Arizona water is a pain; will D-Backs stay home? ‘the end of hope’


March 8, 2024

No matter how the war over the Colorado River plays out, Arizona will feel pain

Opinion: Even if states are at loggerheads over plans to manage the Colorado River, a few things are painfully clear for Arizona and its water supply.

Will Phoenix help keep the Diamondbacks downtown? City, county privately weigh partnership

Maricopa County and Phoenix officials are privately considering a “partnership” on Chase Field, a move that could defuse the Arizona Diamondbacks’ relocation threats and bolster economic development in downtown Phoenix.

Sinema, Haley, and the end of hope

I believe that she had a better chance in a three-way race with Ruben Gallego and Kari Lake than the polls were indicating and other pundits proclaimed.At least for this election cycle. ROBERT ROBB

In battleground Arizona, GOP and Democrats battle in court over election rules

In battleground Arizona, GOP and Democrats battle in court over election rules

Three lawsuits, all from Republican or conservative-leaning groups, challenge the Elections Procedures Manual produced by the office of Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, a Democrat. In response, Democrats and their allies have rushed to defend him and the manual he produced last year.

RELATED: Will Kari Lake debate Mark Lamb after calling out Gov. Katie Hobbs for bowing out in 2022?

U.S. Senate candidate Mark Lamb called on fellow Republican candidate Kari Lake to debate him multiple times ahead of their GOP primary in a move intended to raise his profile but pull the party deeper into a battle many want to avoid.

As hearings grow more combative, one committee stands out for its civility. Longtime observers say hearings have grown more tense at the Capitol, but that the Commerce Committee stands out for its civility.

RELATED:Gov. Katie Hobbs owns UA’s budget crisis, and that could be a good thing

It seemed a mistake, but good things could come from this. Editorial boardArizona Republic

RELATED: Kari Lake slaps at Nikki Haley. Is this how Lake wins over moderates?

Opinion: Kari Lake continues her outreach to moderate Republicans as she reacts to Nikki Haley suspending her presidential campaign. Unfortunately, that outreach is, as usual, a slap in the face.

‘A barn-burner’: Arizona’s Senate race settles into Ruben Gallego vs. Kari Lake fight

Arizona for about a year stood out politically because of the prospect of an unprecedented three-way U.S. Senate race.But after Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., announced this week that she would not seek a second term, the promise of a new senator transforms the race into a more familiar scrum.

Latino voters said to increase 20%

About a quarter of Arizona voters who cast a ballot in November are expected to be Latino, according to an analysis by the NALEO Educational Fund released last month.

Kris Mayes blames GOP for school voucher fraud that Democrats made possible

Opinion: Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes promised to de-politicize the office. But a recent indictment on ESA fraud shows the opposite.

How ASU is helping the State Department secure microchip supply chains

The COVID-19 pandemic showed what can happen to many industries when supply chains aren’t ready for disruptions. The State Department wants to make sure the global semiconductor industry can withstand shocks and has tapped Arizona State University for help.

Environmentalists fear Biden-led Arizona mining project will cause rampant pollution

The Biden administration wants to expedite the permitting process for a southern Arizona manganese mine, part of a broader push to develop domestic supply chains for minerals critical to the development of emerging green energy technology.

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ChatGPT did NOT write this headline. Members of the court, clerks’ offices, state bar, and attorneys convened yesterday in the inaugural meeting of the Arizona Supreme Court’s AI steering committee to discuss next steps for carving a path forward for use of artificial intelligence in the judiciary. The group agreed on the need for guidance and guardrails to alert and update all who interact with the judiciary.

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