Dependable Auto Inc., 723 E. 22nd St., was sued by the state for consumer fraud.
Democratic Party, which won lawsuit that ruled measure illegal, wants ban removed immediately.
Juul Labs and Eonsmoke exploited a 'generation of youth,' he said in announcing lawsuits.
Took $85,000 from more than a dozen Tucson customers, Arizona Attorney General says.
They were indicted by a state grand jury on charges of theft, conspiracy and fraudulent schemes.
Legal filings says Arizona's lawsuit against pharmaceutical company to be decided in bankruptcy court, not U.S. Supreme Court.
Judges did not address contention that deal was unfair to consumers.
Businesses targeted responsible for more than 1 billion robocalls nationally, officials say.
AG's office said machines were games of chance, which are illegal in Arizona outside of casinos.
The former manager, Tyler Jeffrey Buntrock, has been accused of receiving money from JTED parents and students, recording the money in the district’s accounting system and depositing that money at the bank, a press release from Attorney General Mark Brnovich said.
Arizona is one of the last of the 94 districts nationwide to see a nomination for U.S. attorney, Senate records show.
Used his inaugural speech to point to issue where he differs from governor.
A Phoenix-area man who raised an estimated $150,000 for Tucson foster children, then left town without helping them, did not act alone.
A $451,000 judgment was secured against a Texas-based travel group that canceled Cienega High School’s graduation trip to Disneyland without n…
State-licensed dispensaries sell hashish and other products and edibles made with marijuana extracts.
Gov. Doug Ducey said he's open to the idea of reforms but doesn't have specific suggestions.
Seniors from Cienega High School in Vail paid more than $34,000 to the company and received nothing in return.
Includes payments up to $1,000 to each of about 10,000 Arizonans who bought or leased VW, Audi and Porsche vehicles from 2008 through 2015.
Tuition, mandatory fees at the University of Arizona are up 370 percent.
Mark Brnovich acknowledges the Trump administration decision could make the issue moot.
Fringe benefits could include paid maternity leave, vacation time, employer-subsidized insurance.
State's top prosecutor wants to criminalize medical marijuana possession on college campuses.
Gustavo Nuñez is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 7, 2017.
State seeking to withhold revenue over city destroying seized firearms.
The former attorney general could face legal problems from a third investigation from same campaign.