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Eight hundred and sixty-six teachers left their teaching position within the first four months of this school year. That’s one of the results from a survey released on Tuesday by the Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association. Joining us now is Dr. Mark Joraanstad, executive director of Arizona School Administrators, a nonprofit promoting education in Arizona.
The Mesa Chamber of Commerce was able to replace the artificial tree this week thanks to donations from people around the country. The organization still seeks a few thousand dollars, according to a press release from the city.
Walmart is partnering with Silicon-valley startups Even and Payactiv to offer these financial management apps for free. These tools will connect to employees’ checking accounts and tell them what they have left to spend after bills and savings.
While President Trump's supporters are advocating for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a new survey indicates that a majority of Arizonans are opposed to it, and also value Mexico as a neighbor and trading partner.
In a presentation to international business students at an elite Mexico City university, Mexico's top trade negotiator gave an overview of the country's strategy in talks over the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Waving his iPad and pointing to a KJZZ story on prison health care, Magistrate Judge David Duncan furiously addressed the courtroom at a Parsons v. Ryan status hearing in federal court Wednesday morning.
The question of whether utility regulator Bob Burns gets to grill the top executive at Arizona Public Service and review the company's political spending could depend on the meaning of the word "and.''
Tempe City Council last week approved zoning changes and a planned area development for the first phase of the Hayden Flour Mill project, paving the way for construction to begin at the historic site next year.
Outside attorneys hired by the Scottsdale Unified School District say officials did not violate procurement codes when hiring an architect for it’s current facilities update project. The findings were part of a district-sponsored investigation.