Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne says people considering how to help with the earthquake relief effort in Japan should be wary of scam artists soliciting donations.Read More »
No doubt to his dismay, former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas is shining a high-beam light on Arizona’s new system of disciplining attorneys.
The system, which took effect Jan. 1, eliminated steps from the process and added more laymen to the decision-making, and is so new that Thomas is only the second lawyer to be strapped with a complaint.
A major payday lender has agreed to pay as much as $170,000 to settle a consumer fraud lawsuit filed by the Arizona Attorney General in 2009.Read More »
Big jumps in test scores among groups of students at 93 Arizona schools should have prompted education officials to question if educators were violating testing rules.Read More »
A state senator wants to keep electronic cigarettes out of kids’ hands by making it a petty offense for merchants to sell them to minors and for minors to buy them.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer on Thursday approved a $470,322 check for Arizona’s defense of SB 1070.Read More »
At a time when one-in-eight students in Arizona qualify for English language services, the state has made controversial and — according to the federal government – possibly unlawful changes to its language education program.Read More »
The Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector is the “last stand” for groups smuggling drugs and people into the U.S., but law enforcement agencies are finding ways to work more effectively and strategically to gain control of the area, the agency’s chief said Wednesday.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Tom Horne on Thursday went on offense against the federal government, filing a counterclaim in the feds’ lawsuit against Arizona’s landmark illegal-immigration law.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Tom Horne plan to make an announcement Thursday about the state's efforts to defend its controversial immigration enforcement law.Read More »