The Veterans Affairs Department says investigators have found no proof that delays in care caused any deaths at a VA hospital in Phoenix, deflating an explosive allegation that helped expose a troubled health care system.
The Department of Veterans Affairs says investigators have found no proof that delays in care caused any deaths at the VA hospital in Phoenix. That goes against allegations by some local VA employees who claimed as many as 40 patients may have died while waiting long periods for treatment.
About 30 immigration rights advocates and their supporters held a rally outside of the Democratic Party Headquarters on Monday. The group wants the party to endorse their demands on deportation policy.
Monday is the last day an assistance center for residents of south Phoenix affected by the recent monsoon storms will be open. The city of Phoenix and state and county officials are in a south Phoenix fire station offering information to area residents affected by the flooding.
The Maricopa County Elections Department is at work counting the early ballots received for Tuesday's primary. They're also getting ready for in-person voting tomorrow, even though not many people are expected to show up.
A federal appeals court in Denver is considering whether Arizona and Kansas can force federal officials to change a national voter registration form to help them impose their proof-of-citizenship requirements.
The criminal investigation into the death of a mentally ill Phoenix woman who was shot to death by a police officer when she advanced on him with a claw hammer, will now be handled by the Department of Public Safety.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne will find out Tuesday if voters think three years fighting off allegations of campaign-finance violations and other negative news outweighs what he argues is a solid record of accomplishments as the state's top law enforcement official.