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Jeff Groscost in a Tribune file photo with then-Arizona governor Jane Hull in April 1998.
Former governors Fife Symington, Jane Hull, Rose Mofford and Raul Castro listen Monday as Jan Brewer gives her inaugural address. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)
Gov. Jan Brewer, far right, poses with predecessors Raul Castro, Rose Mofford, Fife Symington and Jane Hull after Brewer's inaugural address. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)
Former Gov. Jane Hull, from left, joins hands with Gov. Janet Napolitano, Chief of Staff Alan Stephens and Betty Rhodes, wife of the late John J. Rhodes, during his funeral service Thursday at First United Methodist Church in Mesa.
Fife Symington, center, was one of four former governors in attendance in January when Jan Brewer was sworn in as governor. Now Symington said Brewer is doing a bad job and is weighing running against her in next year's Republican primary. With Symington are Jane Hull, left, a Republican, and Democrats Rose Mofford and Raul Castro.
PHOENIX - Gov. Janet Napolitano has now picked all seven members of the state Transportation Board, a panel that oversees state transportation planning and decides funding priorities for highway projects.
Gov. Jan Brewer said it wasn't easy being one of the few women in a state Legislature dominated by men back in the early 1980s.
If Republican lawmakers think that finally having Jan Brewer, a member of their own party, as governor means they’re going to get everything they want, they could have a rude awakening. Don’t believe it? Just ask the state’s last two Republican governors.
East Valley schools will take on new programs thanks to learning grants awarded by SRP. More than $124,000 was awarded for math and science projects in 29 schools.
A veteran state government budget official is the new director of Arizona's Medicaid health care program.
The Arizona Supreme Court has elected Vice Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch as the state high court's next chief justice.
A 7-year-old Chandler girl's fundraising efforts for her friend battling acute myeloid leukemia is gaining momentum and has garnered national attention as she plans to expand her cause nationwide.
Scottsdale City Council candidate Steve Capobres traces the start of his political career to the point that other politicians’ careers ended — the alternativefuels fiasco of 2000.
Gov. Jan Brewer will get a chance to name a second justice to the state’s high court.
Scottsdale resident Tim Sifert, a former speech writer and constituent services specialist for former Govs. Fife Symington and Jane Hull, announced his candidacy Tuesday for the Arizona Corporation Commission, a powerful agency that regulates the rates that consumers pay for utilities such as telephones, electricity and natural gas.
March 10, 2005
Women- and minority-owned businesses represent a growing portion of small businesses in Arizona, but until now the state couldn't adequately track whether these businesses were getting their share of state contracts.
The next justice of the Arizona Supreme Court will be someone sitting on the state Court of Appeals.
“(Supervisor) Mary Rose Wilcox sending for Rev. Al (Sharpton) shows her alliance is not with Maricopa County nor the majority of voters who keep voting Sheriff Joe into office. This was personal and not for the good of our county. She should step down immediately.”
Eight judges have survived the first cut in the bid to be the next justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.
The head of the Capitol Mall Commission wants sections of the 9/11 Memorial cut away — or at least covered up — until wording he and some of his colleagues find offensive can be removed.
The next judge to sit on the Arizona Supreme Court will have prior experience on the bench.
Arizona is halfway to making sparklers legal.
Students and parents can now anonymously report a school crime or a problem by text messaging or sending an e-mail.