Court rejects Burns’ bid to unearth APS campaign spending
State utility regulators have no legal right to investigate their colleagues to determine if they are biased, a judge has ruled.
Supreme Court upholds ruling to allow energy measure to go to ballot
Arizonans are going to get a chance to decide whether they want to require utilities in the state to produce more of their power from renewable sources.
Judge rules clean energy measure to stay on ballot
A judge this morning rejected attempts by Arizona Public Service to keep a renewable energy measure off the November ballot.
Utility files suit to halt renewable energy ballot measure
The parent company of the state's largest electric utility filed suit Thursday in a bid to block voters from deciding if they want to impose new renewable energy mandates on power companies.
Burns, APS argue to judge over opening utility’s books
The question of whether utility regulator Bob Burns gets to grill the top executive at Arizona Public Service and review the company's political spending could turn on what a judge decides is the meaning of the word "and.''
Judge insists he can decide extent of commissioner’s powers
In an extensive ruling Monday, Judge Daniel Kiley rejected arguments by Arizona Public Service that he is legally powerless to intercede in what the company contends is a dispute among Arizona Corporation Commissioners.