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Arizona’s study committee on murdered or missing indigenous women or girls is seeking to speak with family members of murdered or missing loved ones or those who themselves have gone missing but were later located.
Former Attorney General Grant Woods wants nothing more in 2020 than to see President Donald Trump and his Republican allies, like U.S. Sen. Martha McSally, lose their bids to stay in power.
The Democratic National Committee released two digital ads, one in English and one in Spanish, targeting Tucson voters during Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Arizona on Tuesday.
A Maricopa County judge ruled Thursday that records relating to allegations that Google violated Arizona’s consumer fraud statutes should be unsealed, marking a victory for Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
The conservative anti-Trump group The Lincoln Project announced its Arizona leadership team Thursday, including former Attorney General Grant Woods and three former GOP state legislators.
Researchers say data breaches have cost Arizona an estimated $1.6 billion since 2005. Across the entire nation, more than 11 billion records have been exposed...
The Republican Party will have three candidates for the Corporation Commission after Jim O’Connor earned enough write-in votes to qualify for the November ballot. O’Connor...
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe appears unlikely to get a chance to reclaim his old job, as he narrowly trails in the Republican primary to his former chief deputy, Jerry Sheridan.
An order President Donald Trump issued last month to exclude immigrants without authorization to live in the country from a population count used to redistribute between states the 435 seated voting members of the U.S. House of Representatives.
The federal agency in charge of adjudicating immigration benefits is increasing the fee to become a U.S. citizen by 83% and charging a new fee for people seeking asylum.