Glendale officials want to extend the city's sales tax increase to rescue it from financial disaster. They'll use the revenue to pay off a mountain of debt created partly when the city invested in pro sports.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, who last week sued the federal government after it brought hundreds of undocumented children into Arizona from Texas, plans to visit a federal detention center in Nogales on Monday.
The restaurant company P.F. Chang's says data from credit and debit cards used at its restaurants were stolen. The Scottsdale-based restaurant chain is working with the federal government to investigate the problem.
The State Transportation Board approved a new Five-Year Construction Program late last week. While the Arizona Department of Transportation's plans are still hampered by a huge loss in revenue, the board added three new projects.
At the end of 2012, Arizona had about 231 doctors for every 100,000 residents -- below the national average of 260 doctors per 100,000 residents. The combination of two seismic shifts in health care could make that shortage even starker: implementing the Affordable Care Act and changes to how and where veterans get treated.
One of the last things you want at the hospital is a tired doctor. The American medical system has made changes to the amount of time a young doctor can be at work. But as KJZZ Commentator Doctor Joe Sirven tells us, long hours are an important part of the job.
With the official start of the Monsoon season set for Sunday and red flag warnings in effect today in many parts of the state, the Arizona Department of Transportation is asking drivers to respond to a survey on first-hand experiences with driving in dust storms.
Ferguson, Staten Island, Cleveland. The conversation about race in this country has reached fever pitch in 2014. We'll talk about race and much more with the mayor of Memphis, a city with one of the highest African American populations in the U.S.