Alleging voting "irregularities,'' the Arizona Republican Party is launching what it calls its own an "independent audit'' of practices by Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes -- an audit being aided by a law firm that represents the party.
A new water plant was dedicated in Mesa Saturday. Built with bond money that was approved by voters in 2014, the $126 million Signal Butte facility will allow southeast Mesa to continue to grow, according to city officials.
Democrat Katie Hobbs has declared victory in Arizona's Secretary of State race. She released a statement Friday evening saying, "Tonight we won the race for Arizona’s Secretary of State. I want to thank all of my supporters, volunteers, staff and Arizona voters for entrusting me with this responsibility."
Gov. Doug Ducey has fired state parks director Sue Black. Black had been on leave since the beginning of the month, when the state announced a criminal investigation into whether her agency had bulldozed archeological sites.
During the depths of the Great Recession and in its aftermath more families chose to live together. But despite a better economy, the trend of multi-generational households is continuing. Research shows that about 10 percent of American kids are living in a three-generation home.
A newly released report has found nearly half of the 806 child deaths last year in Arizona could have been prevented. The Annual Arizona Child Fatality Review Program reports a rise in firearm-related fatalities and suicides.
Numbers released Thursday from the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity show the percent of Arizonans unemployed and looking for work is identical to what it was a year ago. And it remains a full percentage point above the national average.
Amazon's new HQ is going to be split in two. That followed a lengthy application process that included more than 200 cities putting in a bid. So did those communities waste their time or were the efforts worthwhile?
To talk about the results from Election Day in Arizona — as ballot counting is almost done — and Jeff Flake’s latest stand in the Senate, The Show was joined by Jon Gabriel, editor in chief of Ricochet.com and Sam Richard of Creosote Partners.
It’s not yet 8 a.m., and the recycling center in the town of Kamikatsu is already bustling. Locals arrive in a steady stream, unloading bags full of bottles, cans, and paper into dozens of clearly-labeled bins — all neatly lined up in rows.
Echoes of 2000 campaign between George Bush vs. Al Gore haunt the 2016 midterm elections in Florida. David Smiley, a political reporter at The Miami Herald, recaps the status of manual recounts in Florida and the potential that candidates will launch more legal challenges.