Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation calling for an external audit of Arizona’s beleaguered Child Protective Services, but called for the issue to be a part of discussion in an upcoming special session focusing on child safety.Read More »
A Tucson firm is hoping to launch thrill-seekers toward the edge of space — or maybe somewhere close to that — from Arizona. The company’s effort was boosted this week by a bill approved by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Jan Brewer.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed another gun bill today, nixing a measure that would create a new crime for people who take away another person’s firearm.Read More »
Optometrists want the ability to prescribe steroids, hydrocodone pain killers and other potentially dangerous drugs, but lawmakers say a bill allowing them to do so is circumventing the legislative process and would put the public at risk.Read More »
A small group of child welfare workers made a "dysfunctional" decision to set aside child abuse calls to soften their workload and then tried to hide it.Read More »
A new exhibit featuring digital technology to tell parts of Arizona's history will be on display at the Arizona Capitol Museum starting Saturday.Read More »
As a primary field becomes more crowded, the portion of votes needed to win the nomination becomes smaller and smaller. With as many as seven or eight Republican gubernatorial candidates on the ballot this year, any advantage can help lead to a win.
For some, the advantage may be geography.
Senate President Andy Biggs said his chamber may not accept the changes to the budget made late Thursday by the House.Read More »
Patrick Maloney gunned down his mother and step-father in a hotel on Van Buren Street in Phoenix four days before his 16th birthday. Gov. Jan Brewer handed him his freedom after 49 years in prison, and she won’t say why.Read More »
Patrick Maloney was in the early stages of appealing a court ruling that prevented him from a chance at parole when Gov. Jan Brewer decided to reduce his life sentence.Read More »