State Capitol News

Mark Henle/The Arizona Republic

A group of Gov. Doug Ducey supporters has ended a bid to knock a primary challenger off the ballot.

 

Mark Henle/The Arizona Republic

A judge has ruled that the first state lawmaker in the U.S. to be ousted over sexual misconduct allegations after the rise of the #MeToo movement can run for the Arizona Senate because he is a resident of the district he wants to represent.

Capitol Media Services 2017 file photo by Howard Fischer

A Republican lawmaker is being criticized for saying "there aren't enough white kids to go around" when discussing integration in schools at an event in northern Arizona.

Ryan Heinsius

More than 300 Navajo Generating Station employees, relatives and union and tribal leaders rallied in Phoenix on Wednesday to request a 90-day pause in steps to close the plant by the end of 2019 as scheduled.

Phoenix Business Journal

Wind and solar power currently account for less than 10 percent of the energy produced in Arizona. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports, a proposed state constitutional amendment would increase the use of renewables significantly in the coming decade. 


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