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The state's elections director says an organization that has so far put nearly $1.7 million into this year's primary election likely is violating campaign finance laws.
The Tempe man, accused of pointing an AR-15 at people in Sky Harbor, says he brought a gun to the airport for "political purposes."
The race for who could be a heartbeat away from governor is being financed largely by a “dark money” group that will not disclose its donors.
The race for justice of the peace in the Kyrene District is, so far, peaceful
Lucky Break is donating a portion of its sales on two products to a local charity that helps out homeless animals through the rest of the month.
Parents have no inherent legal right to question or cross examine their children at hearings to determine if the youngsters should be permanently removed from their home, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
The Gilbert Police Department is recommending animal cruelty charges be brought against a 59-year-old woman who was squatting in a home with 79 cats.
Arizona schools chief John Huppenthal sparred with his Republican primary challenger, Diane Douglas, Tuesday evening in a debate that focused on the state's new Common Core school standards but also touched on anonymous blog posts Huppenthal made that forced him to apologize.
This beauty’s name is Lafawnda. She’s a Snowshoe cat, about 12 years old. She was returned several months ago due to no fault of her own. This is actually the second time she was returned. The first time she was in her home for nine years, but her owner became ill and could no longer care for her. The second time she was returned because her family was moving and couldn’t take her with them.
“I have never voted for any Republican presidential candidate, but if Rand Paul is nominated, he has my vote.”
Gubernatorial hopefuls Tuesday discussed issues related to education, immigration and the state’s economy as part of a series of five forums for statewide elections.
A body found in a home in Gilbert late last week could belong to a woman who died in the home almost four years ago.
The Gilbert Police Department is investigating a death after finding a body at a reportedly abandoned home on the 500 block of Leah Lane on Sunday.
The state's top school official apologized and repudiated anonymous blog posts he has made for at least the last four years equating welfare recipients with “lazy pigs” and declaring there should be no Spanish-language radio, TV, billboards and newspapers.
State School Superintendent John Huppenthal answers one of a series of questions to him at of a press conference Wednesday where he repudiated comments made in anonymous blogs about "lazy pigs" who get welfare and a diatribe against people who speak Spanish. But Huppenthal said he will not quit and will pursue his campaign for reelection. [Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services]
It’s no wonder that public education in Arizona is in a downward spiral.
The border has been all but erased. Mexico is not coming: It is here. This is not racist rant. My Mexican great-great-grandparents were here when the whole Southwest was still Mexican territory.
Crony capitalism occurs when government and the private sector scratch each other’s back. But that isn’t capitalism at all — rather its opposite.
Saying the busing is illegal, state Attorney General Tom Horne on Thursday threatened to sue federal officials for dropping off undocumented individuals in Tucson and Phoenix who were apprehended in Texas.
Claiming “systemic abuse” of children who arrive in this country alone, immigrant rights groups on Wednesday this morning the Department of Homeland Security conduct an immediate investigation.
Saying immigrant children being bused to Arizona may be being placed in danger, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery warned federal officials Monday they may be violating state child abuse laws.
Each year in Maricopa County, tens of thousands of animals are euthanized. The shelters fill up, the programs that aid animals with medical and behavioral problems can only take so many cases, and, unfortunately, the whole system can only care for so many.
Denise Rowland gets the facts wrong (“Tennessee Walking Horse Industry Follows Regulations” May 30) about our organization and the widespread nature of the cruel practice of horse “soring.” But consider the source: Ms. Rowland herself has violated the federal Horse Protection Act; two USDA veterinarians disqualified her horse from showing because of evidence he had been sored. She is an apologist for the industry, which has had four decades to eradicate soring and has failed miserably. Meanwhile, the American Horse Council, American Veterinary Medical Association, all 50 state Veterinary Medical Associations, the American Association of Equine Practitioners and many other industry organizations support the PAST Act and staunchly oppose the bogus Blackburn/Alexander legislation.
After reading a previous letter written to you by Michelle Lukasiewicz, I feel compelled to correct her gross misconception of the Tennessee Walking Horse Breed and her rainbows and roses description of the PAST Act.
Scottsdale photographer Susan Schmitz has partnered with Tempe-based Lost Our Home Pet Foundation to increase its animal adoption efforts.