The latest updates are in for races in Arizona that were too close to call on Election Day. Kyrsten Sinema now has a small lead in the race for U.S Senate, and Kathy Hoffman has taken a narrow lead in the Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction race.
Mexico’s future secretary of the interior proposed legislation in the Senate on Thursday to regulate marijuana and allow its production and sale, a potential major shift in the country’s stance on the decade-long drug war.
A coalition of people from near Arizona’s border with Mexico want the deployment of the U.S. military to the region canceled, and they traveled to the state Capitol to deliver the message to lawmakers.
A trade group says total spending on local TV ads for this midterm election set a record. Final numbers still need to be confirmed, but so far, local TV ads topped more than $3 billion across the country.
Last year, the Phoenix New Times broke a story that is still having ripple effects today. Reporters Joseph Flaherty and Antonia Noori Farzan found that two Motel 6 locations in Phoenix were routinely providing guest information to ICE.
In January of 2014, an MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopter crashed off the coast of Virginia. The story of Lt. Van Dorn and the investigation into his death is recounted in the new documentary, "Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn," directed by Zachary Stauffer.
Last night four county Republican parties filed a lawsuit against all of Arizona’s county recorders, claiming the recorders don’t follow a uniform standard for counting ballots and resolving issues like signature mismatches.
The opioid addiction crisis is a reality across the country. It’s led to — among other steps — increased regulation. It’s in this reality that the Food and Drug Administration has approved of a new opioid called Dsuvia, which is intended to be used specifically by the Department of Defense.
More than 2 million Arizonans voted in the recent election and some counties have already broken records for the number of ballots cast in a midterm. But on election night, there was at least one resident of Phoenix who was surprised there weren’t more voters.