Three Maricopa County Sheriff candidates expressed a desire to reform the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office if elected.
Several students and state officials reacted negatively to Gov. Jan Brewer's appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case to make constitutional a law that would remove state domestic partner benefits.
Name: Jerry Lewis Party: Republican Running for: State Senate, 26th Legislative District Previous Experience: Served as senator for the 18th Legislative District after beating Russell Pearce in 2011’s recall election State Press: What made you decide to run for the State Senate? Jerry Lewis: I had some good friends that encouraged me last year to run against Russell Pearce in the recall and my first response was, "I don't want anything to do with a recall, sorry." So after a lot of consideration my wife and I said, "No thanks." And they said this isn't really actually a recall, he's going to put his name in to be a replacement for Jeff Flake and be running for the state senate seat and the representative's office will open itself up and he probably won't be running for that office.
Despite mixed reactions among Americans to President Barack Obama's June 15 immigration resolution, ASU administration and students indicated their support for the policy change.
Immigrants' rights activists and Sheriff Joe Arpaio supporters demonstrated outside of Maricopa County Jail Saturday evening.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Tucson Mayor Jonathon Rothschild and at least 20 other U.S. mayors sponsored a resolution requesting the federal government to allow illegal immigrant youth to seek legal status in the U.S.
A proposal from the Arizona legislature that would create a spent nuclear fuel recycling facility serving the nation has raised questions among environmental groups.
Tucson residents and students say former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ image will play a role in the June election’s outcome.
Prospective medical marijuana vendors seeking licensing can begin turning in applications to the Arizona Department of Health Services on May 14.
Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill that would prohibit expecting mothers from having an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy.