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There is a 61 percent chance of the U.S. Interior Department declaring a shortage on the lower Colorado River by 2017, a Central Arizona Project official told state lawmakers Thursday.
Being great at something brings notoriety and oftentimes with notoriety comes an inflated ego, a sense of being better than others who haven’t achieved the same level of success.
Phoenix (AP) • The former legislator who championed Arizona’s 2010 immigration enforcement law is asking a federal judge to end pretrial questioning of the ex-lawmaker as part of a challenge to the law.
PHOENIX -- In a major victory for patients, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Thursday they can sue prescription drug companies for consumer fraud.
PHOENIX (AP) — Five former Arizona child-welfare workers have filed suit against the state for what they call their wrongful termination amid an agency scandal, their attorney said Wednesday.
PHOENIX -- A driver who caused a deadly wrong-way crash on Interstate 17 early Tuesday had a blood-alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit, according to court records.
PHOENIX (AP) — The defense in the Jodi Arias resentencing trial has rested, and the convicted murderer isn't planning to go back on the witness stand.
Desert Vista's Brandon Clarke (23) drives the ball down the court during the basketball game between Corona del Sol and Desert Vista at Corona del Sol High School on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015.
Desert Vista walks onto the court to begin their warm-up against Corona at Corona Del Sol High School on January 27, 2015
Jodi Arias during her sentencing phase retrial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix Jan. 9. (AP Photo/Tom Tingle)
PHOENIX (AP) — Majority Republicans in the Arizona House have voted to change the body's rules and close caucuses to lobbyists, reporters and other members of the public.
PHOENIX (AP) — Federal authorities say an immigrant was out on bond and awaiting deportation hearings when he killed a Phoenix-area convenience store clerk over a pack of cigarettes.
KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) — A mental-competency exam may be conducted for a 44-year-old Arizona death row inmate who wants no further appeals in his case stemming from the 2006 beating death of his 14-year-old niece in Kingman.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix woman is being held without bond after being accused of producing child pornography and distributing it online.
The sun seemed to be shine on Gilbert Christian’s boys basketball program in November, and things were good.
PHOENIX (AP) — Lawyers for Arizona school districts and the state Legislature have agreed to participate in court-mediated talks aimed at resolving a dispute over inflation funding for schools.
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona lawmaker who sponsored a law against "revenge porn" is working on a new version after a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups forced it to be put on hold.
Last week, the state of Oklahoma executed Charles Warner after the Supreme Court refused to halt his execution while he appealed the constitutionality of the drugs used to kill him. Warner and three...