Arizonans with individual health insurance plans that don’t meet new standards under the Affordable Care Act won’t be allowed to renew them after Jan. 1 despite a call from President Barack Obama for states to allow it, the state Department of Insurance announced Friday.
A Democratic state lawmaker says he will introduce a bill that will legalize marijuana and instead regulate and tax it much as alcohol is now.
Arizona officials are demanding an investigation into why 6,000 reports of suspected child abuse were ignored.
A rancher will no longer charge tourists to use the road across his property to reach the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Widows and other family members of some of the 19 firefighters killed in the Yarnell Hill Fire are asking a judge to deny two media organizations’ requests for access to more records.
An apartment complex designed for the hearing impaired is being accused of discrimination.
Two members of a notorious family that authorities say once tried to set up a whites-only nation in America were arrested this week in Arizona on federal firearms charges after a raid on a sprawling ranch where dozens of weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition were seized.
America is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders, from pristine lakes and mighty rivers to natural sandstone arches and snow-capped mountains.
Arizona reached a deal Friday with the Interior Department to pay for Grand Canyon National Park to completely reopen using state and local funds during the federal government shutdown.
Nearly two dozen people have been issued citations for entering Grand Canyon National Park after a partial government shutdown forced its closure.