ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.
For Will Novak, What started out as a typo could end up in an extremely fun weekend with strangers.
Russell M. Nelson, the leader of the Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will hold a devotional at State Farm Stadium
The closing of mainline Sears stores doesn't mean Sears Outlet and Appliance Showrooms are hurting, says the man who owns nine of them in Arizona.
Krystal Whipple allegedly left a Las Vegas nail salon without paying for a $35 manicure Dec. 29.
Details surrounding the rape of an incapacitated woman at a Phoenix health-care facility, and subsequent birth of her baby, remain unclear.
Four governing board members call special meeting to elect new board president, even though current president slated to serve through June 2019.
With 100 percent free music classes, Rosie's House aims to show that a ZIP code is not destiny.
Each week, The Republic highlights some of the adoptable pets in the Valley. This week includes a dog called Joker and an adorable stray pup.
As housing costs force more people out, housing agencies plan to take their case for more resources to the governor, lawmakers.
Members of the right-wing Patriot Movement AZ accuse churches of "aiding and abetting" illegal immigration by housing migrants dropped off by ICE.