Republicans settle lawsuit over vote counting
Residents in all of the state's 15 counties are going to get another few days to fix problems with their early ballots to ensure their votes are counted.
State Supreme Court rules search in Cochise County without warrant legal
Waiting until you're on your own property before pulling over for police won't save you from having you or your vehicle legally searched.
Surrogate parents for students with special needs lacking statewide
More volunteers are being sought to advocate for students with special education needs who have no one in their lives to see that those needs are being met.
Foster child who suffered horrific ordeal sues state
The court-appointed guardian of a 6-year-old foster child is suing two state agencies, several adoption entities and two sets of foster and adoptive parents, claiming the child suffered a horrific ordeal while in foster care.
Attorney general makes appointment in campaign finance case
Attorney General Mark Brnovich has appointed a county prosecutor to review a finding that found his predecessor violated campaign finance laws during the 2010 campaign.
In slap to lawmakers, Ducey vetoes ‘bad’ water bills
Gov. Doug Ducey today vetoed two measures that could ease water-supply requirement for developers.
Ducey faces water policy dilemma in Cochise County case
The fate of new development in Cochise County cities could depend on how Gov. Doug Ducey feels about creating exceptions to existing water supply laws.
Arizona’s mining camps were full of immigrants. The 1882 Great Register of Cochise County listed residents born in Algiers, Argentina, Australia, Azores, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Finland French Guinea, Greece, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia and Spain. There was even one resident born at sea.
Court: Arizona probationers can’t be barred from medical pot
Arizonans with medical marijuana cards cannot be barred from using the drug while on probation, the state Supreme Court concluded Tuesday in a ruling that will have ripple effects across the state.
State Supreme Court rules in favor of medical marijuana users
Arizona government officials are barred from taking any actions that disallow medical marijuana patients from taking their medicine, even as a term of probation, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled April 7.
2nd District machine recount of 220,000 votes done
Cochise and Pima counties have finished recounts of nearly 220,000 votes cast in the too-close-to-call race between Democratic Rep. Ron Barber and Republican Martha McSally.
Court to review ruling on pot use probation ban
The Arizona Supreme Court plans to review a lower court's ruling that judges can't order people on probation to not use medical marijuana.