PHOENIX -- A key federal official is telling Gov. Doug Ducey he cannot use COVID grant dollars to penalize schools that impose mask mandates. And if Ducey doesn't fix the problem he is threatening to take back the money.
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX -- Republican governors are gathering Wednesday at the border in Texas to criticize the Biden administration's policies. And Arizona taxpayers are picking up the tab to send Gov. Doug Ducey to the event, along with two of his top aides.
PHOENIX -- An attorney for Gov. Doug Ducey is asking a judge to toss a bid by a labor group to order him to immediately seek to recoup extra federal jobless benefits that were denied to them when the governor pulled out of the program.
Mary Lou Fulton is getting ready to release her debut album in October. Arizona Edition's Lou Gum speaks to the writer, musician, and journalist about her music and telling the story of her mother's Mexican town destroyed to make way for a dam in the 1960's.
Falling water levels in reservoirs along the Colorado River have forced cuts to some water users in the state, but headlines saying Arizona farms are losing their water are a bit misleading. Arizona Edition’s Lou Gum speaks to Yuma attorney Wade Noble about Yuma's water rights.
PHOENIX -- Claims by state Attorney General Mark Brnovich that the Biden administration is altering federal immigration law as part of "population augmentation strategies'' is"a figment of the state's imagination,'' according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Officials in the South Yuma County city of Somerton say the 2020 U.S. Census may have undercounted the number of people who call the community home. They say based on building permits and home construction, the numbers just don't add up. KAWC's Victor Calderón spoke with Somerton City Manager Jerry Cabrera about the city's concerns and what can be done if the count was truly off.