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Veteran Republican lawmaker Russell Pearce solidly led his opponent, Democrat Judah Nativio, in the race for Senate District 18 Tuesday night. In unofficial returns, Pearce held nearly 60 percent of the vote in the Mesa district.
Ellen Shamah asks, from left, State Rep. Jeff Dial, State Rep. Bob Robson and State Sen. John McComish a question during a legislative forum at Kyrene School District on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013.
Mitzi Epstein, of Arizona PTA, brings up their "Kyrene Wheel" initiative to, from left, State Rep. Jeff Dial, State Rep. Bob Robson and State Sen. John McComish during a legislative forum at Kyrene School District on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013.
State Rep. Bob Robson answers Laurie Jake's question during a legislative forum at Kyrene School District on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013.
House allows guns anywhere in cars
A politician's son was robbed at gunpoint last week in Mesa while putting up campaign signs for his father.
Saying lawmakers too often ignore Arizona’s veterans unless there is a crisis, a state representative visited the Arizona State Veteran Home on Wednesday to deliver books and share a native prayer with a fellow Navajo.
Arizona needs more prisons to keep up with its growing inmate population, which already exceeds the intended capacity by an estimated 4,500 bodies. But who will build them?
State legislators moved Thursday to give state employees the largest raise they’ve had in decades.
Senate OKs bill to limit emission rules
The days of being able to evade photo radar and red-light cameras may be drawing to a close.
Changes to DUI laws approved
Bill to protect certain school subjects vetoed
Church zoning: Churches would get some special protections against local regulations under the terms of legislation approved Wednesday by the House.
The state’s projected $600 million budget shortfall was at the top of legislators’ minds Thursday during Scottsdale’s Mayor and City Council breakfast series at City Hall.
KEY ISSUES: Sen. Meg Burton Cahill, center, introduces Scottsdale Mayor Mary Manross at City Hall to talk about key issues expected to rise during the 2008 legislative session. At left is Rep. Michele Reagan.
On a party-line vote the state House on Wednesday approved sweeping changes to the personnel system designed to give the governor and her department heads more power to discipline and fire state workers.
Arizona companies could get a bit of a financial leg-up in their effort to sell goods and services to the state.
A one-term legislator said Tuesday he has the experience to be Arizona's secretary of state - and governor if need be.
Rep. Chris Deschene, D-Window Rock, announces his bid Tuesday to become secretary of state. Deschene said while he has been in the Legislature just one year he is qualified to become governor if the need arises, given this state's history of governors quitting or being ousted.
State lawmakers sent Gov. Jan Brewer the same spending package on Thursday she vetoed more than a month ago in hopes the move will produce a different result.
With virtually no dissent, lawmakers approved changes in state tax law Thursday designed to keep money flowing at the same rate from worker paychecks into the state treasury.