New Mexico's governor Susana Martinez announced on Monday that the state is ready to launch multiple infrastructure projects with funds from a $74 million dollar settlement with the Department of Energy.
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan certified the results of Arizona's March 22 presidential preference election on Monday afternoon as word spread that the U.S. Department of Justice had begun an inquiry into the voting trouble that plagued Maricopa County.
Cathi Herrod of the conservative Center for Arizona Policy pushed for laws saying doctors can use RU-486 to terminate a pregnancy only according to labeling approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Opioid addiction is a national epidemic fueling a multi-billion dollar recovery industry. In recent years, Prescott has become a focal point for addiction recovery programs, but now it's grappling with the costs and benefits of being a national destination for those trying to get sober.
Glendale City Councilman Sammy Chavira has come under fire recently for taking out-of-state trips on the public’s dime, and he plans to ask for a review of the city’s travel policy during Tuesday’s council workshop.