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Trump supporter from Arizona who got caught up in a January 6 conspiracy theory sues Fox News

Raymond Epps, a former Marine who said he was forced from his Arizona home due to threats, is asking for unspecified damages and a jury trial.

Arizona woman who faked being a nurse practitioner during pandemic gets 5-year prison term

The Arizona Board of Nursing began investigating O’Guinn after she falsely claimed that she was a medical professional

Arizona executive order safeguards abortion seekers and providers from prosecution

Only Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes, a Democrat, will be able to oversee abortion-related prosecutions.

Man involved in deadly 2021 Arizona Amtrak train shooting gets 10 years in prison

The man pleaded pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana and two charges related to using and possessing a firearm in relation to drug trafficking.

Arizona Republican election official sues Kari Lake for defamation

Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer said he's faced “violent vitriol and other dire consequences” because of lies spread by Lake, including death threats and the loss of friendships.

Lawsuit protesting Arizona governor’s refusal to execute prisoner dismissed

Hobbs has vowed to not carry out any death sentences until there is confidence the state can do so without violating the law.

Supreme Court rules against Navajo Nation in Colorado River water rights case

Colorado had argued that siding with the Navajo Nation would undermine existing agreements and disrupt the management of the river.

Court rules Arizona ban on per-signature pay for ballot initiatives constitutional

The seven-member panel unanimously agreed the 2017 law does not violate the First Amendment rights of petition circulators.

Case against ex-Arizona corrections boss in 2022 standoff with officers pushed to July

The judge agreed to move Monday’s settlement conference until the morning of July 13 after attorneys for both sides said they wanted to examine additional evidence.

Arizona death row inmate released after 29 years behind bars

A Pima County judge ordered the release of Jones after approving a deal between his defense team and prosecutors.

Appeals court sends UA harassment claim back to trial court

The three-judge panel found that Title IX bars sexual harassment on the basis of perceived sexual orientation.

Former Constable Candidate Indicted by AZ Attorney General for Fraud

The Huachuca City resident faces nine felony charges

4 in Arizona get prison time for fraudulently getting millions in federal COVID-19 aid

Federal prosecutors said Thursday four people in three separate cases were recently given “significant prison terms” for taking advantage of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.

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