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The Department of Corrections will reopen a shuttered prison in Douglas to deal with the fact th... [Read More]
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Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen's suspension remains in limbo after roughly two hours of testimony Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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The governor is hoping to get $8.75 million for the French farmhouse mansion that sits on a gated two-plus acre parcel. Records in the Maricopa... [Read More]
A state lawmaker is seeking to force state health officials to do something they have previously rejected: allow the use of medical marijuana to treat... [Read More]
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As suspended County Assessor Paul Petersen fends for his job in a hearing Wednesday, his attorney has leveled conflict-of-interest allegations against Maricopa... [Read More]
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A Phoenix-based national university known for promoting its programs has agreed to pay a record $191 million to settle claims it used deceptive advertising to... [Read More]
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A former guard at a private prison near Eloy claims he was shot at point-blank range with a riot-control weapon in a racist attack. [Read More]
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a bid by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to get an early crack at the assets of the... [Read More]
It's junket season in Arizona, and lawmakers spent their week talking policy in Scottsdale and Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday he won't take advantage of an offer by President Trump to allow Arizona to opt out of taking refugees, at... [Read More]
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The American Dream means different things to different people, but to Ylenia Aguilar, it meant being able to vote for herself in the first election... [Read More]
More than a hundred firefighters from around Arizona crowded a Senate hearing room Thursday morning, listening to colleagues share heartwrenching stories of the... [Read More]
A Tucson taxing district won plaudits from the state's auditor, just two weeks after a state senator filed a series of bills targeting its spending... [Read More]
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Arizona's Department of Environmental Quality is allowing a uranium mine operator to spray water laced with uranium and arsenic on the ground to keep dust... [Read More]
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After working in Mesa Public Schools for 15 years, I finally retired in 2012. One of the best decisions I made just before retirement was... [Read More]
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Investigators tasked by Maricopa County Officials to investigate Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen found no evidence he "neglected" his duties. [Read More]
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