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Pinnacle West paying ex-CEO Brandt big bucks for consulting

Don Brandt is retiring as chief executive officer for Arizona Public Service and its parent company Pinnacle West, but that doesn’t mean he’s out...

Former lawmaker Miranda seeks return to legislature

A former lawmaker with a well-known name in Democratic politics is looking to make a comeback and is challenging two incumbents as she seeks...

Judge lifts confidentiality order on Arizona redistricting documents from GOP operative

A judge in North Carolina lifted a confidentiality order on a trove of digital files from a deceased Republican strategist that includes thousands of...

Kavanagh, Lawrence still plan to add penalties to sanctuary cities

Two Republicans lawmakers said they’ll continue with legislative plans to add penalties on sanctuary cities, even after an overwhelming majority of Tucson voters said...

Nazi group posts swastikas at ASU Tempe campus

A Nazi group posted flyers at various locations around Arizona State University’s Tempe campus Tuesday, according to a post by the Anti-Defamation League. The group,...

Mohave County declares itself a Second Amendment sanctuary

Mohave County became the latest local government and the first in Arizona to join the burgeoning Second Amendment sanctuary movement. The county’s Board of Supervisors...

Bipartisan bill could give undocumented Arizona farmworkers path to citizenship

A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives last week could mean a path to citizenship for unauthorized immigrants in Arizona who...
Jennifer Harrison

MariCo supes unanimously appointed extremist who called Latino lawmakers ‘illegals’ to GOP post

Nearly 15 months after she made local and international headlines for her role in a protest at the Capitol in which pro-Trump activists called Latino and Native American legislators and staff “illegals” and told them to “get out of my country,” the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Jennifer Harrison to a partisan position.

Migrant shelter shut down by feds for child abuse incidents reopens in Youngtown

A migrant youth shelter in the West Valley that was shut down last year by the federal government following reports of child abuse has reopened, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Arizona CenturyLink customer data leaked online

Information including the names, physical addresses, emails, account numbers and conversation logs of Arizona CenturyLink customers have been leaked in an online database for 10 months, according to researchers.
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