Prescott representative: 'If you've got a better idea, put it in writing'
PHOENIX – With a teacher pay plan eluding a deal and what he contends are unrealistic revenue estimates from Gov. Doug Ducey, a Prescott Republican lawmaker wants colleagues to consider a financial "bridge'' to provide immediate dollars.
Top Republicans are huddling to see if they can reach an accord over the issue of teacher pay ahead of Thursday’s strike deadline, potentially forestalling or at least undermining the walkout.
PHOENIX — It could soon cost more to register your car or truck in Arizona.
Former Secretary of State Ken Bennett is going to try to keep incumbent Doug Ducey from once again being the Republican nominee for governor.
House approves legislation clarifying where people can, can’t sell products and services in residential areas
State lawmakers are trimming the ability of cities and counties to keep people from running businesses out of their homes.
Already fighting with educators over his pay hike plan, Gov. Doug Ducey opened a second front Friday, this time attacking members of his own Republican Party.
A Senate panel voted 4-3 Thursday to allow judges to force some people to surrender their weapons — but only after a multi-step process that supporters say will protect due process rights.
Claiming overwhelming support, leaders of the #RedForEd movement called Thursday night called for a strike -- but not for another week.
If you’ve been sneaking Fluffy into the grocery store with the claim that’s your service dog, you’ll soon have to make other arrangements for your pet.
Calling the governor’s plan not sustainable, the Arizona PTA has withdrawn its backing for Gov. Doug Ducey’s teacher pay hike plan.
Gov. Doug Ducey is hoping to fund part of his teacher pay package through a new form of gambling that may be illegal; is opposed by a key backer of the governor; and also could blow up the deal Arizona negotiated nearly two decades ago with Indian tribes.
Empowered by successful walkouts in other states, Arizona teachers began three days of voting Tuesday on whether to follow suit here.
If you've been sneaking Fluffy into the grocery store with the claim that’s your service dog, you’ll soon have to make other arrangements for your pet.
Calling the governor’s proposal inadequate, leaders of the #RedForEd movement have scheduled a vote this week to decide by Friday whether to strike.
PHOENIX - Calling the governor's proposal inadequate, leaders of the #RedForEd movement have scheduled a vote this week to decide whether to strike.
Scottsdale firm wanted law amended to accept technology in cases of detecting drug use for dismissal
Unwilling to trust untested technology, state lawmakers voted Wednesday to block employers from firing workers based on their eye movements.
The state is going to get some new oversight of “sober living homes,’’ places where people can live while they are dealing with alcohol and drug abuse problems.
It is now up to Gov. Doug Ducey to decide whether women will be asked why they want an abortion.
With no action by the governor or attorney general, two Arizona residents filed suit Wednesday to block the Census Bureau from adding a citizenship question to decennial count.
Hoping to head off a walkout, Gov. Doug Ducey unveiled a plan Thursday he said will provide teachers the 20 percent pay hike they are demanding — by the 2020-21 school year.
Hoping to corral the votes for his school safety plan, Gov. Doug Ducey has agreed to some changes in key provisions that would allow judges to take away someone’s guns, at least on a temporary basis.
Gov. Doug Ducey won't meet with the leaders of two teacher groups to talk about salaries and related issues even as they are taking the first steps toward a walkout.
Thousands of dreamers are going to have to pay more next year if they want to attend any of the state’s three universities or community colleges.
PHOENIX — Thousands of dreamers are going to have to pay more next year if they want to attend any of the state's three universities or community colleges.
Gov. Doug Ducey is defending his decision to deploy 338 National Guard soldiers to the border, saying it’s not about politics even as he boasted there is finally an administration in Washington that cares about the issue.
Attorneys for Snowbowl are warning the Arizona Supreme Court that if they don’t overturn a ruling allowing the Hopi Tribe to sue over artificial snow they are opening the door to a flood of litigation.
A claim that “Dreamers’’ are entitled to the same lower tuition as other Arizona residents drew a skeptical response last week by several justices of the state Supreme Court.
Bill would set marriage age at 16 for legally emancipated
Arizona is on the verge of finally setting a minimum age for marriage.
Arizona families are probably spending a little bit less for groceries than they were a year ago.
Loss of jobs, disposable income a certainty if renewable energy ballot measure becomes law, study says
A study financed by Arizona’s largest electric company predicts a loss of jobs and disposable income if voters require utilities to get half their energy from renewable sources by 2030.
Brnovich, Ducey not joining lawsuit over citizenship question
Arizona’s top elected officials, both Republicans, are not going to join the lawsuit filed by Democrat officials in some states challenging the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census even though it could mean that Arizona won’t get its fair share of federal dollars and political representation.
Those with ‘fraudulent’ service pets could face fines
State lawmakers are hoping to keep Fido and FiFi out of grocery stores, restaurants and airports if they have no legal right to be there.
State senators voted Thursday to allow people seeking court approval to shed their debts to keep up to $2,000 worth of firearms.
Arizona voters won’t get a chance to outlaw “trophy hunting’’ in the state, at least not this year.
A federal judge has swatted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for not doing enough to ensure there is a viable population of the Mexican gray wolf in Arizona and New Mexico.
House Democrats failed Tuesday in their bid to keep the name of the Almighty out of the classrooms — at least the English version.
A University of Arizona police officer may not face legal consequences for shooting a woman in 2010 after the U.S. Supreme Court concluded Monday that there was evidence he is entitled to qualified immunity.
No retroactive language to make Ducey’s withdrawal of state education funds OK
The attorney for the man who sued to overturn Proposition 123 said Tuesday he’s not buying the argument by Gov. Doug Ducey that last week’s congressional action makes the withdrawal of more than $344 million from the state education trust retroactively legal.
Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday that teachers aren’t going to get the 20 percent pay hike they are demanding — not now and not in the foreseeable future.
Afraid that voters might like a renewable energy mandate, the state’s largest utility is working with lawmakers to put its own alternative on the November ballot.
Unwilling to wait on promises by the governor that things will get better eventually, teachers and their allies rallied at the Capitol Wednesday to demand a 20 percent pay hike.
Gov. Doug Ducey late Monday suspended the ability of Uber to continue testing its autonomous vehicles on Arizona roads.
A court challenge is expected
Ignoring last-minute requests for a veto, Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Friday to protect utilities from having to generate more of the power sold to their Arizona customers from renewable sources.
The state’s jobless rate ticked up again in February for the second month in a row.
Arizona investors could soon be in line for a tax cut, with a big chunk of that going to 183 multi-millionaires.
The legal fate of a former utility regulator, the head of a utility and a lobbyist facing bribery, conspiracy and fraud charges could depend on whether jurors believe the lobbyist’s former wife.
Five years ago Tucson Unified School District sold a no-longer-needed building to a developer for $1.6 million, $400,000 less than offered by a Christian school.
The state’s education sales tax — and the teacher salaries it supports — is not going away.
Arizona voters will get the last word on expanding a program that gives parents money to send their children to private and parochial schools — unless Republican lawmakers take it away.
Gov. Doug Ducey is defending his decision not to include universal background checks in his new school safety program.