The Cottonwood Community Band, under the direction of Dr. Sy Brandon, and assistant conductor Neil Manzenberger, has four concerts planned through the end of 2019.
Anti-discrimination laws do not trump the rights of business owners to refuse to provide services to gays, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Farming, real estate and manufacturing representatives stood and applauded as Army and Environmental Protection Agency officials formally signed documents this week to repeal an Obama-era rule that greatly expanded waters that are subject to federal regulation.
Recent improvements to the Arizona Department of Transportation website mean Motor Vehicle Division customers now have more information about wait times, office operating hours, service changes and other important items available to them online.
U.S. Marshals have released new images of Blane Barksdale and his wife Susan Barksdale, murder suspects who overpowered security guards and escaped from a prison transport last week.
The incoming chief executive of Pinnacle West Capital Corp. refused Wednesday to promise that the company won’t spend money in the future to elect utility regulators of its choosing.
The Sedona Police Department has begun the next phase of ensuring school safety following the Aug. 30 arrest of 19-year-old Thomas Zielinski on charges related to events at Sedona Red Rock Junior-Senior High School, according to a Wednesday news release.
A hearing Wednesday on the turnoff policies of the state's largest electric company is turning into an examination of its use of money to gain political influence, both past and future.
Arizona joined 12 other states this week that asked the Supreme Court to roll back Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a program that they say has caused “irreparable harm” to their states.
When the state’s new universal licensing recognition law took effect last week, the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners was ready.
Yavapai County residents are seeing a concerning increase in HIV-positive cases over the past several months, according to statistics.
A Washington, D.C. organization is challenging the ability of the heads of state agencies in Arizona to discard the conclusions of independent hearing officers.
The Sheridan Fire has increased to 15,689 acres, mostly due to hand and aerial ignitions along the western edge of the fire containment line.
Thursday, just before 11 a.m., a traffic stop along northbound I-17 led to one of the larger unexpected discoveries of methamphetamine in Yavapai County in recent memory.
PHOENIX -- State lawmakers cannot block local governments from mandating that private employers provide workers with even more fringe benefits than required in law, the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled.
Arizona drivers can look ahead to open highways and no scheduled construction closures over Labor Day weekend.
While former colleagues have added McCain’s name to legislation and one Arizona school district plans to name an elementary school for him, other tributes have stalled.
Ducey conceded that the 2016 law, SB 1350, may be being used in ways that were not intended and have been “disruptive.’’ And that, he said, may include the practice of real estate speculators buying up homes in neighborhoods for the sole purpose of turning them into short-term rentals.
Come Tuesday you’ll be able to get your hair shampooed and blow dried by anyone you want.
A new program to raise money for the state Game and Fish Department might better be labeled, “Drink a Beer, Save a Deer.’’
Here is a recap of some wildfires burning in northern Arizona as of Tuesday morning.
The body of a Colorado City man, who had gone underwater Sunday at a Lake Powell marina and not resurfaced, was pulled from the lake Monday.