The U.S. Border Patrol has garnered its share of criticism in recent years, particularly around agents’ use of lethal force. But the Tucson office has been trying to develop a more humanitarian reputation.
A pair of local developers is pouring $21 million into stripping the old Macy’s store down to its bare bones and rebuilding it into a corporate office campus that could bring as many as 1,300 jobs to the area.
After the legislature pulled an all-nighter Friday into Saturday to pass a budget, Governor Doug Ducey put out a statement praising the plan, saying it solves the structural deficit and calling it the “first structurally balanced plan since 2007.”
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has released its latest state scorecard. The list ranked states on whether they have laws to prevent criminals and what the campaign calls “dangerous people” from getting guns.
Several veteran service organizations, including Disabled American Veterans and the American Legion, say they’ll be participating in what’s being called a roundtable discussion with President Obama Friday.
Arizona Highways still gets a lot of traction from its paper editions, and a lot of people believe that’s the best way to experience photos from across the state that the publication has been known for.
Arizona lawmakers are moving to put new requirements in place for women who want an abortion. Under the measure, women having a medical abortion would be informed they have the option of changing their minds.