Democratic Arizona gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs said Tuesday that, if elected to the office, she would work on rolling back the restrictive abortion measures recently enacted by Gov. Doug Ducey and the state legislature.
Maricopa County Supervisor Thomas Galvin said last week that Mark Brnovich has gone rogue after the Republican state attorney general released an interim report of his investigation of the 2020 election that raised concerns about procedures.
The former assistant chief of the Phoenix Police Department said Tuesday that Jeri Williams' time as head of the force will be remembered for transparency advances and her leadership during protests following the death of George Floyd.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich on Wednesday provided an initial update to Senate President Karen Fann on his office's investigation into election procedures stemming from the 2020 election in Maricopa County.
U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona said Tuesday she has no confidence in the Biden administration to form a workable plan after it lifts the ban on asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border next month.
Former Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley said Monday challenges await the next person to hold the role following Republican Allister Adel's resignation, adding he would consider the position on an interim basis.
Matt Salmon, a Republican Arizona candidate for governor, on Thursday called on fellow GOP member and state Sen. Wendy Rogers to resign from her post over rhetoric that got her censured in the Senate earlier this week.
U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona met with the National Border Patrol Council in Yuma on Wednesday, a summit she described as a "sobering conversation" due to low morale and a continued flow of migrants at the southern border.
Arizona state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita on Tuesday defended a comment made a day earlier on the Senate floor in which she referred to those who assisted in shutting down in-person learning during COVID as "educational terrorists."
A labor crisis compounded by the spread of the COVID-19 omicron variant is proving a tough task to keep in-person learning going at the Phoenix Union High School District, Superintendent Chad Gestson said Thursday.
An Arizona teachers union leader said his tweet about staffing shortages possibly affecting school operations wasn’t a threat for a sick-out, but a heads-up for parents as the omicron variant fuels a surge in COVID-19 cases.
A 19-year-old Arizona State University student who attended a music festival in Houston on Friday where eight people died and hundreds more were injured said people were in survival mode to avoid getting trampled in a crowd surge.
U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona says not to believe everything you read or hear about where she stands on tax policies as Democrats work out the details of their landmark domestic legislation package.