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Arizona House again refuses to repeal 1864 abortion law but Senate agrees

House Speaker Ben Toma kept the bill from being brought up.

Shaman sidelined: Chansley among more than 70 to miss signature threshold

Jacob Angeli-Chansley, better known as the “Qanon Shaman,” will not be going back to Washington – at least not in any official capacity.

Senate hopeful Kari Lake fears AZ abortion ban will motivate voters in November

Senate candidate Kari Lake continued to oppose the revival of Arizona’s 1864 near-total ban on abortion, during a campaign rally at the University of Arizona on Thursday night.

AZ bill targets squatters: Owners could call police for immediate removal

The bill is headed up to the governor's desk for final approval.

Hours after near-total ban upheld: Providers in AZ abortion clinic fear for patients' lives

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a Civil War-era law that bans nearly all abortions, except to save the life of a pregnant person.

Mayes urges SCOTUS: protect emergency abortion care amid Idaho ban

The amicus brief comes weeks before the United States Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments for the case.

State superintendent helps parent sue AZ school district over dual language learning

The lawsuit comes nearly two weeks after a judge dismissed a similar case.

Arizona Presidential Preference Election Live Results

Polls close at 7 p.m., expect first results around 8 p.m.

Few surprises expected in Arizona’s Presidential Preference Election

Strategists said they’d be on the lookout for protest voters against President Biden for his handling of Israel and Palestine.

Hobbs vetoes Arizona Starter Homes Act despite bipartisan support

The bill would have banned cities from requiring homeowners associations and minimize single-family home sizes.

Sinema not running for re-election

Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announced Tuesday she will not run for re-election and will step down at the end of her term.

The Buzz: What can states do at the US-Mexico border?

Federal law rules the land when it comes to border enforcement, but local governments can help.

The Buzz: What happens when Washington comes to town?

The Buzz rides along as a federal advisor goes on a tour with city officials.

Arizona voters prepare for Presidential Preference Election: What you need to know

Here are some frequently asked questions that voters have for the presidential preference election.

The Buzz: Changes to Arizona's elections

Election moves come as the state prepares for more mandatory recounts.

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