Gov. Jan Brewer arrived on the West campus Wednesday morning for a ceremonial signing of a student-drafted bill.
Candidates for Arizona’s Legislative District 10 debated at the West campus Tuesday night on topics ranging from immigration to the economy.
Two ASU professors discuss why the ruling against federally funded stem cell research is misguided.
Arizona voters will be asked this November to approve a state law that contradicts federal health care reform.
Candidates hoping to represent north Tempe in the state House of Representatives faced off Wednesday evening in a debate that covered an array of issues.
Four candidates vying for Arizona’s highest office met at ASU’s Downtown campus Wednesday night for the first post-primary debate in the state’s gubernatorial race.
Arizona’s new immigration law has become a deciding factor for some prospective students this year.
Republican candidate David Schweikert for the U.S. Congressional District 5 celebrates primary results, along with other local Republicans.
This is the final installment in The State Press’ five-week series that highlighted the gubernatorial candidates and their platforms. The primary election will be held Aug. 24, and early voting begins July 29.
U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton issued a preliminary injunction against parts of Arizona’s new immigration law Wednesday, the day before the law went into effect, blocking key parts from being implemented.
Protesters demonstrate despite injunction against immigration law's key provisions; majority of law still takes effect
Protesters gathered at various places throughout Phoenix Thursday to express opposition to the implementation of Arizona’s new immigration law.
In the wake of all Tempe employees receiving a 5 percent pay reduction, the union for the city’s fire department is disputing a possible breach of contract.
In our five-week series, The State Press will highlight the candidates and their platforms. The primary election will be held Aug. 24, and early voting begins July 29. This is part IV.