The U.S. Supreme Court could have the ultimate say on whether Arizona's new abortion-medication restrictions — considered the most stringent in the nation, but put on hold by a federal appeals court — should take effect.
After fading from the spotlight for months while awaiting the second penalty phase in her case, Jodi Arias again is back in it, this time serving as her own attorney after a judge approved her request Monday to represent herself.
A judge has rejected a request to block Arizona's policy of denying driver's licenses to some young immigrants while Governor Jan Brewer asks an appeals court to reconsider a ruling that she can't deny driving privileges to the immigrants.
The Arizona Department of Education is reporting modest progress in math and reading proficiency among state public school students. That translated to a slight improvement in school performance grades across the state.
Storms that brought strong winds and rains to metropolitan Phoenix on Sunday evening caused an eight-hour closure of a section of freeway, damaged the roof of an animal hospital and temporarily left thousands of homes without electricity.
Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal defense for the poor, the mentally challenged, children and the wrongly condemned has a new book called, "Just Mercy."