Pending law requires notice to women that it might be possible to reverse a medical abortion.
Money has helped pay for expansion of state's insurance for poor residents.
Use is limited to palliative care for traumatic stress sufferers.
There was not a single area where Arizona scored above the national average.
Prosecutors said a Bullhead City woman voted in both Colorado and Arizona.
Does make Tohono O'odham turn over some documents.
Letter to telephone companies about annoying calls signed by 45 attorneys general.
Appeals court decision may pave way for a trash-burning power plant near Surprise.
Panel can't force disclosure of such election funding sources, he says.
Suit could take years to settle. Taxes must be collected starting now.
Appeals court split on whether smelling marijuana is enough to seek search warrant.
Pinal County sued over sheriff's confiscation of woman's truck.
Those working outside military installations directed to carry firearms.
Fearing a repeat of what happened in Chattanooga, Tenn., Gov. Doug Ducey this afternoon directed that more than 200 members of the Arizona National Guard be armed.
Group wants authorities to get court orders to take property in criminal cases.
Investigators retrieve cellphone in hunt for evidence of alleged campaign collusion.
More evidence now required for police after legalization of medical marijuana.
Wants probe into riot at private facility, but won't change request for more beds.
Unusual ruling says tire maker must disclose that it withheld data in all future lawsuits.
Caroline Isaacs of the American Friends Service Committee is part of a coalition asking the state to cancel plans to spend about $24 million to bring the first private prison beds online.
Phoenix police reject request by commission's executive director.
“Does it come down to racism?” he asks Arizona assistant attorney general.
Bid by education chief to have ability to hire, fire board employees is rejected.
Dispute centers around what agencies can charge for endeavors they deem for-profit.
Judge says the court not in a position to second-guess the board's decision to move into its own offices.
Formal announcement will require her resignation from Legislature.
Regulators, however, can decide whether to use it.
Commissioner says nothing untoward would be found in his deleted messages, regardless.
The deadly wreck occurred northwest of Tucson on Interstate 10.
The Attorney General's Office has agreed to stop fighting a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Wreck occurred northwest of Tucson on Interstate 10.
The issue comes up regularly, when governors leave the state.
But beef prices are finally dropping, quarterly food price survey in Arizona shows.
It seeks to make it easier for kids to live with non-Indians.
Citing statements of lawmakers, judge says discriminatory reasons may have driven statute.
The Goldwater Institute filed on behalf of two children placed with non-Indian parents.
Anthony Espinoza who chairs group that wants to recall Diane Douglas says he's in no rush to start the effort.
Arizona lawmakers approved 324 measures.
The tribe hopes to open facility in Glendale by the end of the year.
Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says the county cannot afford to lose $18.4 million.
Need warrant or owner's consent if person is not arrested.
State health director said no doctor has been disciplined for breaking law.
Ultimate decision will affect community colleges and state universities.
Challengers say legislative districts were drawn to give Democrats an unfair advantage.
State had no legal authority to bar that, attorney general concedes.
Court rejects Scottsdale's argument that access to sidewalks is a strictly local issue for local control.
The case centers on whether an independent commission erred in creating 30 districts with big population differences.
The justices, however, did not dispute that other drugs may be preferable to midazolam
Each get $50,000; some to use funds to create wildland fire watchdog group.
The ruling puts to rest efforts to enforce a 2004 voter-approved measure mandating such proof.