Arizona Supreme Court

An Arizona Supreme Court ruling Tuesday holds a state prison inmate's convictions and sentences in a 2008 killing in which a fellow inmate was stabbed 114 times with prison-made shanks. 

Arizona Sets Guidelines In Tribal Sovereign Immunity Cases

Feb 27, 2020

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that a woman who was severely injured on a rafting trip through the Grand Canyon can proceed with a lawsuit against the tribal corporation that ran the excursion.

Arizona Supreme Court To Consider Tuition Case

Feb 12, 2020

The Arizona Supreme Court will consider an appeal from the state attorney general of a dismissal of a lawsuit over tuition fees at the state's three public universities.

Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft say they won't change their service at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport until Arizona's highest court rules on proposed fee increases to pick up and drop off customers. 

Arizona Governor's Office

The Arizona Supreme Court says a woman can't use her frozen embryos to have a baby because her ex-husband doesn't want to have children.