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Former developer Karrin Taylor Robson mulling bid for 2022 guv’s race

Karrin Taylor Robson, a developer and prominent Republican donor, might run for governor in 2022.

McSally raises $3.4M, lags behind Dem challenger Kelly

Republican U.S. Sen. Martha McSally raised $3.4 million in the last quarter, a substantial sum that still lagged behind her likely Democratic opponent.

Ducey welcomes Nike after blasting company over shoe controversy

Just one week after lambasting Nike and withdrawing an offer of up to $1 million in incentives over its controversial decision to pull its...

Migrant minors alleged unsanitary conditions, abuse at Yuma border station

Migrant minors who were detained at a U.S. Border Patrol station in Yuma have alleged mistreatment and sexual assault, according to records obtained by...

Allen reverses course, will seek re-election in hotly contested district

A Republican senator’s unexpected re-election announcement has injected new drama into a key district in northern Arizona that could determine which party controls both...

Facility for 1,300 migrant minors opens in Texas

An emergency influx facility opened on June 30 in South Texas to hold up to 1,300 migrant teens who arrived in the country alone to seek protections, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday.

Prominent lobbyist angling for county attorney post, should Montgomery land on Supreme Court

Lobbyist and lawyer John Kaites is eyeing a possible appointment as Maricopa County’s top prosecutor if County Attorney Bill Montgomery gets a seat on the Arizona Supreme Court.

500-bed tent facility for migrant minors and families opens in Yuma

A Yuma tent facility to hold migrant families and minors is set to begin operations Friday night, according to the Associated Press.

Democrats cheer Supreme Court’s 2020 Census ruling

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court delayed the inclusion of the controversial citizenship question on the Census, calling the justification the Trump administration offered for adding the question “contrived.” The ruling was welcomed by Democrats in Arizona.

Despite SCOTUS ruling, Arizona redistricting rules still limit gerrymandering

While the U.S. Supreme Court gave the go-ahead for states to engage in unbridled gerrymandering, the Arizona Constitution has additional protections that could prevent...