State appeals court rules in case involving acne drug, lupus.
Governor orders end to state crackdown on Lyft and Uber rideshare services.
Proposed law would require school districts to sell vacant campuses to competing charter schools.
Senate panel supports concept of daily school exercise, but not mandatory exercise.
Consumer lawsuits against drug companies had not previously been allowed in Arizona.
The state had pursued drivers for offering rides for pay without meeting mandated legal requirements.
But plan to begin classes after Labor Day gets virtually no support.
New doctors could get relief for practicing where needed.
Bill would be on ballot with legalization move.
Democrats oppose move, say it hurts transparency.
State House panel unanimously approves a ban on cities having police traffic ticket quotas.
Voters should be able to opt out of receiving recorded calls, he says.
A lawmaker wants to give lottery winners 90 days of privacy to resolve security concerns.,
A law designed to protect homeowners from lenders does not apply if house was never built.
State Rep. David Stevens pitches legislation to prohibit ticket quotas.
PHOENIX — Saying “dreamers” are here legally, a federal judge late Thursday permanently blocked Arizona from denying them licenses to drive.
A Mesa lawmaker wants to link hikes in income and inflation to hold taxes down.
Nearly a third of new private-sector jobs are in health field.
Arizona Sen. John Kavanagh: Practice inconveniences drivers “after a hard day’s work.”
Douglas wants teacher pay raises, says children are Common Core "guinea pigs."
Diane Douglas Arizona superintendent of public instruction
Before making her prepared remarks, state schools chief Diane Douglas, left, talked with Janice Palmer of the Arizona School Boards Association.
One proposal requires 60 percent of voters to approve retention.
Governor scraps idea to use donations for disabled vets to fund cemeteries.
One would require judges to receive 60 percent of retention vote.
Ted Vogt, Gov. Doug Ducey's operations chief, says using money donated to help disabled veterans to maintain veterans cemeteries instead is justified.
Governor proposes using $929,000 from disabled veterans assistance to run cemeteries instead.
Cuts to universities total $75 million, including $21.6 million reduction at UA.
Ducey's nearly $9.1 billion spending plan also cuts funding to promote tourism and dips into other state funds.
Last year, 85 dispensaries operated in Arizona.
The new graduation requirement begins with the current crop of sophomores.
But she implores Arizona legislators, districts to resolve funding dispute.
Tampoco explicó qué sucede cuando las escuelas públicas vuelven a obtener los fondos estatales que se les habían negado.
Schools said they're owed $1.3B in inflation funding.
Students would have to answer 60 of 100 questions correctly for diploma.
New Gov. Doug Ducey calls for schools upgrade, but short on specifics of how to do that in first official speech.
Watch debates, even start a discussion at the Capitol.
New governor gives first address, saying parents, students need more choices.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry wants the state to create a “world-class education system” and have a balanced state budget.
New governor wants to make education a priority, put halt on jobs.
New Gov. Doug Ducey wants to expand school choice options for students.
Backer pulls measure to put the state on daylight saving time.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s top Senate Republican accused Democrats Friday of hampering the state’s recovery by complaining about its public education system.
He's guest at Red Mass ushering in new legislative session.
Mesa lawmaker wants to prohibit spending welfare money at some eateries.
Case could hinge on who had idea to reject them permits
Lovas says being three hours behind East is bad for business.
El entonces superintendente estatal de educación, John Huppenthal, rompió en llanto al final de la conferencia de prensa en la que admitió y repudió haber llamado “lazy pigs’ (cerdos perezosos) a quienes reciben asistencia social, así como haber despotricado contra quienes hablan español.(Ca…
A Republican lawmaker from Peoria wants to make it harder to approve state constitutional amendments.
A host of state officials was sworn in Monday.