PHOENIX (AP) — Democrat Diego Rodriguez dropped out of the race for Arizona attorney general Friday, leaving former Corporation Commissioner Kris Mayes as the only Democrat in the contest.
Rodriguez announced his decision days before the deadline to submit signatures to appear on the ballot.
PHOENIX (AP) — Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Rosa Mroz died Saturday after being critically injured when she was struck by a car three days earlier, the court announced in a statement,
Mroz, whose age was not immediately available, died from injuries suffered in the crash, which remains under investigation by Phoenix police, the court's statement said.
PHOENIX (AP) — Rep. Aaron Lieberman announced Tuesday he's running for Arizona governor, becoming the third major Democrat to seek the state's highest office.
The Paradise Valley lawmaker founded two organizations focused on early childhood education before being elected to the Legislature in 2018.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Dr. Michael Drake was chosen Tuesday to be president of the University of California, the first Black leader in the system's 150-year history.
Drake, a seasoned university administrator, replaces Janet Napolitano in overseeing a sprawling, 280,000-student system dealing with issues of accessibility for Blacks and other minorities, along with slashed budgets and upended campus life because of the coronavirus pandemic.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — University of California President Janet Napolitano, who oversaw historic expansions of the 10-campus system and championed immigrant students, but whose management structure faced criticism and embarrassing scrutiny, said Wednesday she will step down in August 2020...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A group of former U.S. national security officials is set to release a statement arguing there is no justification for President Donald Trump to use a national emergency declaration to fund a wall along the U...
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — University of California President Janet Napolitano says she's devoting $5 million to provide special counseling and financial aid to students living illegally in the U.S.
President Barack Obama's former Homeland Security secretary announced the initiative Wednesday in San Francisco during her first public address since she became head of the prestigious, 10-campus university system a month ago.