If a disaster of Armageddon-like proportions strikes Arizona, state lawmakers want residents to be prepared, and they want the government to dole out advice on the best way to be ready.Read More »
Rep. Sonny Borrelli is hoping to circumvent an obstructive committee chairman with a new plan to swe...
The House has given initial approval to a measure that would block voter-outreach groups from collec...
Republican lawmakers looking to increase Arizona's say in national elections have passed a measure t...
A state Senate committee voted 5 to 2 Thursday for a bill that Superintendent of Public Instruction ...
A jubilant Senate claimed victory on a historic public safety pension overhaul on Thursday, passing ...
Republican lawmakers want stiffer penalties for Arizona cities that skirt federal immigration laws a...
Flanked by Senate President Andy Biggs, local officials and a coalition of various public safety gro...
More than 140 people are expected to go green at the Arizona State Capitol. Conservationists and other environmental advocates representing 24 different legislative districts plan to meet with lawmakers Tuesday for Environmental Day.Read More »
Dozens of Arizona legislators are co-sponsoring a bill to establish a state memorial park to honor the 19 firefighters killed in last summer's Yarnell Hill Fire.Read More »
Arizona legislators will vote on a bill that would expand a state program that allows students to pay for a private education using public funds.Read More »
A senator who has come under fire for filing a campaign finance report that showed he paid himself nearly $20,000 in 2013 for fuel and mileage costs has filed a new report that cuts the total nearly in half.Read More »
A bill that provides more money for longer school years was supported almost unanimously in the House Education Committee on Feb. 10, but faces a tough road to final passage.Read More »
The attempt to repeal last year’s big election law has taken up much of the spotlight so far this session, but it’s far from the only election issue lawmakers are tackling before they hit the campaign trail this year.Read More »
After opponents of last year’s election reform legislation gathered enough signatures to allow voters to uphold or strike down the law in the 2014 election, Republican lawmakers who approved the law said they got the message.Read More »
Both parties have proposals to change Arizona's election laws.Read More »
When Mary Black, an 86-year-old woman with dementia, drove away from her St. David home with no money, water or food, a system similar to the Amber Alerts for abducted children may have alerted officials to her whereabouts, Cochise County Sheriff Mark J. Dannels says.Read More »