Tempe announced its adding yet another company to its roster of big name businesses. Northern Trust, a financial services company, is expanding its current operations by building a new office, and it is promising to create 1,000 jobs in the next three years.
A new report demonstrates Arizona is behind the national average in spending per student. The auditor general’s report released Friday shows a fourth of district’s are in moderate to high financial stress.
A four-day hearing is set in April to determine if the sheriff and other officers should be held in contempt of court for violating a judge's orders in a racial profiling lawsuit. But Arpaio's lawyers are hoping they can negotiate a settlement.
Arizona Opera’s newest production is Mozart’s "The Magic Flute," which was first performed in Austria in 1791. Since the beginning, it has had a fairy tale feel, but Arizona Opera’s take brings steampunk into the mix — sort of like dropping in the influence of H.G. Wells or Jules Verne.
The fight for survival among the Valley and state’s more traditional arts is a long-running one. When will a game-changer come along to get more people in the community to recognize that the Phoenix area is producing world-class performances?
Around this time last year, we took a trip to one of the Valley’s most endangered historic places, the Mesa Citrus Growers Association Building at Broadway and Country Club. The building closed in 2010, but Wednesday Mesa announced it had found a new tenant: Autoline Industries.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs released revised implementation guidelines this week for the Indian Child Welfare Act. The federal policy is aimed at keeping Native American children with Native American families in child custody cases.