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Maricopa County Community College District office
District Chancellor Maria Harper-Marinick said, “A triple A rating allows the District to borrow funds at the lowest possible interest rates— a direct cost savings to taxpayers.”
Jul. 28, 2016
Cemex is one of the largest cement manufacturers in the world, and its share in the U.S. market helped it build a solid second quarter this year.
Jul. 28, 2016
Arizona DOT
More than 500 people have come out the meetings, and hundreds more shared their opinions online.
Jul. 28, 2016
The class action lawsuit alleged women were denied equal pay and job opportunities compared to their male counterparts.
Jul. 28, 2016
In attempts to change the culture of harassment, the National Park Service is investigating just how extensive complaints of sexual harassment have been at national parks, is setting up a confidential hotline and for the first time, is appointing a woman to oversee the park.
Jul. 27, 2016
Chief among the attorneys' concerns is their claim that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is increasingly denying parole for immigrants with verified asylum cases and no criminal records. Some of their clients have relatives or children who are legal residents or U.S. citizens.
Jul. 27, 2016
Deer Valley Unified School District's office
In a 3-2 vote, the Deer Valley Unified School District board passed a $200 million dollar budget.
Jul. 27, 2016
Lightning over Prescott National Forest
Additional fire restrictions are being lifted thanks to rains and higher humidity levels provided by summer monsoons.
Jul. 27, 2016
A new piece in Phoenix Magazine called "Mac Daddy" indicates the Valley’s connection to the burger chain goes back a long way.
Jul. 27, 2016
Textbooks, school, education
The Mesa Arts Center is launching a new program called Project Lit: Igniting Critical Literacy through the Arts.
Jul. 27, 2016
vote sticker
In his new story for The New Yorker titled "Can Latinos Swing Arizona?," Hector Tobar explores what might change that and which people at the grassroots level may drive it.
Jul. 27, 2016
election vote campaign
The poll was conducted in early June and shows Jones with 26 percent support compared to 7 percent in earlier polls.
Jul. 27, 2016
We talked about the impact of the DNC—and how it could affect voters in Arizona—with Bob Grossfeld of The Media Guys and former legislative leader Art Hamilton of the Art Hamilton Group.
Jul. 27, 2016
Every month the Federal Aviation Administration receives more than 100 reports of unmanned aircraft sightings from pilots, police and citizens. As the federal agency tries to send a message that flying drones without authorization around airports is dangerous and illegal, it’s also turning to the private sector to help spot – and possibly stop – drones from getting too close.
Jul. 27, 2016
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is ramping up an effort to study two nectar-eating bat species.
Jul. 27, 2016
Gallego, who is an Iraq War veteran, takes the convention stage Wednesday. “I’m very excited. We’ll be talking about veterans and national security issues.”
Jul. 27, 2016
Prescott resident Jerry Emmett, the 102-year-old honorary chairwoman of the Arizona Democratic delegation, was the star of the show at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Jul. 27, 2016
telescope
Stargazers can catch two meteor showers over Arizona skies the next few weeks. Between midnight and dawn will be the best time for Arizonans to watch the events.
Jul. 27, 2016
Two snipers
Artillery responds to changes in climate, and when soldiers want to test weapons in a hot, dry environment, one of the places they come is a Yuma Army base. And it’s not just U.S. military operations.
Jul. 27, 2016
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell wrapped up her visit to the Southwest at the Grand Canyon. She talked with the park’s new superintendent and staff about the park's culture of sexual harassment and hostility.
Jul. 27, 2016

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