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Assistant Secretary of State Jim Drake ruled Wednesday there is enough evidence and uncontested allegations against Attorney General Tom Horne to merit a full-blown investigation into whether he has been using state resources and employees to campaign for reelection.
One of the three Republicans running for Secretary of State said Tuesday night he's not convinced that Arizona law should bar anonymous spending on political campaigns.
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.
Veteran Yuma state senator Don Shooter will have a foe in the Aug. 26 Republican primary.
It can be useless to look back, except when it’s useful. Ten years ago this month, a loved former president signed off and out to return to his Maker. He was our commander-in-chief between 1981-1989.
I have a very low tolerance for temperatures above 85 degrees, so living in Arizona in summertime is a challenge. I have friends who love heat, the hotter the better, and it’s hard to understand that I’m not just complaining. Some days I really do feel like I am struggling to survive.
Women can get a free lesson in self defense this weekend at Mountainside Martial Arts Center in Ahwatukee Foothills.
Although aggressive driving is a significant contributor to traffic fatalities, attempts to address this problem have not led to a significant reduction in aggressive driving-related fatalities. Understanding the reasons of aggressive driving and how to stop this could help increase traffic safety.
Supporters and foes of a same-sex marriage lawsuit playing out in federal court here finally found a point of agreement: They don't want the case expanded to decide if there's a constitutional right to marry an inanimate object.
Police officers who notify next of kin after someone has been killed can be held liable if they were wrong, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
Chandler Relay for Life participants will pull an all-nighter May 2 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. on May 3, in an effort to raise money and support cancer research.
Mountain Pointe High School students were given the chance to listen to Holocaust survivor, Dr. Alex White, who shared his personal story and engaged students to become beacons of stopping hate.
The House voted unanimously Monday to repeal all references in state statutes to “disabled” or “handicapped” individuals.
Gov. Jan Brewer has established by Executive Order the Arizona Human Trafficking Council, addressing one of the key priorities highlighted in the governor’s 2014 State of the State and policy agenda.
Heavy monsoon rains last year coupled with light snowpack this winter will combine to make for a more dangerous fire season this year, state Forester Scott Hunt predicted Wednesday.
State lawmakers took the first steps Tuesday to immunize the Land Department from mistakes and negligence that result in forest fires – even if that means destroyed homes and dead firefighters.
For the next 10 weeks each candidate will commit to raise funds for blood cancer research. The candidates will vie for the title with success measured in the amount of money raised through events and donations. Proceeds will benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and directly fund lifesaving blood cancer research, financial assistance to cover patient expenses for transportation, medication and testing, free educational materials and events for patients and their families.
Ahwatukee residents, Dianna and John Sanders, both laced up their running sneakers and participated in the second One Run for Boston Thursday evening in Tempe.
The family of a hit-and-run victim says they forgive the person responsible.
Unwilling to wait for a 2016 vote, advocates for same-sex marriage asked a federal judge Thursday to rule the state's ban is illegal.
The House gave preliminary approval Thursday to removing virtually all references in state laws to people who are “handicapped” or “disabled.”