May 13, 2015

State pays last $44 million on loan covering recession-era unemployment benefits

The state has finally paid off the last of the money it had to borrow to pay unemployment benefits to workers during the recession.

Feb 25, 2015

Authorities investigating alleged threats to Diane Douglas, Leah Landrum Taylor

Police are investigating threats made against the state schools chief and the former Senate minority leader, according to Arizona Department of Education Chief of Staff Michael Bradley.

Dec 1, 2014

Brewer continues efforts to deny drivers licenses to Dreamers

With barely a month left in office, Gov. Jan Brewer is making a last-ditch effort to keep driver’s licenses out of the hands of dreamers.

Nov 10, 2014

No love lost: Incoming schools chief has little good to say about other educators

The people who Diane Douglas said are from the “ivory towers” are eager to meet with her and find out the rest of her ideas besides repealing Common Core.

Jul 2, 2014

Dolan Company, parent to ‘Arizona Capitol Times’, appoints new CEO

The parent company of the Arizona Capitol Times announced June 30 that it has appointed a new CEO.