The regents during a late afternoon special meeting will consider extensions for University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart, Arizona State University President Michael Crow and Board of Regents President Eileen Klein.
Maricopa County officials are scheduled to vote Wednesday on a $240,000 settlement of a lawsuit that alleges a jail inmate with mental illnesses died from stress he suffered when he mistakenly viewed officers' efforts to forcibly clothe him in a jail uniform as a rape attempt.
The police agency that oversees Warren Jeffs' polygamous sect on the Utah-Arizona border will remain intact after a federal judge rejected the latest request from the Arizona attorney general to disband the department.
Arizona health officials are preparing for a potential mosquito infestation after this week’s heavy rainfall. A lot of standing water encourages the pests to breed and that’s raising concerns about spread of West Nile Virus.
Many people newly insured by Medicaid under the federal health care law are seeking treatment in hospital emergency rooms, one of the most expensive medical settings, a study released Monday concludes.
A lawyer for the state of Arizona told a federal judge on Monday it’s too bad, but not illegal, that the state will not recognize a Green Valley man as the survivor of the man he legally married in California.
Severe flooding shut down interstates, stranded motorists and caused huge traffic backups around the Valley on Monday. But despite the problems, the Maricopa County Flood Control District’s 140 structures and 22 dams were operating normally.