Arizona National Guard troops deploying to Jacob Blake protests in Wisconsin

Arizona is sending National Guard troops to Wisconsin to help restore order after several nights of protests, riots and shootings that left two protesters dead following the shooting of a Black man by a police officer in the city of Kenosha.

Partisan groups laying the groundwork to shape Arizona redistricting

Partisan groups have been quietly preparing for the upcoming redistricting process, the first steps of which have just barely begun as hopeful applicants volunteer to serve on the next Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

What we know about the National Guard plane that surveilled protests

The Arizona National Guard flew a surveillance aircraft over Black Lives Matter protests in June to assist the Phoenix Police Department, and a newly released Air Force inspector general’s report details some more information on the aircraft’s history and capabilities. 

Arizona National Guard used surveillance plane to deter protests

The Arizona Air National Guard flew a surveillance airplane over Black Lives Matter protests in June to aid Phoenix police in deterring peaceful demonstrations, according to a report by the U.S. Air Force’s inspector general.

Unsealed Google lawsuit docs show its own engineers were confused by privacy settings

In internal emails unsealed Friday by an Arizona judge in an ongoing consumer fraud lawsuit, Google employees admitted that some parts of their applications' location privacy settings were confusing and could be misleading. 

Ducey lays out how Arizona gyms and bars will reopen

Businesses that Gov. Doug Ducey ordered closed in response to the worsening COVID-19 crisis now have a light at the end of the tunnel after the state set out public health benchmarks that would allow them to reopen.

Trump’s $400 a week jobless aid could be just $300. It depends on where you live.

Governors, lawmakers and state unemployment agencies on Monday wrestled with confusion created by President Donald Trump’s executive action extending unemployment benefits, and it appeared some states could settle for $300 a week in benefits instead of the $400 that the president touted.

Judge rules that Google fraud lawsuit documents should be public

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.

Arizona has lost $1B from data breaches since 2005

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 by more than 12,000 data breaches since 2005, according to...

Will Trump’s apportionment order take away an Arizona district?

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. 
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