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The Obama administration is asking a federal judge to void another of Arizona's laws aimed at illegal immigration.
In Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness,” the narrator speaks of his instability caused by the fever dream of the jungle this way: “(It) was the playful paw-strokes of the wilderness, the preliminary trifling before the more serious onslaught which came in due course.”
I am a member of the fastest growing political party in Arizona, having recently become second largest in the state, and quickly threatening to become number one.
The mud-slinging in the Republican gubernatorial fray has gotten so bad that party Chairman Robert Graham has told the contenders to just cool it — or risk electing Democrat Fred DuVal in November.
Talk about back to the future.
Mayor Greg Stanton is one of nine mayors who recently signed a letter to congressional leaders urging them to craft legislation to safeguard against the Supreme Court’s ruling that exempts certain companies from paying for insurance coverage of some contraception methods.
Tourism in Arizona is now back to where it was before the recession — and SB 1070 — hit, but it's nowhere near where it should be, according to the state's top tourism official.
The group behind a vetoed religious freedom law intends to study Monday's Supreme Court ruling as a chance to revamp it and try again next year.
Gov. Jan Brewer said it may be time to consider extending the state's civil rights laws to gays.
A state senator wants to use the National Guard and local sheriffs to stop buses with undocumented individuals from coming in to Arizona from other states.
The three Republican candidates for Congress from District 1 each insisted Monday night he is more conservative than the other — and the only one who can oust Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick.
The Obama administration officially dropped its challenge Monday to the controversial “papers, please” provision of SB 1070.
She still vividly remembers the day she went to fifth grade in the United States because it was the day that two boys slapped her across the face and laughed saying, “Go back to Mexico.”
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.
The Mountain Pointe Pride baseball team, which started the season ranked 20th in the nation, lost 4-3 and was eliminated from the state playoffs by the 22nd seeded Gilbert Tigers at home on Tuesday in the second round of the Division I state tournament.
The Mountain Pointe Pride softball team had an early exit from the state playoffs, after being dealt a 7-4 loss at home by the 21st seeded North Canyon Rattlers on Saturday in the first round of the Division I state tournament.
Arizonans will soon learn what they need to do to survive electromagnetic Armageddon — assuming they survive the blast that causes it in the first place.
It’s hard to completely put out a fire when the embers burn as hot as the Desert Vista bats have been all season.
The House gave final approval Monday to legislation to require an external review of how Arizona has been handling its child protective services.
Arizona is running out of donations to continue the legal fights over SB 1070.
Martin Chavez, left, screams at Manuel Martinez during rallies for and against SB 1070 at the state Capitol. Chavez supports the law giving police more power to detain and arrest illegal immigrants. (Capitol Media Services file photo by Howard Fischer)
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked Arizona from enforcing yet another provision of its controversial 2010 immigration law.
State lawmakers refused Wednesday to overturn local zoning laws about keeping chickens in back yards even if an Oro Valley Republican quipped that it would help him with his social life.
State lawmakers voted Wednesday to let ranchers shoot the Mexican gray wolves being reintroduced to the Southwest despite their listing under federal law as endangered.
Up to 120,000 more youngsters living in low-income neighborhoods could soon qualify for taxpayer funded tuition to private and parochial schools.