Several city of Phoenix departments share its plans of action as Saturday marks the beginning of the monsoon season. KJZZ's Christina Estes reports on how the city's departments are preparing to combat the monsoon weather.
Three months after being sworn in as Phoenix mayor, Kate Gallego is launching a new campaign. During Gallego’s first State of the City address, she told a group gathered that choices made over the next few months will shape Phoenix’s future.
Aid groups helping migrant families dropped off by federal authorities have set their sights on an empty school near Sky Harbor International Airport as a potential overnight shelter, but opening the facility is at least weeks away.
In a show of bipartisan support, members of the Arizona’s congressional delegation have asked the Army to use a National Guard facility 30 miles north of Tucson to expand military training. This would also include training for Apache attack helicopter pilots.
Library fines are something many of us have some experience with — coughing up a quarter here or there for an overdue book. Maricopa County recently decided to get rid of those fines from all of its libraries, following a national trend.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema ran as a Centrist, and the Arizona Democrat has largely stayed out of the partisan fray in Washington. Now she's pushing for immigration reform, and her Protecting Affordable Mortgages for Veterans Act has passed the Republican-controlled Senate.
With his signature, Gov. Doug Ducey placed the state in the middle of an off track betting legal battle between Monarch Content Management — the company that provides televised signals of horse races — and the tracks that both produce and receive those signals.