A new law is changing the way puppies are bought and sold in Arizona.
Consider that the safety gear worn by football players has the same purpose as a seat belt – help the wearer survive a violent collision.
On Friday, July 22nd, the Secretary of State’s office finished processing its first ballot initiative, I-08-2016 (Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act) and transmitted the 5% sample of signatures for verification to the state’s 15 counties.
With the August 1 voter registration deadline one week away, Secretary of State Michele Reagan warned citizens who might be registering for the first time or updating their party affiliation to be wary of online sites offering voter registration services.
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has refused to slow signature validation for an initiative to raise Arizona's minimum wage.
Have you captured Pikachu? Nabbed Rattata or the elusive Charizard? Leveled-up and trained your monsters at a Gym?
Due to the passage of Proposition 123 on May 17, 2016 Arizona’s schools, students and teachers will receive a significant influx of new dollars starting this year.
During the Fourth of July weekend, state and local agencies are focusing on keeping motorists safe, and placing equipment and resources along heavily traveled highways to help move traffic should incidents occur.
In an effort to protect taxpayers and reduce the influence of special interests at the state Capitol, Governor Doug Ducey has issued an executive order that terminates state contracts with professional lobbyists and ends the long-standing practice of state government entities spending significant public dollars on contract lobbyists.
As the Valley prepares for the first monsoons of the season, Salt River Project is prepared to handle the heat and storms. SRP’s transmission, distribution, generation and planned energy purchases are equipped to serve the summer demand.
If you bought any e-books a few years ago, there's a good chance you're getting a check in the mail.
Law enforcement agencies across Arizona are sifting through evidence lockers looking for every last untested sexual assault kit under new efforts driven largely by Gov. Doug Ducey.