Monday marked the deadliest day for Palestinians in Gaza since the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict. According to health officials in Gaza, Israeli soldiers killed more than 50 Palestinian protesters and injured more than 1,700.
Arizona’s construction worker shortage stretches beyond metro Phoenix — and beyond home building. There’s also a big need for highways workers. Arizona is one of six states taking part in a federal pilot program focused on highway construction.
The city of Phoenix has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of money to settle a lawsuit over the 2011 death of a mentally ill man who was arrested by its police officers and later died in a jail run by then-Sheriff Joe Arpaio, ending a case in which the jail's operator had already paid millions of dollars to the man's family.
A state grand jury has indicted the former chief financial officer for the Scottsdale Unified School District for allegedly breaking Arizona's conflict of interest laws. The Arizona Attorney General's Office says Laura Tenison Smith is facing two felony counts of fraudulent schemes and practices and nine felony counts of conflict of interest.
In total, Americans owe over $1.48 trillion dollars in student loan debt. But debt isn’t the only thing that defines your net worth. It’s the tally of your assets, your income, and any inheritance you might have, minus the debt you owe.
The Phoenix Suns officially introduced their new head coach at a news conference this Monday morning. In taking the reins of the team with the worst record in the NBA this season, Igor Kokoskov became the organization’s sixth head coach since 2013.
Despite opposition, Mesa Mayor John Giles and the majority of Mesa's City Council voted for the new contract with CireCivic last year, which Giles called jail reform that would save the city money in light of rising booking costs. Now another major Arizona city is going in the exact opposite direction.