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PHOENIX — The Arizona Board of Regents approved tuition hikes on Monday at the state’s three public universities for the next academic year, following sharp cuts in state funding.
TEMPE — Facing deep cuts from the state, Arizona university presidents formally presented their tuition proposals to the Arizona Board of Regents at a meeting Monday as it prepares to set rates for the next academic year.
PHOENIX — The hours dragged on Thursday into the evening and then into the early morning Friday as lawmakers moved bill after bill to reach a historic — and chaotic — early finish to the legislative session.
PHOENIX — The Legislature is well into the homestretch with the goal to wrap up the session before Easter still in its sights. This led to busy days and long nights at the Capitol this week.
PHOENIX — The Legislature is on track to finish its business early this year with this week being the final one for most committee meetings. The goal for legislators is to wrap up the session in the next couple of weeks, but the House and Senate still saw new legislation introduced.
PHOENIX — Following closed-door negotiations, Gov. Doug Ducey and Republican House and Senate leaders unveiled a budget deal this week and moved swiftly to push the budget bills through the legislative process.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Legislature and Gov. Doug Ducey have agreed to a budget that would deepen cuts to state universities by nearly 50 percent in a move that prompted sharp criticism from university supporters.
PHOENIX — In a reminder that the biggest fights in the Legislature lay ahead, hundreds descended on the Capitol on Wednesday to protest against Gov. Doug Ducey’s proposed budget for K-12 schools.
PHOENIX — If you’re driving a particularly pockmarked road in Arizona, you may be able to blame the bumpy ride on the state Legislature.
PHOENIX — A bill that would grant immunity from prosecution for underage drinkers who call for help cleared its first hurdle Thursday when a Senate panel voted to move the bill forward.
PHOENIX — Have you heard of the Arizona Public Enterprise University? One senator wants to remake and rename Arizona State University into “an autonomous, quasi-public, nonprofit corporate entity,” with a bill introduced this session.
PHOENIX — Some international news crept into the Legislature this week with the death of Kayla Mueller, the Prescott woman who was killed after being kidnapped at the hands of Islamic State militants.
The Super Bowl and its more than 114 million viewers have put Arizona behind them, but the good economic news didn’t stop when the fans left.
PHOENIX — An Arizona lawmaker has introduced a bill to protect underage drinkers from prosecution if they call for medical assistance for themselves or someone else.
PHOENIX — Super Bowl XLIX rolled into town this week, shutting down traffic on some streets downtown, but Arizona lawmakers continued their work nearby at the state Capitol. A few football jokes fell on unamused ears in the House and the Senate.
TEMPE — The Arizona Board of Regents discussed issues with the “college-going pipeline” and transparency of student fees on the last day of its meeting at Arizona State University on Friday.
The vote tally in the still-undecided 2nd Congressional District election remained close Wednesday night with Republican Martha McSally holding a slight edge over incumbent Democrat Ron Barber as ballots continued to trickle in.
A man assaulted a woman while she was exercising at Tumamoc Hill on Monday morning, police said.
When Chuck Gould and Michael Greenbaum heard the news that same-sex marriage was legal in Arizona, they rushed to Arizona Superior Court in Pima County in downtown Tucson Friday morning to get married. They have been together for nearly 24 years.