Attorney General Mark Brnovich

A campaign against human trafficking aims to enlist the help of thousands of truck drivers.

Bureau of Land Management

A settlement requires a Flagstaff-based outfitter to pay $30,000 in restitution for refunds for failing to provide guide and other services to out-of-state customers who paid in advance to hunt deer and bighorn sheep in Arizona and Mexico.

The Arizona Attorney General's Office says the consent judgment also requires Sonoran Outfitters Adventures LLC run by Todd Basil Rice to pay an additional $30,000 in restitution if additional consumers surface with valid claims in the next 90 days.

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The Arizona attorney general's office is reviewing whether the state's resign-to-run law means sitting lawmakers must step down if they decide to run for former U.S. Rep. Trent Franks' seat.

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State prosecutors say a woman has pleaded guilty to charges that she stole more than $75,000 from an Arizona school district.

The Arizona Board of Regents has filed motions to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Arizona Attorney General's Office over steep tuition increases at the three state universities.

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