Hundreds of Arizonans with a type of adjustable-rate mortgages will be eligible for principal reductions and other relief under an agreement with Wells Fargo & Co., Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard announced Wednesday.Read More »
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Arizonans who are registered to vote at a Tempe precinct, work in Glendale and drive their kids elsewhere for school would have more options to cast a ballot under a goal shared by the candidates for secretary of state.Read More »
The mayor of Nogales was arrested Tuesday by FBI agents on multiple charges including bribery, theft, fraud and money laundering, Arizona's attorney general said.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is scheduled to speak at two events in Tucson on Tuesday.Read More »
It’s often said that all budgets are balanced on the day they’re passed, even if they don’t stay that way for long. But gubernatorial hopeful Terry Goddard is accusing Gov. Jan Brewer of failing to meet that old budget maxim.Read More »
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer, trying to turn away a general election challenge by Democratic Attorney General Terry Goddard, has moved to stake out high ground on an issue of concern to many voters: the ailing Arizona economy.Read More »
Terry Goddard isn’t going to get the additional debates he had asked for, and despite several miscues by Gov. Jan Brewer, his one and only showdown with her might not give him the boost he needs to make the race competitive.Read More »
The first debate between Gov. Jan Brewer and Terry Goddard will be their last.
The announcement came one day after Democrats panned her performance in a Clean Elections debate the night before.
Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Terry Goddard had few memorable lines in their first, and perhaps only, debate, but continually posed one memorable question – where’s your plan?Read More »
Tonight's debate between Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Terry Goddard is probably the last time you will see the pair in the same room, much less on the same stage, between now and Election Day.Read More »