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Earlier this year Barbara Crowe relocated to Arizona from Florida to be closer to daughter and grandchildren.
The Arizona Technology Council, a trade organization that you might expect to push for laws related to things like job training and tax credits, announced that it's adding lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality issues to its lobbying agenda.
A Canadian mining company is poised to sue the Town of Florence for $403 million in the combative dispute over a proposed copper mine 60 miles southeast of Phoenix.
A 17-year-old Arizona girl and her two younger sisters hugged, touched each other's faces and talked about how they had all changed when they finally were reunited after their mother and stepfather kept them... A 17-year-old Arizona girl and her two younger sisters hugged, touched each other's faces and talked about how they had all changed when ... (more)
A state oversight committee was likely to get an earful Tuesday night at a public forum intended to solicit ideas on improving the Child Protective Services agency amid revelations that more than 6,500 child abuse and welfare reports were illegally closed without an investigation.
The wife of former Arizona lawmaker Ben Miranda says her husband's death was the result of heart disease.
An employee stows items at the Amazon.com Inc. fulfillment center in Phoenix. More than 131 million consumers are expected to shop Cyber Monday events, up from 129 million last year, according to the National Retail Federation.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has announced a second outside review of the state's child welfare agency to ensure that thousands of child abuse and neglect reports that were closed without being investigated are properly handled.
The deadline is Monday to make sure every one of the more than 6,000 child abuse reports ignored in Arizona get a second look.
On this date in 1883, a fight broke out in the Third District Court in Prescott over water rights litigation.
Attorney Kory Langhofer said lawmakers are not living up to their obligation to treat all public schools equally.
PHOENIX A serious collision has closed ramps connecting Loop 101 to Interstate 17 at the North Stack, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is being politically damaged by revelations that her administration ignored thousands of child abuse and neglect reports, leading to calls for her to replace her hand-picked leader of the state's social services agency.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is being bruised by revelations that her administration ignored thousands of child abuse and neglect reports.