An Arizona lawmaker has a unique idea to raise funds for President Donald Trump’s border wall.
"I'm still talking to my family, to a lot of my supporters and we'll be coming to a decision in the next couple of weeks," Gallego said Monday.
A local civil rights leader said a state lawmaker with a record of making racially offensive comments could face a formal censure next week at the Capitol.
The top Democrat in the state house warned Thursday that Gov. Doug Ducey's plan to secure Arizona's water future risks creating another environmental hazard.
Few details are available publicly on a conservation draft agreement that Gov. Doug Ducey says is necessary to secure Arizona's water future.
"This was one of the biggest black marks on the state of Arizona in its entire history," Sen. Martin Quezada said.
Calls for a statewide ban on texting while driving is picking up momentum at the state Capitol following the death this week of a police officer.
A long-term care facility dragged its feet alerting the family members of patients that a defenseless woman was raped and later gave birth there, said one woman, whose daughter lives at Hacienda Healthcare.
New court records show the woman in a vegetative state who gave birth to a baby last month has been living at a south Phoenix care facility for 27 years, longer than previously thought, according to court records.
Starting tomorrow Phoenix residents get a chance to voice their opinion on a proposed $230 million deal to overhaul the home of the Phoenix Suns.