Hayden bust stolen from Capitol grounds
The bust of longtime U.S. Sen. Carl Hayden outside the Arizona Capitol has been stolen.
Arizona picks senators, military for Trump’s heroes garden
A Native American U.S. Marine immortalized for helping raise the American flag over Iwo Jima during World War II. Two Arizona senators who were Republican nominees for president. The first female justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
CAP celebrates 50 years since landmark legislation
As the Central Arizona Project celebrates the 50th anniversary of the federal act that authorized the massive water project, Arizona is still locked in complicated conversations about how the state will move forward on water issues.
The Washington Connection: Four Arizonans figure big on Capitol Hill
Since statehood, the Arizona-Washington D.C. political connection has been unbelievably strong and uncharacteristically influential, especially for a state with a relatively small, though growing population.
The Dons and Doñas
Barry Goldwater, Carl Hayden and Ernest McFarland were members. So was President Harry S. Truman. Members of this group, the “Dons of Arizona,” are dedicated to exploring and preserving the history, legends and lore of Arizona and the Southwest.
O’Connor: Arizona’s ‘great statesmen’ a model for handling today’s challenges
As they address the state's daunting challenges, leaders should follow the example of "great statesmen" who built Arizona by valuing cooperation, collaboration and compromise, former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said Oct. 9.