Las Vegas casinos could see tens of thousands of employees walk off the job for the first time in more than three decades after union members voted to authorize a strike at any time starting June 1, a move that could cripple the city's world-famous resorts.
Higher water and solid waste bills could be coming to Phoenix. During Tuesday’s policy session, council members approved a budget for fiscal year 2018-19, which includes a temporary staffing increase to clean up more homeless encampments.
Tempe City Council has chosen nine projects to receive money from a one-time $500,000 Innovation Fund. The projects have diverse goals from helping people re-enter society after incarceration to learning more about the city’s wastewater.
Phoenix will wade into the legal battle to block a question about citizenship from the upcoming U.S. Census as the City Council voted Tuesday to join either New York or California in one of the ongoing lawsuits against the federal government.
The city of Tempe will soon start installing a new system to help the hard of hearing while they visit the library. Hearing loops send a clear stream of audio from the person speaking into a hearing aid or cochlear implant.
Since the 1960s, the U.S. has seen a number of African-American athletes who have been willing to express their political views — views that were often considered out of the mainstream or controversial.
When you think about processed foods, you probably think about Cheetos or Doritos — the kinds of foods that you might not really know what’s in them. But processed foods aren’t all bad, according to biologist and science writer Nicola Temple.
In the last several months, we’ve seen teachers walk out of schools demanding higher pay. And we’ve seen students walk out of class demanding stricter gun laws. But what about the parents in that equation?
Since University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale was built, the area has been a regular part of the rotation for hosting the big game. But there used to be a detailed bidding process put together by a local committee. The NFL recently changed that.
Arizona’s bald eagle population has continued to grow since the birds were removed from the endangered species list in 2007. Every year a dedicated group of biologists camp out and watch the next generation from egg to first flight.