Recent weeks have brought an unrelenting torrent of bad news around Arizona’s universal school voucher program, the largest and least accountable in the country.
Last week, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs declared an emergency in response to the intense heat wave being felt around the state.
Gas prices throughout the United States have continued their upward trend over the previous months and years, due to increasing oil prices.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes has joined a group of bipartisan state attorneys general to beef up enforcement and prevent anti-trust activity within the nation’s food system.
On Tuesday, President Joe Biden announced the designation of a new national monument near the Grand Canyon.
Shawnna Bolick told the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors that she had moved on from the 2020 and 2022 elections but a review of her social media postings show a Republican who consistently shares election misinformation as well as posts from influencers in the conspiracy theory world.
One organization wants to help the longest waiting children in Arizona’s foster-care system find their way into loving, adoptive family homes.
Katie Hobbs made history on Monday, becoming the first sitting Arizona governor to address the Navajo Nation Council, congratulating the council on its 100 years as a governing body and discussing her office’s commitment to Arizona’s tribal nations.
Inflation in the United States continued its downward trend, as consumer prices rose three percent this year through June, a significant decrease in the previously skyrocketing inflation trends, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Arizona legislature has been in session for 184 days with no end in sight. Of the many things one could say about this unique session, which has been filled with a half-dozen extended breaks, one thing has been certain for many Capitol regulars: This session has been more tense, more partisan and contentious than previous sessions.