The Phoenix Veterans Affairs medical center hosted an open house for veterans and their families to help them get the word out about new agency initiatives and talk about challenges they’ve encountered at the facility.
A two-story building in west Phoenix serves as a sort of giant ATM for banks across the state. The Federal Reserve’s Processing Center is where banks make deposits and withdrawals to meet customer demands. Inside, hundreds of millions of dollars move around.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs deputy secretary gave a generally positive assessment of the Southern Arizona Veterans Health System at a press conference following a tour of the facilities Monday.
Last year, the Arizona Legislature passed a bill allowing homeowners' associations to regulate Level II and III sex offenders living in their community. A Goodyear HOA voted this month to ban those sex offenders from living there.
Family court judges will now be required to ask whether a child is Native American as part of all foster care and adoption proceedings. That’s one of several new regulations family courts will have to follow under the Indian Child Welfare Act.
A cut in lifetime eligibility for a program called Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, basically cash assistance, has created a shortfall at the agency that oversees social service programs.