In his State of the State address on Monday, Governor Doug Ducey asked the legislature to craft a bill requiring students to pass a civics test in order graduate or earn a GED. On Thursday, members of both the Senate and House Education Committees voted to press ahead with such legislation.
There are thousands of listings for short-term rentals in the Valley for the Super Bowl. But what some of these property owners might not realize is in some parts of the Valley, short-term rentals are actually illegal.
Arizona high school students would need to correctly answer at least 60 of the 100 questions on the naturalization test offered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to graduate, under a bill being fast-tracked at the state legislature.
It is officially auto auction season in the Valley, with Barrett-Jackson and others in full swing. But, Rob Sass said, those companies need to be paying attention to demographics, in addition to horsepower.
The Mexican government will begin issuing birth certificates to its citizens at consulates in the United States today. The administration hopes the move will make it easier for Mexican citizens to apply for US work permits, driver’s licenses and protection from deportation.
For many on the Gila River Indian Community in central Arizona, getting clear a clear TV signal can sometimes be a challenge. But that’s about to change. In February, the tribe plans to launch its own low-power television station with repeaters across the reservation.
The judge in the public-school funding case ordered the parties start settlement talks. Last year, the court ordered the legislature pay the public schools the hundreds of millions of dollars they were shorted during the recession of 2008.
On Monday, Governor Doug Ducey gave his first State of the State address and K-12 education was on the laundry list of items he talked about, including calling on the legislature to settle a lawsuit related to under funding the state’s schools.