The state’s Attorney General Kris Mayes issued a report Sept. 20 finding a recent Phoenix ordinance authorizing the donation of unclaimed firearms to Ukraine is unlawful, despite “commendable” intent from the city.
Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs said neither she -- nor any other state official -- has the unilateral right to keep Donald Trump off the ballot for the state's presidential preference primary based on the 14th Amendment.
The town of Prescott Valley adopted a policy that is not strictly legal: requiring all types of housing developments to provide proof their projects will have water.
Cactus League president says Arizona communities need to invest in stadiums used by major league teams
The president of the Cactus League said Friday that Arizona communities need to continue to invest in the stadiums used by the major league teams that practice and play there.
Arizona Helping Hands kicked off its back-to-school season Thursday by opening a mobile unit that will distribute backpacks to foster children and provide services to foster families throughout the state.
The city of Prescott and the neighboring town of Yarnell are expected to honor the fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots today with public events. Lew Theokas, who lost his grandson, 27-year-old Garret Zuppiger, said it's still tough for him to talk about the Yarnell Hill Fire a decade later.
The State Treasurer’s Office has agreed not to release any of the $15.3 million budget appropriation to the Prescott Frontier Days, the nonprofit running the “World’s Oldest Rodeo,” until the resolution of a lawsuit brought by two Prescott residents and the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest today.
To the members of the Arizona Legislature and the governor – we ask for your leadership on water for the State of Arizona, for all our communities.
That bumper crop of flowers and grasses from all that rain are going to turn from beautiful to deadly this coming wildfire season.
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that all cases currently assigned to a Yavapai County Superior Court judge recently arrested on suspicion of extreme DUI will be reassigned to other judges.
State senators voted Tuesday to ask voters to eliminate the ability of cities to have their own charters -- but only after its sponsor promised to narrow it to affect only Tucson and Phoenix and, pretty soon, Mesa.
State senators voted Monday to let voters across Arizona decide how Tucson residents get to elect members of their city council.