More pro-choice demonstrations took place on July 1 at the Arizona State Capitol, one week after the Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling.
Officials with the Democratic Party in one southern Arizona county are dealing with controversies surrounding a tweet promoting a 4th of July protest that featured foul language.
Simone Biles, Denzel Washington, Gabrielle Giffords and Megan Rapinoe are also on the list of honorees.
In addition to the $335 million fencing appropriation, the Arizona budget’s border funding contains $209 million in funding for border-related enforcement.
Arizona State Senate President Karen Fann and State Senator Kelly Townsend have become the latest people to be subpoenaed by the FBI.
A televised debate scheduled for those running for the democratic nomination for Arizona governor in the 2022 election will only feature one candidate, according to officials with the Arizona State University, which owns the television station that is scheduled to air the debate.
Arizona is one of four states that are targeted by California's decision to ban state-funded travels over laws that are seen as targeting transgender citizens. FOX 10's Bailey Miller has more on reactions from Arizona leaders and political analysts.
Abortion, under most circumstances, are now illegal in Arizona, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Here's what you should know about a law that some believe dates back to a time when Arizona was not even a state.
The clock is ticking for those who plan to vote in the 2022 Arizona primary, but have yet to register as a voter.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Thursday state-funded travel to Arizona, Indiana, Utah and Louisiana will be restricted as a result of recently passed anti-transgender legislation in those states.
The candidates battled it out as moderator Ted Simons guided them through topics like border security, education, election integrity, the recent state budget, and the latest abortion decision.
Salmon dropped out after determining he had no chance of pulling out a victory in the GOP primary and said he did not want to drain votes from Robson.
Abortion rights supporters launched a bid to give residents in Arizona a chance to vote on whether the right to abortion should be legal in the state. Backers need to have enough signatures by July 7 to get it on the ballot.
Matt Salmon's second attempt to become Arizona's governor has come to an end, according to an announcement from his campaign.
Thousands of protesters had gathered earlier on the Capitol grounds in Phoenix, divided into groups both supporting and condemning the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority will now be a standalone agency with oversight from a new board and some from the Arizona Legislature.
Governor Doug Ducey released a statement overnight praising lawmakers' work in passing a bipartisan budget agreement, as well as investing in education, public safety and infrastructure.
The ruling on a case known as Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization sets in motion a series of events that will likely lead to abortion being banned or severely restricted in roughly half of the 50 states.
Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords plans to refocus on making tougher federal background checks a reality through her Gun Owners for Safety coalition. The bill the Senate approved would only strengthen background checks for buyers age 18 to 20.
Waiting in the wings for Friday’s expected last day of the session was one of the most contentious bills of the year, a massive expansion of the state’s private school voucher system that passed the House on Wednesday