Maricopa County board members have reached an agreement with the GOP-controlled state Senate to end a standoff over demands that they hand over computer routers for use in a controversial election audit.
Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel said she will return to the office on Sept. 20, after receiving treatment out of state for issues related to anxiety and alcohol use.
Rather than bringing them to the homeland, the United States should help Afghans who assisted in the war to flee the Taliban and resettle in the Middle East, Lamon told The Associated Press Wednesday evening.
Maricopa County's Recorder is asking Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate, after voter registration records were posted online.
The long-delayed review of 2020 election results in the state’s most populous county will be released next week, according to a lawyer representing the GOP-controlled state senate.
An Arizona State House member has been selected to fill a vacancy that was created by the resignation of Tony Navarrete, after he was arrested on suspicion of child molestation.
Arizona's Supreme Court has issued a ruling that rejected efforts by the Arizona State Senate to keep records of its ongoing review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County that are in possession of contractors secret.
Carl Hayden served in the U.S. Senate for more than 40 years and died in 1972.
The grid maps for the state’s nine congressional and 30 legislative districts differ greatly from the state’s current map. They are also nothing like what the final new maps will outline, officials say.
Trump’s endorsement of Tucson-area Rep. Mark Finchem is likely to be crucial in the crowded Republican primary for Arizona secretary of state. The seat is open as Democratic incumbent Katie Hobbs runs for governor.
The Biden administration has been quickly moving them through Border Patrol into Health and Human Services (HHS) custody, which then released them to sponsors, normally parents or guardians, already in the country.
Marijuana is turning out to be a big business for the state of Arizona.
Gov. Doug Ducey is planning to push for new laws that will require Arizona students be taught about the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
The state of Arizona has sold off $93 million in Unilever bonds and plans to sell the remaining $50 million invested in the global consumer products company because subsidiary Ben & Jerry's stopped selling its ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories.
Arizona has now joined more than half the states in allowing betting on sports, just three years after it was allowed by the U.S. Supreme Court. The state hopes to pull in tens of millions of dollars in annual revenue from legalized gambling.
A report released this week in Arizona’s largest county falsely claims to have uncovered some 173,000 “lost” votes and 96,000 “ghost votes” in a private door-to-door canvassing effort, supposedly rendering the 2020 election in Maricopa County “uncertifiable.”
Arizona's 2nd Congressional District race will be pivotal to the Democratic Party's efforts to retain the U.S. House majority, "and this is not an endeavor to be taken lightly," Engel said.
The Republican from Maricopa said stepping down is what’s best for his family. His resignation is effective Sept. 30.
On Wednesday afternoon, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey addressed the status of private school vouchers for parents to enroll kids into schools without mask policies. He also touched on the state's high unemployment rate.
"As Arizona Treasurer, I've divested all state funds from Ben & Jerry's for boycotting Israel," Yee tweeted. "Israel is and will continue to be a major trade partner of AZ. #IStandWithIsrael and I will not allow taxpayer dollars to go towards anti-Semitic, discriminatory efforts against Israel."