AZ asks Congress to pay for border fentanyl scanners

Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes sent a letter to lawmakers on Capitol Hills requesting they approve funding for scanners that detect fentanyl. Mayes says more than half of all fentanyl seized in the United States was confiscated in Arizona.

The Sober Truth: Inside Arizona’s Medicaid scandal

In this FOX 10 Special report, The Sober Truth, FOX 10 Investigator Justin Lum takes a deep dive into the sober living crisis plaguing the state. Vulnerable people are dying, going missing, and are being taken advantage of by fraudulent providers profiting off the state.

Arizona AG seeks public opinion on proposed Albertsons, Kroger merger

Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes is holding more listening sessions to hear public opinion on the proposed merger between Albertsons and Kroger. The April 11 session will be held at 5 p.m. at the Southwest Mountain States Carpenter's Union Hall near 34th Avenue and McDowell Road.

Arizona AG Mayes sues to stop Cochise County election switch

“While counties may appropriately enter into cooperative agreements with their recorders to manage elections, Cochise County’s agreement steps far over the legal line," Mayes said in a news release announcing the lawsuit.

Retired judge picked to review Arizona’s execution process

A retired federal magistrate judge was appointed to review the execution process in Arizona as part of an examination ordered by Gov. Katie Hobbs of procurement of lethal injection drugs and other death penalty protocols due to the state’s history of mismanaging executions.

Arizona AG: No evidence of widespread voter fraud found in 2020 election

Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes released more documents related to the investigations into the 2020 general election, including three documents from former Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Mayes' office says agents and staff spent hours looking at any possible irregularities, however, no they found no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Mayes' report says there were a few instances of voter fraud submitted to prosecutors, but it was nothing out of the ordinary from other elections.