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“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods continue Nov. 9. “Attend these free … more
PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich is making a last-ditch effort to tell Arizona courts they need to butt out of how the legislature conducts its business. In legal briefs filed with … more
PHOENIX — Late Tuesday, a federal judge blocked Arizona from making criminals out of doctors who perform abortions knowing the woman's reason is a genetic fetal defect. In a 30-page ruling, … more
To stop businesses that fraudulently present themselves to be massage establishments but are fronts for prostitution, human trafficking and other unlawful activities, Mesa is changing its city … more
PHOENIX — A new state law barring schools from imposing mask mandates on students and staff is unconstitutional, a judge ruled Monday. In a broad decision, Maricopa County Superior Court … more
PHOENIX — The question of whether Arizona gets to enforce a new restriction on the right to abortion could turn on whether a federal judge considers it a ban or a restriction. That … more
“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods starts Sept. 28. “Attend these free … more
“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods starts Sept. 28. “Attend these free … more
PHOENIX — Tucson Medical Center has no right to sue a major national pharmacy on the claim that it is negligent for distributing opioids in the state, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled … more
A former superintendent is suing the Apache Junction Unified School District over breach of contract, seeking $250,000 in compensation. The complaint was filed March 30 with the clerk of the Pinal … more
PHOENIX — A Yuma Democratic lawmaker is asking a judge to toss a defamation lawsuit filed against her by two Republican legislators and a member of Congress. Rep. Charlene Fernandez contends … more
The city of Apache Junction will close all administrative offices on Monday, Sept. 6, in observation of Labor Day. Emergency services through the police department will not be impacted by the … more
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