Politics and Government

Conservationists file notice of intent to sue EPA over Queen Creek mining waste

Aug 10, 2022 The groups also take aim at the state Department of Environmental Quality.

State issues mercury warning for some fish caught in Patagonia Lake

Aug 10, 2022 The warning only applies to eating Flathead Catfish.

Fight over Resolution Copper Mine drags on

Aug 8, 2022 Both sides expect the fight to continue

Campaigning for the general election begins

Aug 8, 2022 Arizona's candidates for governor launched their general election campaigns over the weekend.

Supreme Court ruling against EPA hurts, may not hobble clean air in Arizona

Aug 7, 2022 The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 includes money to combat climate change.

Pinal County names new recorder amid election woes reshuffle

Aug 5, 2022 The move comes one day after the Election Director was fired.

Convictions won’t be tossed in deadly 1970 Tucson hotel fire

Aug 5, 2022 No new evidence of innocence was found.

Cochise Democrats ready for the general election

Aug 5, 2022 The party wants to focus on issues.

The Buzz: Primary Election 2022 is in the books

Aug 5, 2022 Some races were close but now the ballot is set for November.

Trump ally Kari Lake wins GOP primary for Arizona governor

Aug 4, 2022 Lake's victory is a blow to the GOP establishment, which lined up behind lawyer and businesswoman Karrin Taylor Robson.

Adrian Fontes wins Democratic primary for secretary of state

Aug 4, 2022 The former Maricopa County recorder will face state Rep. Mark Finchem in the general election.

US Senate confirms Arizona attorney to 9th Circuit

Aug 4, 2022 The lawyer is a well know election attorney from Phoenix.

Pinal County Elections Director out

Aug 4, 2022 Changes were promised after election problems on Tuesday.

Bankruptcies in AZ dropped in 2022

Aug 3, 2022 Fiscal year saw filings drop by 23 percent

Five takeaways from Arizona's primary

Aug 2, 2022 The votes are in but the election is not over yet.

Republicans lead voter registration but no party voters are catching up

Aug 2, 2022 Voters registered with no party are continuing their decades long growth.

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