Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, announced in a statement this week that she is stepping away from public engagements.

Arizona Public Media reported that Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy is holding a forum this week in Tucson to look for solutions to the stat

The Arizona Republic reported the number of newly registered young voters has surged in Arizona this year compared to other age groups and may even outmatch the number seen in 2016, a pres

The Sahuarita Sun reported that Sahuarita resident Adriana Araceli Hall announced she will drive anyone in Green Valley or Sahuarita to their voting site Nov. 6.

The Phoenix Business Journal reported that the White House has released a plan that it said would improve water reliability and availability in the West by streamlining regulatory processe

In addition to a full slate of candidates, Arizona voters will also consider five propositions on the ballot in the November 2018 general election.

Fox News reported that recent polls show the Republican Senate candidate in Arizona continues gaining ground, suggesting the circus-like Kavanaugh hearings could help the GOP hold Congress

The Associated Press reported that a trial over water rights is underway in one of the longest-running court cases in Arizona history that will determine who has rights to water from the L

West Valley View reported that community members are concerned because Arizona’s incarceration rate has gone up, but crime has decreased, according to remarks made at a recent public Arizo

Arizona Education News reported that in a series of meetings, Career and Technical Education administrators grappled with how to grade the state’s CTE programs.

Christine Thompson, president and CEO of Expect More Arizona, wrote a commentary for The Seventy Four organization, a nonpartisan news site focused on education, in which she describes the

FOX News reported that in Arizona’s highly contested Senate race, it could all come down to independent voters to decide who will be the next senator.