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Come Jan. 1, thousands of Arizona veterans and others suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder will soon be able to obtain marijuana legally.
Calling it a “stunning power grab,” Attorney General Tom Horne wants a judge to block a decision by the Citizens Clean Elections Commission to investigate whether he has been using his office for campaigning.
Mesa boys volleyball coach Tony Millanes remembers the first time he saw J.T. Hatch.
Cheri Smith just missed out on the one and only time Mountain Pointe made the state softball championship game.
A major auto dealer has become a prime force in trying to ensure that Doug Ducey is the Republican nominee for governor — and that Christine Jones is not.
Saying the elderly can be abused anywhere, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that hospitals can be sued under special laws designed to protect vulnerable adults.
Andrew Thomas will be staying in the race for governor.
Disbarred former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas may finally have qualified to get public funds in his bid to become the next governor.
A federal judge refused Monday to ease the requirement for candidates to get on the ballot, at least for this year.
Sen. Al Melvin pulled the plug Monday on his gubernatorial aspirations, concluding time had run out to get the funding he needed.
The Republican gubernatorial race may be ready to claim its first victim ¬— and possibly a second.
Saying there was more than enough evidence to proceed, the state's Citizens Clean Elections Commission voted Thursday to launch a full probe into whether Attorney General Tom Horne has been using state employees and resources to campaign for reelection.
Saying the busing is illegal, state Attorney General Tom Horne on Thursday threatened to sue federal officials for dropping off undocumented individuals in Tucson and Phoenix who were apprehended in Texas.
The lasting image of Paul Lucas’ junior track season is one of him sprawled out on the track at Mesa Community College.
The field of contenders to represent East Valley residents in Congress, the State Senate and the State House of Representatives has been finalized.
The Gilbert Chamber of Commerce has whittled down the contenders for its annual businesses awards to a collection of finalists.
Attorney General Tom Horne is lashing out at a former staffer who charges he is using his office to campaign for reelection even as he opens a court fight over whether he broke the law in 2010 to get elected the first time.
The Obama administration is apparently ready to throw in the towel in its bid to kill the “papers, please” provision of Arizona's controversial 2010 immigration law.
It's physically possible for a fish to perform a pedicure. But not legally — at least not in Arizona — according to the state Court of Appeals.
America’s poor haven’t been doing so well lately. Their political champions in the Democratic Party seem more focused on all those swing voters in the middle-income levels. And while income inequality has become a popular talking point for the self-anointed defenders of the poor, the fact is that the income gap has increased on President Obama’s watch.
A federal judge in Arizona won't be deciding whether people can marry their computers — at least not yet.
Gov. Jan Brewer asked the state Supreme Court today to kill a bid by foes of Medicaid expansion to challenge the law.
In a ruling potentially affecting thousands of Arizonans, a federal appeals court on Tuesday voided a cost-saving bid by the state's Medicaid program to deny incontinence briefs to some adults who need them.
The attorney for state lawmakers told a judge Friday there's no basis for her to order his clients to give up to $2.9 billion in withheld state aid to public schools.