A senior official on Martha McSally’s 2018 Senate campaign pleaded guilty Friday to stealing campaign funds. Prosecutors say Anthony Barry, a consultant and deputy campaign manager for McSally, used his position to make payments to himself beyond his owed salary.
An attorney for the Arizona Senate’s audit of Maricopa County’s election results is threatening subpoenas against the county Board of Supervisors if they don’t provide passwords for routers and voting machines.
The Arizona Senate recently passed a bill that would require a retailer to receive a license to sell tobacco, vapor or alternative nicotine products. The bill received bipartisan support, but is drawing criticism due to a perceived lack of strict regulations.
Arizona lawmakers are close to passing a bill opponents say is part of a nationwide effort to ban teaching critical race theory in K-12 schools. An ASU professor explains what critical race theory is and dispels misconception.
Alana Yazzie studied marketing at Marquette University after growing up near the Navajo reservation in New Mexico. After a stint in HR, she quit and decided to strike out on her own as The Fancy Navajo. That’s her Instagram handle, and it has led her to a career of baking and blogging.
President Biden initially indicated he would maintain the Trump administration's number of refugees allowed into the country, but after some back and forth, the administration has announced the new cap will be 62,500. And there are ambitions to push the number higher than that in subsequent years.
Danelle Plaza at Southern and Mill in Tempe is like a lot of strip malls. There’s a mix of businesses in there — a clothing shop, a restaurant, a record store, a billiards hall and perhaps the most well-known one, Yucca Tap Room. Danelle Plaza has been an important part of Tempe’s music and alternative arts scene, which is what drew Rob Moore to it.
It’s unclear how many people living in long-term care facilities have died in Arizona. According to the COVID Tracking Project, just over 2,500 people died. But that data is incomplete. Now the head of AARP Arizona is calling for an audit of the state’s long-term care system.
Late last month, the Arizona Department of Health Services resumed use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine following a safety review. For providers in rural parts of the state, it was good news. They were able to continue vaccinating homebound seniors.
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with Emily Ryan of Copper State Consulting; and attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera.
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Arizona's utility regulators have rejected new rules that would have required most of the state's electricity providers to get 100% of their power from clean energy sources by 2050 to limit carbon emissions and address climate change.
A Washington state man is accused of defying federal regulations that limit the number of people who can hike rim-to-rim at Grand Canyon National Park. Joseph Don Mount, of Chehalis, organized a trip in October with more than 150 people, according to a complaint filed this week in U.S. Magistrate Court in Flagstaff.
Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation to tighten Arizona laws on civil forfeitures of private property. The legislation requires that property can be forfeited and sold, only if the owner has been convicted of a crime related to the forfeiture.