AZ treasurer Kimberly Yee acting as governor

Arizona's treasurer Kimberly Yee posted on social media that she's currently acting as the state's governor. in a post on X, Yee said Wednesday that she would be acting as governor until Thursday morning. The reason for Katie Hobbs' absence is unknown.

Hobbs withdraws nominees for state agency directors

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs withdrew 13 nominees for state agency directors, blaming what she calls a "political circus." Hobbs sent a letter to Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen, saying the Senate Committee on Director Nominations has been used by Republicans to pursue their "radical political agenda."

Grand Canyon to stay open if government shuts down

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs says the state is prepared to keep the Grand Canyon open as a federal government shutdown looms. Funding from the Arizona Lottery would make it possible to keep the Grand Canyon open. Hobbs says keeping the Grand Canyon open will guarantee Arizonans working in the park, and the thousands who depend on the tourist activity it generates are not affected by political gridlock.

Rio Verde: AZ Gov. Hobbs signs water bill

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs held an official signing ceremony on Aug. 22 for a bill that aims to provide at least a temporary solution to a water crisis that has plagued residents in the Rio Verde Foothills for months. FOX 10's Marc Martinez reports.

Gov. Hobbs talks economy at computer chip plant

Governor Katie Hobbs spoke on the state's economy at a TSMC computer chip plant that is under construction. Hobbs announced stricter safety measures to keep workers safe and spoke on a workforce accelerator program through local colleges. Hobbs' visits came after TSMC announced the delay of the opening of their Phoenix facility until 2025 due to a lack of skilled workers.