Russian hackers breached a state election network in Arizona, a state official said Monday night.
An accused Islamic State supporter was indicted by an Arizona grand jury Thursday on charges of plotting to bomb a state Motor Vehicle Division office near Phoenix.
The Arizona Supreme Court will have the final word on whether taxpayers can be forced to foot the bill for public sector union activities.
Arizona State University students face yet another tuition hike for the 2015-16 school year, nearly doubling the cost of attendance in the last decade, while also contributing more than half a million dollars to the Clinton Foundation last year.
An Arizona man created the American Flag Challenge early this month after seeing video of protesters stomping on the flag. Bryce Wagner said the disrespect he saw motivated him to do something to honor the flag and all it stands for.
It’s 3 P.M. on a Friday and I’m in the Arizona desert holding a fully automatic short barreled Vietnam-era Colt M16A1. I’m running toward a trench. As I jump into the trench I load a 30-round magazine into the gun, hit the bolt release, and start firing.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R.) signed into law two key piece of legislation that will expand school choice to more children, giving parents the opportunity to spend funds slated for public schools on a school that meets their child’s needs.