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Trial over Kari Lake’s last challenge to loss in Arizona governor’s race ends for 2nd day

The trial over Kari Lake's challenge to her defeat in the Arizona governor's race will go for a third day.

Trial over Kari Lake’s last challenge to loss in Arizona governor’s race wraps up 1st day

Lake's lawyers spent Wednesday, the first day of a three-day trial showing video and taking testimony from two previous signature screeners.

Court rejects claim that copper mine land is needed for jaguar preservation

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling is a win for the Rosemont Copper Mine.

Kari Lake headed to trial on last remaining claim in suit over loss in Arizona governor’s race

The judge says Lake should have the chance to present testimony about whether Arizona’s most populous county properly verified signatures on ballot affidavit envelopes.

Kari Lake election challenge shouldn't proceed, Arizona officials say

Arizona officials and the Democratic governor have urged a judge to throw out Republican Kari Lake’s last remaining election misconduct claim.

Judge rejects Arizona Sen. Wendy Rogers' restraining order against reporter

“The strongest point is investigative reporting is a legitimate purpose. lt just is,” said Judge Howard Grodman.

$50M claim filed over fatal eviction shooting in Tucson

The family of an Arizona property manager who was fatally shot during an attempted eviction last year has filed a $50 million claim against Pima County and others.

Arizona GOP loses bid to undo $18K in fees over 2020 election lawsuit

The Arizona GOP said it will be meeting with lawyers to “discuss the best path forward.”

Planned Parenthood Arizona will adapt medication abortions if access to an abortion pill is limited

The clinics will move to use an alternative single-drug protocol if access is limited, instead of a dual-drug procedure.

Arizona Senate settles suit over election audit for $150K

The agreement also specifies that the settlement is not an indication of any wrongdoing.

Arizona AG loses argument to keep Cochise County interim Elections Director out for now

The judge said the existing agreement contains enough safegaurds while a permanent director is found

Lawsuit aims to block Arizona's restrictions on transgender athletes in schools

The lawsuit claims the current state law that stops transgender girls from playing on girls' sports teams is unconstitutional.

Iowa man pleads guilty in Arizona election threats case

Federal prosecutors said 64-year-old Mark Rissi of Hiawatha left voicemail messages targeting Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman and Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, both Republicans.

Arizona court upholds clergy privilege in child abuse case

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can refuse to answer questions or turn over documents under a state law.

University of Arizona sued over former governor's home

The lawsuit states that the home holds more than monetary value for the Castro family.

US judge issues order in Arizona prison health care case

A U.S. District Court judge has made permanent an order that aims to improve the way Arizona delivers health care to incarcerated people in state-run prisons.

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