This Thanksgiving holiday, AAA estimates nearly 50 million Americans will be traveling. And if you’re driving on Arizona’s Interstate 17 during that time, it might feel like all of them are right there with you.
The Arizona State Board for Charter Schools met Monday to discuss a litany of issues about charter schools across the state, including how some schools missed their audit deadline because of a database switch by the Arizona Department of Education.
The barn’s first life began in the 1950s when it was built from melted-down World War II aircraft. It’s since been used to store grain and farming equipment. Now it will be home to a brewery, winemaker, florist and more.
About 400 Tucson police officers will soon carry the Narcan, a drug that can help stop an opioid overdose, in their first-aid kits, and Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said Monday the antidote will save lives.
A long-standing feud over whether the Desert Diamond Casino in the West Valley can offer Las Vegas-style gambling may soon be settled. Ducey and leaders of Arizona’s gaming tribes signed a memorandum of understanding to begin negotiations to amend the state’s gaming compact.
The number of provisional ballots that county election officials rejected this election is way down compared to four years ago. One reason for the change is that fewer voters tried to vote in the wrong polling place.
Hillary Clinton's loss has mobilized millions of those women to take action. It started as an invite-only Facebook group called Pantsuit Nation, a nod to Clinton’s signature outfit choice, and it has quickly spread.
All across the Southwest people have stood with the Standing Rock Sioux (sue) in local protests of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Many have traveled to North Dakota to participate in what began months ago as a peaceful protest.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is giving new guidance that’s intended to clarify how it determines if someone’s family is going to experience “extreme hardship” if that person isn’t admitted into this country.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has said he would propose a tax cut in the state every year he’s in office. And in a perfect world, he’d like to get the income tax as close to zero as possible. But that concept has Democratic and Republican opponents.
On Friday afternoon, Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell said ballots for Nov. 8 had been completely counted. That was only 10 days after the election and a lot of people were wondering why it took so long.