The federal government will soon decide whether to extend or cancel Temporary Protected Status for roughly 1,100 Salvadorans, Hondurans and Haitians living in Arizona, according to a new report by the Center for American Progress.
Airplane noise complaints have exploded from San Diego to Charlotte, North Carolina, Phoenix, to New York in recent years following a change in flight procedures that concentrates aircraft at lower altitudes, in narrower paths and on more frequent schedules.
Arizona’s newest public utility regulator Justin Olson is being sworn in Monday. Justin Olson will be taking over the seat formerly head by Doug Little, who resigned after taking a job with the Department of Energy.
The three-day Lost Lake Festival at Phoenix’s Steele Indian School Peak features a diverse lineup of nearly 50 musical acts mostly from the world of hip-hip, rock and roll and even some Arizona-based indie bands.
The target shooting plan for the Sonoran Desert National Monument is now in a public protest period. The plan would re-open much of the Pipeline Road area to shooting but ban it in an area slated to get more campsites.
There are at least two sides to every story. Well, we certainly have two sides to this story about our state Capitol building. There's the original Capitol building, the one with the shiny copper dome and the granite walls and Roman columns, and the brutalist behemoth known as the Executive Tower that was built in the '70s.
Phoenix has a thriving local arts scene from First Friday's downtown to burgeoning live music venues filled with local bands. But have you heard of the local zine scene? These DIY small press publications are a growing area of interest in the region, and this weekend, they're bringing together more than 70 local vendors to share and sell their zines at the Phoenix Zine Fest.