A couple of things stood ou from a secret audio of state GOP chairman Jeff DeWit’s a ttempt to, persuade Kari Lake to stay out of the U.S. Senate race.
U.S. Senate candidate Kari Lake was reportedly offered what she viewed as a bribe by the chair of the Arizona Republican Party in an effort to keep her from running for the next two years.
Tuesday evening may have made it all but official: The Republican primary season has ended as soon as it began. So what does that mean for Arizona’s presidential preference election set for March 19?
Opinion: State Sen. Anthony Kern would like the Legislature, not voters, to determine who casts electoral college votes.
State senators have no legal right to demand that Gov. Katie Hobbs immediately send them her nominations for directors to head more than a dozen state agencies, an attorney for the governor is arguing.
The Arizona Commerce Authority, facing scrutiny from the state’s top prosecutor for using taxpayer dollars to treat business leaders to sports tickets and four-star resort stays, on Tuesday defended the programs as a means of driving economic growth.
A House panel passed two bills on Tuesday aimed at protecting event venue ticket buyers from price-gouging and fraudulent tickets like when a bot attack prevented thousands of people from buying tickets to see Taylor Swift during her 2023 “Eras” tour.
The “Gilbert Goons” have made headlines here in Arizona and nationwide. Young men from affluent families have been indiscriminately targeting others for violent beatings. One such attack ended in the death of 16-year-old Preston Lord.
The national war over who is a true Republican is playing out in Southern Arizona, with a leading social conservative trying to kill the bid by a former senator to get his seat back.
Tribes filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management for approving a high-voltage transmission line, alleging the government failed to account for historic and cultural sites through the line’s San Pedro Valley route.
Nine Democratic governors sent a letter to President Joe Biden and congressional leaders Monday, requesting federal aid and urging changes to immigration law as their states take in an overwhelming number of asylum seekers.
There’s no such thing as an AI system without values — and that means this newest technology platform must navigate partisan rifts, culture-war chasms and international tensions from the very beginning.
A House panel voted Monday to extend the deadline on Arizona’s first-in-the-nation program to research medical uses of psilocybin, or “magic mushrooms,” a hallucinogenic currently classified by the federal government as a Schedule I illegal drug.