Arizona governor says state will keep welcoming refugees

Gov. Ducey wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo that Arizona has historically been among the most welcoming states for resettling refugees who have been vetted by a host of U.S. agencies long before they enter the United States.

Travelers mull safety amid Arizona-Mexico border violence

Unaccustomed to the kind of violence long seen along some parts of the Texas-Mexico border, those who frequently cross into Mexico from Arizona say they will now think twice about traveling after dark and will confine themselves to busy commercial areas.

Newsmaker Saturday: Doug Ducey

FOX 10's John Hook talks to Arizona Governor Doug Ducey about his second term in office, the state's supreme court, economy, jobs, suicide prevention bill, education, water and the upcoming 2020 election.

Voters make final decisions in Arizona election

PHOENIX (AP) - Voters are making their final decisions in a historic Arizona election. Either Republican Rep. Martha McSally or Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema will become the state's first female U.S. Senator. Their contentious race for a seat being vacated by retiring Senator Jeff Flake has dominated the state's politics.

Teacher walkout to continue into Wednesday

Leaders of the group Arizona Educators United announced Monday that the state's teacher walkout will continue into Wednesday. The decision was announced in a brief statement made on behalf of the AEU's leadership by Dylan Wegela, an administrator of the AEU's closed group page on Facebook.

Arizona teachers rally, schools close for 2nd day

PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona and Colorado teachers plan to don red shirts and descend upon their respective Capitols for a second day in a growing educator uprising. Educators in both states want more classroom resources and have received offers either for increased school funding or pay, but they say the money isn't guaranteed and the efforts don't go far enough. The walkouts are the latest in demonstrations that spread from West Virginia, Oklahoma and Kentucky