Former Mesa Mayor Scott Smith, the runner-up in this year's Republican primary for governor, announced his support of Democrat David Garcia for the state's schools superintendent. "David Garcia isn't only the most qualified candidate -- he's the only qualified candidate, and that's why I'm supporti ... More >>
Boasting political support from Arizona first -- and only -- Latino governor, David Garcia writes on Facebook that he is "humbled to receive the support of a man I have admired since I was a boy -- former Governor Raúl Castro. Castro, who was elected governor in 1974 and served two years before a ... More >>
Three former schools chiefs--including a Republican--have endorsed Democrat David Garcia in his bid for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Primary day 2014 was a beautiful day for moderation in Arizona politics. A perfect day? Hardly, but disappointments in the Republican field offer opportunities for Arizona Democrats in the general election. Former Mesa Mayor Scott Smith's second place finish to state Treasurer Doug Ducey was ant ... More >>
State Treasurer Doug Ducey cruised to an easy win last night for the Republican nomination for Arizona governor, and will take on Democrat Fred DuVal in November. The results were not so good for another pair of Republicans in state government -- scandal-plagued Attorney General Tom Horne lost his ... More >>
State Superintendent of Public Education John Huppenthal has made mixed statements about his stance on Common Core. Today, the incumbent may have flip-flopped still again.
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Carl Gholson was a gifted sax player. He was also a paranoid schizophrenic. He became another victim of Phoenixs scorching heat
The City of Phoenix has spent $30,000 and a year trying to figure out what's wrong at a water-treatment plant
Government officials are crowing about the deal that brought Sumitomo's silicon-wafer factory to northeast Phoenix. But they haven't mentioned that the deal will cost taxpayers billions of dollars.