U.S. Supreme Court rules that top Arizona lawmakers must testify in voting laws case
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen and House Speaker Ben Toma must answer questions about two voting laws.
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The Hobbs administration met with business leaders behind closed doors Monday to discuss ways to grow Arizona’s clean energy economy.
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The Show spoke with Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services about the continued battle over Arizona's dual language programs.
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The guidelines include using social media to help reunite pets with their owners, considering inmate labor at shelters, and prioritizing in-state over out-of-state transport.
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A blanket of bright green alfalfa spreads across western Arizona's McMullen Valley, ringed by rolling mountains and warmed by the hot desert sun.
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Republican lawmakers took shots at Arizona State University on Monday, alleging the school discouraged conservatives from speaking at two events — even though the school went forward with hosting the events in question.
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Traffic is restricted at the Lukeville border crossing, CBP says
Traffic at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing in Lukeville was limited Monday to shift more resources to illegal entries, U.S. authorities said in the latest sign of how fast-changing migration routes are challenging the government to keep up.
Attorney General Kris Mayes filed a lawsuit Monday against several pharmacy benefit managers and drug manufacturers. It alleges they schemed to inflate the price of insulin and other diabetes drugs in violation of the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.
A bill co-sponsored by Senator Mark Kelly wants to prevent former members of the U.S. military from training with Chinese and Russian armed forces.
The Arizona Corporation Commission will consider green lighting a long-term solution Wednesday for residents of the unincorporated Rio Verde Foothills community who lost access to their water supply earlier this year.
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The Show spoke with editorial page editor for the Arizona Republic Elvia Díaz about the growing discourse over free speech on college campuses.
The BBC's Rob Hugh-Jones joined The Show for a look at some of the key global stories in the coming days.
The Arizona Department of Health Services will open a grant application window in about a month for research institutions interested in conducting studies which measure the efficacy of psilocybin mushrooms.
President Joe Biden Sunday announced the release by Hamas militants of a four year old girl with family ties to Arizona. In an official White House video posted on X social media, Biden made remarks about Abigail Edan, whose parents were killed by Hamas in October.
Republicans want to pair border security with aid for Ukraine
As Congress returns to session this week, lawmakers will be trying to forge an agreement on sending a new round of wartime assistance to Ukraine. But to succeed, they will have to find agreement on an issue that has confounded them for decades.
The Arizona Cardinals and the owner of State Farm Stadium want a judge to block Glendale from letting the developer of a nearby unfinished resort build a parking garage. A new lawsuit against the city says there’s a thread-the-needle construction timeline to avoid conflict with major sporting events.
Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne is suing Gov. Katie Hobbs, Attorney General Kris Mayes and several school districts over dual language programs.
The Tucson City Council will ask the Superior Court to clarify whether a narrowly passed measure to raise council member salaries is subject to an automatic recount.
While Arizona allows gender amendments on birth certificates, it requires proof of gender reassignment surgery, a chromosomal count pointing towards a different sex or a court order.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes called for an emergency meeting of the state’s Civil Rights Advisory Board on Tuesday to explore ways to combat a rise in hate crimes.
A conservative group attempting to get verified as Arizona’s next political party did not collect enough signatures to qualify.