Protests continue over Arizona Snowbowl's use of reclaimed wastewater for artificial snowmaking.
A Yavapai County judge has granted a permanent injunction banning retailers from selling synthetic drugs in Yavapai County.
Arizona’s newly elected Republican senator is now seated in the 113th Congress.
Car sales are up across the country and Arizona is no exception.
A new report shows that nearly one out of every eight high schoolers who regularly smokes dope got it from a medical marijuana cardholder.
Federal authorities have announced a new policy to help some families stay together during the immigration process. The change is likely to have an impact on tens of thousands of families.
There's a new list today of what parents in the state are naming their newborns.
The Mayan calendar ends December 21, 2012, but does that mean the world is ending? Arizona Public Radio’s Janice Baker looks at how some are preparing for this auspicious date.
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett defended the state’s controversial new voter I-D law in front of the U-S Senate Judiciary Committee.
School districts across the country are responding to the shooting of 26 people at a Connecticut elementary school.