Many of the traditional signs of fall are upon us — school’s back in session, temperatures should — at least theoretically — start coming down a bit and the new theater season will be starting up soon.
Mediators pulled the plug on seven months of court-led settlement talks Tuesday between Arizona public school districts and the Legislature that were designed to end a yearslong lawsuit over the lawmakers' failure to make required inflation-based increases in school funding.
If you’re an inventor or even just a tinkerer, acquiring a well-stocked space to create can often be an expensive prospect. The cost of the needed equipment used to be a roadblock for many would be inventors, but places known as “makers labs” are starting to change that.
A local attorney is demanding that documents and records be preserved in anticipation of a potential lawsuit after KJZZ raised questions of possible conflicts of interest regarding Arizona Corporation Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith.