Colorado City Mayor Joseph Allred repeatedly invoked his Fifth Amendment right to not self-incriminate when questioned by the U.S. Department of Justice lawyers in the civil rights trial against his city. The mayor plead the Fifth when asked if he married two underage girls.
Representatives from 16 environmental organizations are meeting with state legislators Feb. 9 during the annual Environmental Day at the Capitol. The group will advocate for changes in Arizona’s water laws.
A researcher at Northern Arizona University hypothesized Americans respond with more anger and sadness when they read about women terrorists compared to men. The ongoing study suggests that isn’t true.
A bill changing what the state’s child welfare agency is required to investigate is one step closer to becoming law. A legislative committee approved the bill Monday. The proposal would limit what reports of child abuse and neglect workers at the Arizona Department of Child Safety are required to investigate.
It used to take a lot of clicking and reading through the Arizona Secretary of State website to register to vote or change party preference. Now, just before the state holds its Presidential Preference Election, Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan has launched a new website.