The review will examine Arizona's procurement process for lethal injection drugs and gas, execution procedures, news organizations' access to executions and training of staff to carry out executions.
The Phoenix Police Department says that it has launched an internal investigation following the arrest of Journal finance reporter Dion Rabouin, who was conducting interviews outside a Chase Bank.
The law in question was enacted before Arizona became a state, carrying a sentence of two to five years in prison for anyone who assists in an abortion and providing no exceptions for rape or incest.
Mark Brnovich led the fight to keep Title 42 in place. He explains to NPR why he and other state AGs want to keep it in effect until the surge of migrants at the southern border is under control.
A recount has confirmed that Kris Mayes defeated Republican Abraham Hamadeh by 280 votes, one of the closest elections in state history.
A judge rejected the Republican's claim that problems with ballot printers on Election Day were the result of intentional misconduct. Lake lost to Democrat Katie Hobbs by just over 17,000 votes.
The U.S. government sued Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and the state Wednesday over the placement of shipping containers as a barrier on the border with Mexico, saying it is trespassing on federal lands.
Sinema's move is unlikely to change the power balance in the Senate, as it comes days after Sen. Raphael Warnock won the Georgia runoff election to give Democrats a 51-49 majority.
In bid for continued Senate majority, Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly wins re-election over Trump-backed Republican candidate Blake Masters.
Bullhead City, Ariz., says Norma Thornton, 78, violated a city ordinance that prohibits people from giving out cooked food in public parks without a permit.