Rural Arizonans are growing increasingly frustrated with Rep. Gail Griffin’s inaction on groundwater regulation.
Sovereign citizens’ filings flood Pima County, parallel national resurgence of controversial movement
By filing specially formatted paperwork, sovereigns believe they can remove themselves from the system, and they’re increasingly choosing to start the process in Pima County.
The Goldwater Institute filed a special action petition seeking to allow all Arizona voters to weigh in on retention for Arizona Court of Appeals judges, not just those in their jurisdiction, and alleges the current residency-based retention system sows voter disenfranchisement and violates the Arizona Constitution.
More rural counties toyed with the prospect of hand counting ballots in the 2024 election this week, on the urging of two state lawmakers, a handful of board members and constituents with election trust issues.
Grand Canyon West and its Skywalk attraction and helicopter tours are back in business, a day after one person was killed and at least eight others hospitalized after a tour bus rollover in northern Arizona.
Stephanie Pullman died on a sweltering Arizona day after her electricity was cut off because of a $51 debt. Five years later, the 72-year-old's story remains at the heart of efforts to prevent others in Arizona from having their power cut off, leaving them without life-saving air conditioning in temperatures that have topped 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius) on every day this month.
Dozens of community members, tribal leaders and state officials gathered in Flagstaff on Tuesday to show their support for a proposed national monument around the Grand Canyon, saying the designation could protect natural and cultural resources.
A Mohave County judge denied failed attorney general candidate Abe Hamadeh’s motion for a new trial Friday and issued the reasoning behind the decision today, citing a lack of evidence and timeline constraints under laws governing election contests.
In a hearing today on a motion for a new trial, attorneys for Abe Hamadeh, an unsuccessful attorney general candidate, said a Mohave County Superior Court judge “would have ruled differently” in his election contest if they could have presented additional evidence.
Abe Hamadeh is going to get a chance to argue that he's entitled to a new trial in his bid to overturn the results of the election for attorney general.
Mohave County politicians will reshuffle themselves in 2024, including Senate Majority Leader Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu City, and Rep. Leo Biasiucci, R-Lake Havasu City.
An inmate died at an Arizona prison Saturday and authorities said it is being investigated as a homicide.