A new study suggests there may be 100,000 fewer Hispanics in Arizona than there were before the debate over the state's tough new immigration law earlier this year.Read More »
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Antenori, who many believe was among the senators persuaded to vote for Pearce after he promised to delay acting on any 14th Amendment legislation until 2012, told our reporter today that he and the president-elect have come to an understanding.Read More »
An updated listing of state contracts.Read More »
On Election Night last week, as I was gathered with colleagues watching the returns come in, I was thinking about what would have people talking the next day. The GOP takeover of the U.S. House would be the big headline nationally, but here in Arizona, folks might be buzzing over the Republicans winning a supermajority in the state Legislature.Read More »
Many candidates who spent big and lost big this election cycle were bound by one thread — they’re Democrats.
Indeed, Democrats in several races outraised and outspent their opponents by tens of thousands of dollars while others benefited as much by independent spending aimed at helping their campaigns.
The fate of three close statewide propositions may not be known until next week as Maricopa County elections officials need more time to process early and provisional ballots.Read More »
A lawyer for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is asking a federal judge to forbid the public release of videos of depositions by nine sheriff's officials in a lawsuit that accuses deputies of racially profiling Hispanics in immigration patrols.Read More »
Trial dates have been set for two of the three inmates who escaped from the Kingman state prison and their alleged accomplice.Read More »
Mortgage finance giant Fannie Mae has opened a mortgage help center to help struggling homeowners with loans owned by the company.Read More »
Rep. Steve Montenegro, a Litchfield Park Republican, was named as the next Speaker Pro Tempore on Nov. 10.Read More »