Ray has worked as a newspaper reporter in Arizona for more than two decades. He's won many awards for his reporting, including the Arizona Press Club's Don Bolles Award for Investigative Journalism.
3 days ago | Arizona
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Maricopa County did not violate a former employee's First Amendment rights by firing her after she commented to a newspaper.
4 days ago | Arizona
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery launched a fresh appeal this week in a lawsuit that might overturn the state's medical-marijuana law. But this time, the state Attorney General won't be joining him.
President Trump's Press Secretary had ominous words for the country's budding recreational-marijuana industry on Thursday. That could be good news for Arizona's medical-marijuana program.
Plan a Protest, Lose Your House: Arizona Senate Passes SB 1142 Charging 'Provocateurs' With Racketeeing
The Arizona Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that would allow the government to seize the property of people who help plan a demonstration that turns violent.
Congress is in recess, but Arizona Senators McCain and Flake weren't at their offices on Wednesday. Some of their constituents were, though, letting their voices be heard on immigration and healthcare issues.
6 days ago | Arizona
Safer Arizona has refiled its marijuana-legalization initiative for 2018 with the state, adding protections for children and making other fixes.