An Arizona advocacy group for clean elections took the first step to getting an ambitious set of elections reforms on the 2020 ballot.
An 18-month investigation into the NRA’s relationship with Russia and potential violations of U.S. tax and sanctions laws was conducted by Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee and released Friday.
When the light rail was expanded in North Phoenix, businesses in the area felt the growing pains during its construction. Now, years later, business owners there want to let business owners along South Central Avenue know what they can expect, after a ballot initiative to stop all light rail expansion projects appears to be heading for defeat.
Three-term City Councilwoman Regina Romero has won a three-way race for the Democratic nomination to be Tucson's next mayor, according to unofficial results from Tuesday's election.
Phoenix voters said "yes" to expanding light rail transportation in the nation's fifth-largest city by soundly saying "no" to a measure that aimed to stop any more development of the system, according to early, unofficial returns.
Phoenix voters are weighing the future of mass rail transit in the nation's fifth-largest city heading into the last day to cast ballots on a proposition asking whether any expansion of the light rail system should be permanently halted.
A Tucson man is facing felony charges for allegedly voting in the 2016 presidential election in two different states.
The city of Phoenix says thousands of mail-in ballots are pouring in daily for next week's special election weighing the future of mass rail transit in the nation's fifth-largest city.
Another week of major political developments nationally and in Arizona. FOX 10's John Hook talks to FOX News' Mike Emanuel about Martha McSally's appointment to the Senate and the border wall. Political consultant Chuck Coughlin of High Ground provides insight on the midterm elections.
FOX 10's John Hook talks to Arizona Secretary of State-Elect Katie Hobbs, and Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction-Elect, Kathy Hoffman.
Part 1: FOX 10’s John Hook talks to Dawn Penich-Thacker and Jenny Clark about Prop 305 - the expansion of empowerment scholarship accounts. Part 2: Political consultants Mike O’Neil and Chuck Coughlin discuss possible outcomes in the upcoming midterm election.
PHOENIX (AP/KSAZ) - 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.
While documenting the the casting of a ballot with a selfie is probably the last thing on some people's mind, some have done it. In the State of Arizona, however, people are not allowed to take photos within 75 feet of a polling place. FOX 10's Marcy Jones reports.
Two Arizona congresswomen are facing off in the only debate in the race for the state's open senate seat. Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema will confront each other at 6 p.m. Monday.
FOX 10's John Hook talks to U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko and candidate Dr. Hiral Tiperneni about the upcoming midterm elections, Luke AFB, CAP Water, student loans and debt, healthcare and the future of the Affordable Care Act.
There are a number of ballot measures that will go before voters in November, one of which is Proposition 127. FOX 10's Steve Krafft hears from both sides of the referendum.
FOX 10's John Hook talks to Mike Noble of OH Predictive and Jonathan Butcher, Senior Fellow at the Goldwater Institute and a Senior Policy Analyst at the Heritage Foundation about the upcoming midterm election.
President Donald Trump will not be coming to the Valley this month to stump for Republican candidates in this November's election. Word came in legal papers in connection with a lawsuit filed against the city of Phoenix by the American Civil Liberties Union. FOX 10's Steve Krafft reports.
PHOENIX (KSAZ) - With 100 percent of the votes in our state primary now counted, Diane Douglas is out of her job as superintendent of the Arizona Department of Education.
It's election day, but unfortunately, it's had a bit of a rocky start. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.