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The outcome of the race for governor could turn on who can scare the middle class more, especially over the high cost of college.
Gov. Jan Brewer will get a chance to stop some Republicans from trying to undermine the financing for her expansion of Arizona's Medicaid program.
Gov. Jan Brewer called the amount of personal finances and “dark money” spent on races this year “astounding.”
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission on Thursday threw out separate complaints alleging collusion between two gubernatorial candidates and independent groups trying to defeat their foes.
The state's elections director says an organization that has so far put nearly $1.7 million into this year's primary election likely is violating campaign finance laws.
Partisan bickering in Washington may be a gold mine for 24-hour news channels and some print media, but it could bring Main Street in for some hard economic times.
NEW YORK — Travelers, prepare to pay more for your flight.
Unable to get Jan Brewer's endorsement for himself, Doug Ducey is now angling to deter the governor from spending her own political funds to help elect Scott Smith.
A lawyer for Attorney General Tom Horne asked a judge on Monday to kill one of the three investigations against him.
I can’t think of the right adjective to use. Discouraged? Shocked? Appalled? Dismayed? Incredulous? That’s how this week’s Tempe City Council candidate forum left me feeling.
In a case with statewide and possibly immediate impact, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that “dark money” groups can be forced to disclose the source of their cash even if their commercials don't specifically advocate for anyone's election or defeat.
Waiting until after some ballots already have been cast, Gov. Jan Brewer Thursday finally formally backed former Mesa Mayor Scott Smith as her successor.
The race for who could be a heartbeat away from governor is being financed largely by a “dark money” group that will not disclose its donors.
With the Ralph Heap for State Senate campaign, it’s not about what he says; it’s what he doesn’t say.
It's probably no surprise to those living here, but several of Arizona's largest cities are among the worst in the nation in recovering from the recession.
Visiting a retired Frank Capra at his Sierra Nevada hideaway, Clint Eastwood was baffled.
Incumbent Attorney General Tom Horne lashed out Monday night at “liberal media” and “a small, self-selected group of people” for trying to derail his reelection bid.
Game show host Pat Sajak has started a new business to connect Tempe residents to their neighborhood.
The head of the organization offering to fund a study on medical marijuana at the University of Arizona said he will pull the cash unless the school restores fired doctor and researcher Sue Sisley to the staff and the project.
Corey Margulis was appointed as the new sales account director at The Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa in Chandler.
Parents will find few states that offer families as many schooling options as Arizona. A longtime leader in the national school choice movement, Arizona has an education marketplace with a school for nearly any income, interest or situation.
Wil Cardon's siblings are taking him to court, accusing him of misspending the family's trust funds, at least in part on his political ambitions.
Starting a new business is often stressful for owners, but with the help from a support team, opening a small business in Gilbert has become much simpler.
Money can be a topic people are reluctant to discuss, but having an open, transparent dialogue about your finances should be the goal when it comes to your relationship with your financial advisor. An integral part of the client-advisor relationship is dependent on your advisor knowing the ins and outs of your overall financial situation, as well as your goals for the future. Arming your advisor with this information helps ensure that he or she can provide you with the most appropriate resources and strategies.
The jobs may not be returning very fast, but a new report Monday shows the Arizonans who are employed are loosening up on their wallets.