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More than a dozen years on "Dallas" still wasn't enough to help Linda Gray go back.
The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale has saved an alpha female Mexican Gray Wolf that federal fish and wildlife officials had planned to kill.
If the thought of having your car stolen isn’t enough to get you to take your keys, how about your insurance company not paying if you don’t?
A state senator’s frustration with who finances ballot fights could lead to disenfranchising some of the state’s major corporations. And it may be unconstitutional to boot.
Saying she found no violation, the chair of the Senate Ethics Committee on Wednesday tossed out the complaint of a House member against Sen. Rich Crandall, R-Mesa.
State lawmakers voted Tuesday to allow clubs at universities and community colleges to exclude gays — and maybe others — without losing their public funding.
North Scottsdale’s Christopher Verde school district would no longer exist if a Valley lawmaker has her way.
The state law forbidding community college districts from using public resources to influence voters is called a law without consequences because it carries no penalty.
Deborah Brewer is done asking the Scottsdale Unified School District to start school later in August: She’s moved on to the Legislature.
A veteran state lawmaker said Wednesday she was blind-sided by Gov. Janet Napolitano who vetoed her drunken-driving legislation without warning.
Married couples would get a leg-up over any single person in adopting a child under the terms of legislation given preliminary Senate approval on Wednesday.
A bill that would take some power away from condominium associations and allow condo owners to rent their properties has made it to the Legislature again but in a different form.
May 13, 2004
New legislative proposals introduced by state lawmakers, and their prime sponsors.
The state Senate passed a bill Wednesday that allows county courts to consider factors such as juror drive time when summoning residents to jury duty.
The plight of a Chandler mother whose son is stationed in Iraq prompted the Senate Government Committee to vote Monday to let her — and everyone else — fly military flags despite rules to the contrary by homeowners associations.
December 14, 2004
The Maricopa County Elections Office is reviewing a complaint that accuses employees of the Maricopa Community College District of illegally using public resources to promote a bond measure.
Frustrated with lack of voluntary action, two state lawmakers are crafting a plan that could force school districts to consolidate — even over the objection of the people living there.
After the Troon and Rio Verde areas of the north East Valley voted to form a new school district instead of joining Cave Creek’s in November, state Sen. Linda Gray said she heard complaints from parents who felt their children’s best interests weren’t taken into consideration.
Warring spouses could hold up a divorce for up to six months under the terms of legislation given preliminary Senate approval on Monday.
A Mesa Republican legislator wants voters to enact a constitutional ban on cloning without actually defining what would — and would not — be allowed.
“Seven Mesa High students taken to hospital.”
February 24, 2005
Students who turn 5 between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31 will be allowed to attend kindergarten next school year in districts that offer the program. A bill that would have halted early learner kindergarten programs in the state is dead, the bill’s sponsor, Sen. Slade Mead, R-Ahwatukee Foothills, said Tuesday.