Dave Gram, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 4:11pm
Lawmakers agreed on a budget, a renewable energy siting bill and a measure calling for more transparency in prescription drug pricing as they worked Friday toward an expected Saturday adjournment for the year.
Paul Davenport, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 4:01pm
The legal immunity provided physicians by Arizona's medical marijuana law for certifying patients to use pot only applies to the medical certifications, not other conduct such as making false statements in documents, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Bob Christie, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 4:00pm
Arizona is poised to join 49 other states that offer a federal health insurance program for low-income children after backers of the plan pushed it through the Legislature Friday and Republican Gov. Doug Ducey pledged to sign it immediately.
Sally Ho, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 3:41pm
Before a recent stunt plane crash killed an instructor pilot and student passenger, records show that federal authorities had noted multiple safety issues on similar acrobatic flights offered by a Las Vegas tourism company that allows paying customers — even those without any previous flight experience — to fly and control planes.
Michael Biesecker, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 3:31pm
The top official at the Environmental Protection Agency said Friday the ongoing legal fight over regulating carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants won't delay the nation's accelerating shift to cleaner sources of energy.
Mark Shenefelt-Examiner, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 3:31pm
In 2014, 99 people were infected by bacteria traced to raw milk sold at a small dairy in Weber County. One person died and 10 were hospitalized. The campylobacter outbreak triggered an investigation by state and federal health authorities of unpasteurized milk practices in Utah.
Gary Fineout, Associated Press | Posted May 6th - 3:31pm
A charter school management company which has operated schools statewide was indicted this week by a Florida Panhandle grand jury, accused of fraudulently billing a charter school for supplies, equipment and services.