Maricopa County supervisors and state senators head back to court Thursday as they continue to fight over what kind of audit of the election is necessary -- and who has the power to do it.
Facing some blistering criticism and the possibility of harming Republican reelection efforts, a Southern Arizona lawmaker has pulled the plug on a proposal to let the legislature override the choice of voters for president.
Residents of the state's two largest counties could find themselves with more people to call when something goes wrong.
Arizonans who find themselves out of work through no fault of their own could get their first increase in benefits in 17 years.
Arizona's community colleges may have the best chance ever of finally being able to offer four-year degrees to their students.
State lawmakers are moving to insert themselves into the battle between developers of phone apps and tech giants Apple and Google.
The U.S. Supreme Court has tossed another of the challenges to the Arizona election returns.
Nearly a year of isolation and widespread closures has harmed the mental and physical health of many Americans.
A House committee has passed a Republican-sponsored bill that would allow Arizona business owners to decide whether to enforce mask mandates for employees and customers — a move supporters say promotes freedom and critics call a threat to health and safety.
Public education advocates and leaders of the Arizona School Boards Association’s Black Alliance and Hispanic-Native American Indian Caucus gathered at the Arizona State Capitol Thursday to protest a proposed voucher expansion initiative that they say would further defund public schools.
Lupe Solis’ prayers were answered when she received her second dose of COVID-19 vaccine recently at the State Farm Stadium mass vaccination site in Glendale.
The chair of the House Ethics Committee won't pursue a complaint by Rep. Mark Finchem against Democrat lawmakers.
State health officials on Friday doled out $100 million in federal funds to the state's counties to help boost local testing for COVID-19.
State lawmakers are starting to pick apart the gaming deal that Gov. Doug Ducey wants them to rubber stamp.
The way Rep. John Fillmore sees it, young children need to hear and say the Pledge of Allegiance every morning at school.
Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday he wants some answers from the federal government on how the decision to again process asylum seekers will affect Arizona.
Republican lawmakers are moving to ask voters to throw another hurdle into their own ability to enact laws when legislators won't act -- one that apparently does not exist anywhere else in the country.
Saying parents need more control, a Senate panel voted late Tuesday to change sex education in Arizona schools into an opt-in only situation and outlaw any form of it outright before the fifth grade.
Republican senators gave the go-ahead Monday for what could be a huge expansion in the use of tax dollars to send children to private and parochial schools.
A Senate panel took the first steps Tuesday toward reversing a policy that denies in-state tuition to "dreamers'' at state universities and community colleges.
Gov. Doug Ducey is apparently off the legal hook over comments he made in a phone call from his office to business owners and managers, urging that they try to defeat Proposition 208.
Arizona’s senators joined all Democrats and a handful of Republicans Saturday in an unsuccessful attempt to convict former President Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment of the same president.
Arizona delivered its 1 millionth COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday, a milestone that came just two months after the first doses were administered and “thrilled” state officials.