After declaring an emergency in response to a surge in migrants and illegal border crossings, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey visited a portion of the Arizona-Mexico Border in Yuma County.
By the order of an emergency declaration, up to 250 Arizona National Guard members will be deployed to the US-Mexico border in an effort to assist with several operations relating to illegal immigration into the US.
Political leaders and other organizations in Arizona are speaking out after ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the 2020 death of George Floyd.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed legislation that would have made the state’s sex education laws some of the strictest in the nation when it comes to teaching about LGBTQ issues.
According to the order, state agencies, counties, cities, and towns cannot issue a measure requiring residents to provide documentation of their COVID-19 vaccination status to enter a business, building, or area in order to receive a government service, permit, or license
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill into law that will limit mask mandates, and health experts say this will cause issues down the line in the health care industry.
Advocates of a now-signed bill that allows Arizona businesses to ignore mask mandates say business owners should be allowed to decide for themselves whether to require their customers to follow public health orders issued by cities and counties.
As adjutant general of the Arizona Guard, Kerry Muehlenbeck will lead 8,300 guard members and civilian employees of the Department of Emergency and Military Affairs.
Governor Doug Ducey announced that General Kari Muehlenbeck will replace Major General Michael T. McGuire as director of the Arizona Dept. of Emergency and Military Affairs.
Governor Doug Ducey has signed legislation that backers say will ensure that the rights of gun owners are protected from what they claim is the potential for overreach by President Joe Biden’s administration.
Officials with the City of Phoenix say the city's mask mandate, which was instituted in June of 2020, will remain in place despite an order by Gov. Doug Ducey that cities, towns and counties must now lift such mandates.
Restrictions at city of Phoenix parks are turning political as the governor and mayor are at odds over what should re-open and tempers are flaring. FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.
In a letter sent to the mayor, Ducey said that the city of Phoenix's Easter weekend restrictions violated his executive orders and demanded the city reopen the lots.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to fall in Arizona, Governor Doug Ducey announced further easing of COVID-related restrictions on April 1.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced on March 31 a staffing surge, along with other operational changes, in order to meet the high demand for COVID-19 vaccination across the state.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is blaming President Joe Biden's administration for a surge in migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border. Meanwhile, there's growing calls for the administration to be more transparent about what's happening along the southern border.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was met with reporters on Wednesday eager to ask questions about topics unrelated to what the actual event was about in Pinal County.
Local authorities maintain Ducey has no power to block them from taking steps to protect health in their communities. The mayors have Flagstaff and Tucson have also defied Ducey and maintained their mask mandates.
Under Senate Bill 1802, the new holiday will fall on August 14 each year. If it falls on a day other than Sunday, it will be observed on the Sunday following August 14.
Following Gov. Ducey's announcement that COVID-related restrictions will be lifted, some medical experts say now is too early to do such a thing. Meanwhile, businesses are reacting to Gov. Ducey's decision.