A judge has rejected efforts by the state and counties to throw out a court challenge prompted by major problems in Arizona's presidential preference election.
Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche.
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is warning of a spike in deadly heroin overdoses across the Valley and blaming marijuana use for contributing to the problem.
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office detectives are searching for a man who exposed himself to a 10-year-old girl in Queen Creek on Saturday.
The Senate has passed a bill that would offer protections to the herd of wild horses living near Arizona's Salt River.
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is rolling out the state’s Voluntary Travel ID, a credential meeting federal REAL ID Act security requirements for access to airports, restricted federal buildings, military bases and more. It costs $25 and is good for up to eight years.
“Voting is one of our most important rights and responsibilities, and yesterday, a record number of Arizonans turned out to cast their choice for President.
Drivers along Phoenix-area freeways can expect to see an additional reminder about the cost of being caught cheating in high occupancy vehicle lanes during weekday rush hours.
Over the next few weeks, thousands will take to Arizona’s highways for spring break getaways. Classmates, friends, fraternity brothers, 20-somethings looking to get away from the grind will drive to destinations that are sunny or snowy, relaxing or adventurous, luxurious or frugal and everywhere in between.
Arizona and Mexico will further their collaboration on developing the key trade corridor connecting them under an agreement signed this week by Arizona Department of Transportation Director John Halikowski and Raul Murrieta Cummings, undersecretary of infrastructure for Mexico’s Ministry of Communications and Transport.
The figures remain preliminary, but it’s already clear that motor-vehicle crash fatalities on Arizona roadways increased in 2015 – and that speeding, impaired driving and failure to use seat belts and other restraints contributed significantly.
By expanding the use of technology and third-party options, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is making it ever easier for motorists to renew vehicle registrations, apply for driver licenses and more without visiting MVD offices.