The news that a judge granted a restraining order against Arizona Capitol Times journalist Camryn Sanchez for investigating Sen. Wendy Rogers’ residency was alarming to us at Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF). It should concern all Americans who value the First Amendment.
BridgeTower Media has named Gary Grado as interim editor of the Arizona Capitol Times.
The Arizona Capitol Times reporting staff took home 10 writing awards in the 2020 Arizona Press Club contest, including two first-place winners.
On a few occasions in my stint as Managing Editor of the Capitol Times, I’ve gone home on Thursdays – the day we put the print edition to bed – worried that a change in circumstances will render one of our stories irrelevant. That came true Thursday in a big way, and it was too late to stop the presses.
Arizona kicked off the holiday weekend with a fight with Nike that put the governor in the national spotlight. Was that the intent all along, and what might that signal for Gov. Doug Ducey’s future plans?
Affordable housing advocates scored a win this legislative session after lawmakers voted to reverse a decade-long trend of capping the state Housing Trust Fund’s budget.
The 2019 legislative session is finally behind us. Or is it?
How exactly do you work with someone you believe has betrayed you? That’s a question some lawmakers are asking themselves about the state’s county prosecutors after what some saw as an 11th hour reversal on criminal justice reform measures.
Sine die watch is finally over after the Senate approved an $11.8 billion budget on Memorial Day
Today’s the day lawmakers in both the House and the Senate hope to introduce budget proposals, but don’t hold your breath for sine die just yet.
State lawmakers tried to expand protections for firefighters two years ago, but the law does not seem to be working as expected.
Budget season is upon us! Preliminary documents were released to our team last week, and lawmakers have some thoughts.