Secretary of State spokesman Matt Roberts described Tuesday’s Primary Election as quiet, a sharp contrast to the March 22 Presidential Preference Election which saw voters waiting in line for hours. But one voter rights group had concerns.
Residents in Glendale are being asked to provide their input tonight about parks, recreation and library fees. The city has hired an outside consultant to evaluate public fees and determine what changes are needed.
When Donald Trump confirmed his plans to go see President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico, the reaction from political leaders bordered on vitriolic. Hillary Clinton’s campaign pointed to Trump’s general comments about Mexican-Americans. And Mexican opposition party leaders said there was no reason to welcome Trump. But did people on the streets feel the same way?
Arizona’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau analyzed close to 10,000 predatory lending complaints and found 91 percent involved excessive debt collection, bank account closures, and or long-term debt.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump outlined a 10-part immigration plan that built on his campaign’s promises to build a wall on the U.S. Mexico border and deport immigrants in the country illegally. “There is only one core issue in the immigration debate, and that issue is the well being of the American people,” Trump said.
In his new novel, "The Whale: A Love Story," Tucson author Mark Beauregard explores the struggles Melville was having completing Moby- Dick and how his intimate friendship with fellow writer Nathaniel Hawthorne inspired him.
Arizona’s primary election produced some very intriguing results, including outcomes in congressional and statewide races. KJZZ's Here and Now debriefs with reporters and experts about the outcomes and what to expect in November.
Since 2010, Arizona was the only state in the country without a Children’s Health Insurance Program for low-income families. And after almost being dropped again this year by the Arizona Senate – KidsCare coverage begins for families Thursday, Sept. 1.