A proposed $2 billion transmission line that would carry electricity generated by renewable resources in New Mexico and Arizona to markets across the West is one step closer to being in service after clearing its final federal hurdle.
Mexico has ordered its consulates to issue birth certificates to its citizens living in the United States. The move is aimed at helping several million undocumented Mexican citizens apply for temporary work permits and driver's licenses. But some analysts contend there’s another motive for the policy change.
The Super Bowl is, of course, about the best team in the NFL’s NFC facing off with best team in the AFC for football supremacy. But around the Valley over the next week or so, it’s also about parties, concerts and free stuff.
Phoenix-based SkyMall LLC filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday, citing financial troubles and an eroded business model caused by in-flight Internet connectivity and increasing competition in the retail industry.
The Arizona Supreme Court is located a short walk away from the state capitol building near downtown Phoenix. Throughout the state’s history, the high court moved several times. One of its locations is just a stone's throw away from where it is today.
Drug smugglers are turning "trusted travelers" into unwitting mules by placing containers with powerful magnets under their cars in Mexico and then recovering the illegal cargo far from the view of border authorities in the United States.