Gov. Doug Ducey signaled that state lawmakers should back off plans to repeal or reduce a new $32-a-vehicle registration fee to pay to operate the Highway Patrol.
Gov. Doug Ducey threatened Tuesday to veto any drought contingency plan that does not equitably divide up the pain of Arizona having less water in 2020 and eventually leads to lower water use in the state.
The unsuccessful bid by Gov. Jan Brewer and the state to keep “dreamers” from getting licenses to drive is going to cost Arizona nearly $2 million.
Calling its enactment “sneaky,’’ a veteran lawmaker wants to repeal a new $32-a-vehicle fee on every car, truck, motorcycle and trailer that is being used to balance the state budget.
PHOENIX — Ending months of speculation, Gov. Doug Ducey said he’s not going to run for the Senate — at least not in 2020.
More than four dozen Arizona school districts are getting new school buses at no cost to taxpayers.
Gov. Doug Ducey won’t say whether he knows who is behind the single largest contribution to his re-election campaign.
Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday he has no knowledge of Arizona “bracing for a massive surge’’ of migrants through a “non-walled’’ part of the border despite a warning by President Donald Trump.
A judge has slapped down efforts by Gov. Doug Ducey and the Republican-controlled Legislature to create new exceptions to laws that require disclosure of campaign finance spending.
State Rep. David Stringer's remarks continue to have fallout at the Capitol.
PHOENIX — Arizona water officials and others agreed to a $100 million plan Thursday — including $30 million in state tax revenues — designed to deal with the inevitability that the state will have less Colorado River water in 2020.
The Arizona Supreme Court has squashed what could be the last legal maneuver to block the use of treated effluent to make snow on the San Francisco Peaks.
PHOENIX — Claiming Gov. Doug Ducey acted illegally, the former chairman of the Arizona Libertarian Party has sued to give voters a say in who replaces John McCain — and soon.
That balanced budget that Gov. Doug Ducey said wouldn’t raise taxes is going to cost Arizona motorists an extra $32 a year for every car, truck and motorcycle they have.
PHOENIX — The latest comments by a Prescott Republican lawmaker about race, immigration and assimilation have cost him the chairmanship of a committee he has sought for years.
Arizona water officials and others agreed to a $100 million plan Thursday — including $30 million in state tax revenues — designed to deal with the inevitability that the state will have less Colorado River water in 2020.
Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick urged Gov. Doug Ducey to name Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery to the U.S. Senate just days after John McCain died.
PHOENIX — The Navajo Nation has dropped a legal claim that could have delayed formal certification of the general election results.
PHOENIX — There’s an argument to be made that Doug Ducey would not be governor today if it were not for Kirk Adams, who on Monday announced he was quitting as Ducey’s chief of staff.
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The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of a legal tactic used by those seeking to keep voter-proposed laws off the ballot.
The Navajo Nation is claiming that the state and several counties illegally discriminated against tribal members and kept them from having their votes counted.
The state’s high court has agreed to decide whether cities can force businesses to do work for those whose views, practices or lifestyles conflict with the owners’ religious beliefs.
Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Fred DuVal Monday to the Arizona Board of Regents four years after getting himself elected by blasting his Democrat foe for sharp increases he approved in university tuition.
It was bad enough when parents had to worry about choking hazards, poisonous chemicals and excessive noise when buying presents.
PHOENIX — That record number of Arizonans who turned out to vote this year has a dark side for direct democracy: It’s going to be harder for voters to propose their own laws or get rid of ones they don’t like.
Steve Gaynor finally conceded late Friday he isn’t going to be secretary of state.
Katie Hobbs is going to be Arizona’s next secretary of state — and a heartbeat away from governor — absent a sudden and unlikely last-minute burst of Republican votes from Maricopa County.
Attorneys for members of the Arizona Corporation Commission told a judge Tuesday he should block a bid by one of the panel’s members to investigate whether financial help they got or are suspected of getting from Arizona Public Service for their elections tainted their vote to allow the company to collect more money from customers.
Drop in turkey costs caused by increase in supply
PHOENIX — A healthy supply of turkeys is going to make the cost of feeding the family Thanksgiving dinner a bit less expensive this year.
The latest votes counted appear to put Democrat Sandra Kennedy close to being able to reclaim a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
PHOENIX — The latest batch of votes counted Monday put the U.S. Senate out of the reach of Republican Martha McSally and into the hands of an Arizona Democrat for the first time since 1994.
PHOENIX — Any losing candidate in the general election who is counting on an automatic recount needs to come close to winning.
PHOENIX — New election returns Sunday put Democrat Katie Hobbs in striking distance in the race for secretary of state.
PHOENIX — Attorneys for the state want a federal appeals court to allow it to deny public contracts to those who boycott Israel, saying Arizona has a legitimate interest in denying support to the Palestine Liberation Army and its “unsavory — and frequently murderous — ends.’’
‘Emergency voting,’ ballot checks alarm GOP
Unless the trend in election returns shift — and soon — Arizona will get its first Democrat in the U.S. Senate in decades.
Two former Mount Lemmon firefighters have won the right to sue the tiny department for age discrimination.
New vote totals late Friday now have Democrat Sandra Kennedy in a position of taking a seat on the currently all-Republican Arizona Corporation Commission.
Ruling affects questionable early ballots
Residents in all of the state’s 15 counties are going to get another few days to fix problems with their early ballots to ensure their votes are counted.
McSally remains confident she will prevail
The latest returns from the state’s two largest counties have given Kyrsten Sinema the lead in her bid for the U.S. Senate — barely.
A legal bid by Republicans to change ballot-counting procedures may be too late to help any of their candidates in close races.
Newly elected House Speaker Rusty Bowers inherits a chamber where he can’t afford to alienate a single Republican.
Some 600,000 ballots that remain uncounted Wednesday are leaving the race for U.S. Senate and the state schools chief up in the air - along with possibly some legislative races - perhaps for days.
PHOENIX - A $31 million campaign by the state's electric utilities proved enough to keep voters from adopting a constitutional mandate that they generate at least half of their power from renewable sources by 2030.
PHOENIX - Democrats proved unable on Tuesday to break the stranglehold that Republicans now have on statewide offices.
PHOENIX - Arizona voters refused Tuesday to ratify a bid by Gov. Doug Ducey and Republican lawmakers to allow any of the state's $1.1 million students in public schools to get vouchers of state tax dollars to attend private and parochial schools.
PHOENIX — Outmatched in funding and outmaneuvered, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful David Garcia failed Tuesday in his bid to oust incumbent Doug Ducey.
New figures from the Secretary of State’s Office on Monday showed that 1,586,783 early ballots had been turned in. By contrast, in the entire 2014 midterm race, only 1,537,671 people voted at all, whether early or at the polls.
PHOENIX — Current and former public employees are being informed at state expenses that the board that oversees their retirement plan wants people to vote in favor of Proposition 125.
Five days before the election Gov. Doug Ducey announced plans Thursday by a firm to expand in Arizona, a decision a company official said had been made months earlier.