The top elected Republican in Arizona is refusing to recognize the "executive deputy directors'' named by Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs.
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is moving to ensure the next time you see a political commercial you won't have to guess who really is paying for it.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told a judge Thursday he should reject a bid by failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake to get access to signatures on early ballot envelopes.
Two federal lawsuits filed over former Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's decision last year to place thousands of shipping containers along the U.S.-Mexico border have been dismissed after the state said it would pay the U.S. Forest Service $2.1 million to repair environmental damage.
Federal officials Tuesday approved an updated COVID-19 vaccine for use by anyone age 6 months or older, and health officials are urging people to get the shot amid a fall surge in cases.
Tragedy again struck Grand Canyon National Park Saturday, Sept. 9, when a rim-to-rim hiker died in the heat.
First lady Jill Biden’s positive COVID-19 test this weekend was the latest, and most high-profile, reminder that cases are once again on the rise in the U.S. and in Arizona, where new infections per week have more than doubled since early July.
Hunters in Arizona won't be barred from using lead ammunition even if the bullets left behind can cause the death of other animals.
Arizona is channeling $40 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding toward tutoring students falling behind in school, the state superintendent said Tuesday.
A man has been arrested after allowing his 10-year-old son to drive a pickup truck on an urban freeway, authorities said Sunday.
A group focused on shedding more light on the trouble legacy of boarding schools where Indigenous children were stripped of their culture and language as part of assimilation efforts released a new interactive map that includes dozens of additional schools in the U.S. and Canada.
The Maricopa County Republican Committee wants the state GOP to cancel Arizona's normal presidential preference election and instead hold its own vote -- one that would not include any mail-in balloting and would require anyone who wants to vote to show up and vote in-person on Election Day.
Grand Canyon National Park officials warned that E. coli bacteria was detected Friday in the water supply close to Phantom Ranch, the only lodging at the bottom of the canyon.
The state's high court has tossed out a bid to void the results of the entire 2022 election.
Against the background hum of the convention center, Dar Leaf settled into a club chair to explain the sacred mission of America’s sheriffs, his bright blue eyes and warm smile belying the intensity of the cause.
Arizona's last Republican governor criticized prosecutors for bringing criminal charges against former President Trump.
Federal officials this week are expected to ease water cuts for 2024 under a slightly improved outlook for the Colorado River's health, though long-term challenges remain.
A museum in New Mexico to honor the Navajo Code Talkers is about $40 million shy of becoming a reality, according to organizers.
A 13-year-old North Dakota boy has survived a fall of nearly 100 feet at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon during a family trip.
More than 50 years since it was listed as endangered, Arizona’s state fish is looking in much better shape.
As Democratic President Joe Biden was making a low pass over the Grand Canyon in Air Force One on Monday evening, Republican foes of his plan to designate nearly 1 million acres near the canyon as a national monument were blasting his decision as a federal land grab that will hurt the region's ranchers, miners and tax base.
Declaring it good "not only for Arizona but for the planet," President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed a national monument designation for the greater Grand Canyon, turning the decades-long visions of Native American tribes and environmentalists into reality.
After recording the warmest monthly average temperature for any U.S. city ever in July, Phoenix climbed back up to dangerously high temperatures Wednesday. That could mean trouble not just for people but for some plants, too.
One person was killed in a tour bus rollover involving over 50 people Tuesday in northern Arizona near the Grand Canyon West Skywalk, authorities said.