Arizona Corporation Commission

A former Arizona utility regulator has been indicted on bribery and fraud charges in what prosecutors said was a scheme to funnel $31,000 in payments to him and arrange his purchase of a $350,000 property in exchange for favorable votes for a utility.

The Daily Courier

Arizona officials have agreed to sell two buggies used by 19 fallen firefighters to a Los Angeles fire museum.

Al Jazeera

The Arizona Supreme Court says former Attorney General Tom Horne didn't get a fair hearing of his appeal of a finding that he violated campaign finance laws during his 2010 campaign.

Amber Brown/Courtesy of Salt River Project

The Navajo Nation Council has been asked to approve an agreement between the tribe and the owners of the Navajo Generating Station to extend the operations of the power plant in northern Arizona.

Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography

The Arizona Supreme Court is expected to rule on former Attorney General Tom Horne's appeal of a finding that found he violated campaign finance laws during his 2010 campaign.

David Wallace / AZ Central

Governor Doug Ducey has appointed a new Director of the Arizona Department of Economic Security.

Coconino National Forest

Coconino National Forest officials have closed an area west of Lake Mary Road as they allow a lightning-caused wildfire to continue to burn. Officials say they want the 600-acre Snake Ridge Fire to grow much larger to remove dead wood and other fuel to reduce the risk of severe wildfire.

AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin

Arizona residents want to see a shuttle service come to a state park with an overfilled parking lot.

A group of Yarnell residents presented their idea for the Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park to the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization last week, The Daily Courier reported.

Tucson Police Department

The Arizona Supreme Court says police can't frisk people just because they're in a high-crime neighborhood and with somebody else who runs off when police approach.

Ryan Hagerty, USFWS

The National Park Service has released a plan to reduce the number of bison on the Grand Canyon’s North Rim. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports, they’re trampling wetlands and archaeological sites.


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