A federal judge has blocked a 2022 Arizona law that voting-rights advocates say would have made it harder for some Native Americans to vote.
After 20 years of waiting, Arizona seniors are cheering the fact that Medicare will begin negotiating the prices of commonly-used, life-saving pharmaceuticals.
Many Arizonans will start making payments on their student loans again next month, so it is time for those borrowers to figure out where they stand financially.
A new report highlights policy actions it says could benefit people living in rural Arizona.
The wild burro population in northwest Arizona is about four times the appropriate management level, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
Arizona is one of 12 states that have been the target of hoax calls to police or suicide hotlines where a man on the line says he aims to kill himself and others with a bomb, prompting a police response in an online form of harassment known as “swatting.”
Medical care is expensive and continues to get more costly. Many people in Arizona only become aware of this after they get a bill for their care.
Here in Arizona, jobs and investments in electric vehicles (EVs) have soared—in the last seven months, EV investments in the state have nearly tripled, with $10.9 billion in investments and 11,500 associated direct new jobs.
Grades are in for Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs and the Arizona Legislature. The Grand Canyon chapter of the Sierra Club and Chispa Arizona this week released this year’s environmental report card in English and Spanish.
As the 2024 election approaches rather quickly, we should take time to reflect on the 2022 midterms. For the first time in a long time, students came out in record numbers to vote, breaking turnout records and creating change in Arizona.