Attorneys for a pair of polygamous Utah-Arizona border towns are seeking dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department that claimed officials are violating residents' civil rights.Read More »
An unexpectedly feisty campaign marked by accusations of hypocrisy, broken promises and flip-flopping positions on the emotional issue of immigration draws to a close Tuesday when Arizona voters narrow the field of candidates to replace retiring Republican U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl.Read More »
The U.S. Justice Department has announced that it will monitor primary elections in Arizona's Maricopa County.Read More »
Members of the Arizona Legislature's border security advisory committee want the state to begin building a mile of fencing along the border with Mexico even though it has raised only a fraction of the needed money.Read More »
Ken Cheuvront and his mother, Jean Cheuvront-McDermott, are hoping to go into business together — the politics business.Read More »
A federal judge has turned down a request by state Rep. Ben Arredondo's lawyers for more information about alleged acts forming the basis for corruption charges against the Tempe Democrat.Read More »
An initiative campaign for an Arizona ballot measure on states' rights has failed.Read More »
As the Arizona Department of Health Services approved nearly 100 dispensary application certificates, the battle over whether medical marijuana will be distributed on a large scale in Arizona is far from over.Read More »
At one Phoenix medical center, health care reform means creating an electronic records system to reduce the distressingly high number of patients who die from hospital-acquired infections.Read More »
Once the Aug. 28 primary results are tallied, 29 of Arizona’s 90 legislative races will be decided.
Nine Senate candidates already have a guaranteed seat. Two more Senate seats and 18 House seats will be won after the primary because only candidates from one party are competing, so whoever wins the primary can start measuring their legislative office drapes.