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8 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Record-breaking lows and brisk winds made drivers' morning commute a chilly one around Arizona, according to the National Weather Service, with the agency warning that more freezing temperatures are in store.
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13 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media
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17 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
Senator Leah Landrum Taylor is making her bid for Arizona Secretary of State official as she winds down on nearly 16 years as a state lawmaker.
New $225,000 Grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Helps Move the Needle for The Arizona We Want Campaign The action agenda of the 2.0 report addresses the issue of Arizona's increasing poverty rate by focusing on three fundamental requirements for quality of life: a competitive education, access to healthcare services, and employment.
Supporters of the Independent Redistricting Commission want a federal court to rule that the Arizona Legislature has no right to challenge the voter-approved law.
Arizonans who have individual health insurance plans that don't meet new standards under the Affordable Care Act won't be allowed to renew them after Jan. 1 despite a call from President Barack Obama for states to do so.
Earlier this year Barbara Crowe relocated to Arizona from Florida to be closer to daughter and grandchildren.
The Arizona Technology Council, a trade organization that you might expect to push for laws related to things like job training and tax credits, announced that it's adding lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality issues to its lobbying agenda.
A Canadian mining company is poised to sue the Town of Florence for $403 million in the combative dispute over a proposed copper mine 60 miles southeast of Phoenix.
A 17-year-old Arizona girl and her two younger sisters hugged, touched each other's faces and talked about how they had all changed when they finally were reunited after their mother and stepfather kept them... A 17-year-old Arizona girl and her two younger sisters hugged, touched each other's faces and talked about how they had all changed when ... (more)
A state oversight committee was likely to get an earful Tuesday night at a public forum intended to solicit ideas on improving the Child Protective Services agency amid revelations that more than 6,500 child abuse and welfare reports were illegally closed without an investigation.
The wife of former Arizona lawmaker Ben Miranda says her husband's death was the result of heart disease.