The state grand jury has indicted two of the three Cochise County supervisors on charges of conspiracy relating to the 2022 general election.
The state's top Republican lawmakers can't avoid having to answer questions about their backing of legislation making it more difficult to register to vote.
It won't make Arizona into Colorado or Oregon. And whatever happens will take years.
Saying the move is costing him money, the owner of three Tucson restaurants has filed suit to overturn rules designed to give egg-laying hens more room to move and stretch their wings.
They may not be a bargain. But an increasing supply of turkeys this year is driving down the price of the traditional centerpiece of family Thanksgiving dinner.
Arizona is expected to add jobs over the next decade at nearly five times the rate of the rest of the nation -- much of that to help care for the state's growing population of seniors.
A Cochise County Superior Court judge has thrown out a bid by two survivors of family sexual abuse to sue the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and two of its bishops for failing to report to police what they may have known of the incidents.
A Phoenix lawmaker wants to give Arizona Diamondbacks fans an extra hour of alcohol-fueled revelry to celebrate their reaching the World Series.
Upset with what he said are lies being told about his efforts to protect groundwater, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate is lashing out at a veteran House Republican who has for years bottled up various efforts to deal with the problem.
A federal appeals court on Monday tossed out claims by losing 2022 candidates Kari Lake and Mark Finchem that machines used to tabulate votes are so inherently unreliable that they violate their constitutional rights.
Abe Hamadeh has been ordered to pay more than $42,000 in legal fees to Kris Mayes in his unsuccessful effort to convince the Arizona Supreme Court to overturn the results of the attorney general's race.
An attorney for Donald Trump says a bid to keep him off the 2024 Arizona presidential preference ballot should be thrown out because there's not a chance in the world that challenger John Castro could get nominated, much less elected.
The Arizona Republican Party wants to defend the right of Donald Trump to be on the ballot in the state’s 2024 presidential preference election despite claims by another candidate he is disqualified.
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.
A practice used by some, if not all, Arizona counties to verify signatures on early ballots may be illegal.
Hunters in Arizona won't be barred from using lead ammunition even if the bullets left behind can cause the death of other animals.
The state's high court has tossed out a bid to void the results of the entire 2022 election.
Arizona's last Republican governor criticized prosecutors for bringing criminal charges against former President Trump.
Rebuffed in his bid to become secretary of state, Mark Finchem now wants to go back to the Legislature.
Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen late Friday turned down a bid by Abe Hamadeh for a new trial to contest his loss in the attorney general's race.
A group of business, philanthropic and political leaders have given up on the idea of trying to get Arizonans to adopt a system of ranked-choice voting.
It's official: Women in Arizona can now walk into a pharmacy and get birth control pills. Ditto hormonal rings and patches.
She won’t use the word “decriminalization’’ to describe the fact she won’t ever prosecute any doctor who performs abortion.
Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed legislation Tuesday she said could make criminals out of some who aid undocumented migrants.
The system of universal vouchers enacted by Republican lawmakers is going to cost Arizona taxpayers $900 million this coming school year, more than 60% more than what lawmakers put into the budget just a month ago.
Kari Lake will not have to pay court-ordered penalties even though a judge rejected her latest bid to overturn the 2022 gubernatorial election.
A former University of Arizona swimming star said Wednesday anyone born male should not be able to compete in girls' sports, no matter what the age.
The No. 2 Republican in the state senate is telling county election officials they cannot use electronic equipment to cast, record and tabulate ballots unless it is manufactured and assembled in the United States -- something not currently available.
An attorney for Kari Lake is trying to use math to prove his contention that hundreds of thousands of early ballots were counted without the signatures being verified.
State senators approved a $17.8 billion spending plan early Wednesday negotiated between Gov Katie Hobbs and Republican legislative leaders as some Democrats agreed to go along figuring it was the best -- and only -- deal they were likely to get.
A five-point plan by Gov. Katie Hobbs to deal with what happens Friday when Border Patrol loses its ability to immediately deport those who enter this country to seek asylum includes lots of ideas but is short on specifics.
Attorneys for failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake are being fined $2,000 by the Arizona Supreme Court after the justices concluded they lied -- repeatedly -- in one of their claims about why she is entitled to a new election.
Nearly two weeks after vetoing a widely popular bill to expand the sale of home-cooked foods, Gov. Katie Hobbs still won’t say what she wants changed in order to get her to sign a new version.
Three first-term Republican lawmakers filed a complaint Monday accusing Rep. Stephanie Stahl Hamilton of violating House ethics rules with her admitted action of hiding Bibles.
State lawmakers are struggling to find a way to keep minors from accessing Internet porn that's legal, effective -- and politically acceptable.
A judge will hear arguments on May 10 whether to dissolve a court order that keeps an Arizona Capitol Times reporter away from the three homes of Republican state Sen. Wendy Rogers.
It looks like the street corner and parking lot sale of tamales is going to remain illegal, at least for the time being.