By Associated Press | 03/18/14 09:14 AM
A dispute between an Arizona judge and the man she sentenced to death for killing a librarian has been on the agenda at each of the 15 private meetings Supreme Court justices have held since late September to consider new cases.
By Bob Christie | 03/18/14 08:33 AM
A $9.2 billion spending plan that trims more than $150 million from Gov. Jan Brewer's proposal was introduced in the Arizona Senate on Monday, but Senate President Andy Biggs' proposal faces an uncertain future in the House and with Gov. Jan Brewer.
By Associated Press | 03/17/14 09:14 AM
TUCSON, Ariz. — Pima Community College may have to halt enrollment for military veterans due to problems with its record-keeping systems. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs requested last week an examination of whether the college should continue serving veteran students, the Arizona...
By Associated Press | 03/15/14 01:43 PM
Arizona State Hospital is now in compliance with federal regulations and is no longer at risk of losing its Medicare funding, according to a letter from an official.
By Lisa Ruhl | 03/13/14 03:52 PM
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced on Wednesday she won't be seeking a third term. That leaves the field wide open for new gubernatorial candidates.
By Astrid Galvan | 03/12/14 01:49 PM
The Arizona Constitution limits governors to two terms, but the Republican governor and her advisers have kept alive a scenario in which she might mount a longshot legal challenge to seek another four years in office.
By Tim Mak | 03/07/14 03:26 PM
All politics is local, and the Pentagon's proposal to place the A-10 Warthog fighter jet on the chopping block is making waves on the campaign trail in southeastern Arizona. Rep. Ron Barber, D-Ariz., the successor to Rep. Gabby Giffords, likely faces a rematch with Republican Martha McSally,...
By Paul Bedard | 03/03/14 12:54 PM
This week's Mainstream Media Scream features sports analyst and former Washington Post columnist Tony Kornheiser comparing Arizona to Nazi Germany during his show on ESPN, "Pardon the Interruption."
By Tim Mak | 03/03/14 11:50 AM
Former White House staffer Ronnie Cho is strongly considering a congressional run in Arizona, sources tell the Washington Examiner. Cho, the former associate director for the White House's Office of Public Engagement, has been taking calls encouraging him to run in Arizona since Democratic...
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