CenturyLink will now be dealing with a consumer lawsuit filed by the state of Minnesota. The filing makes Minnesota the eighth state, including Arizona, in which the telecommunications giant has been charged with fraud.
Emergency service agencies are constantly looking for new technologies to get the word out about major events affecting residents. But when it comes to the monsoons in Arizona, old technology is still the most trusted.
As more consumers rely on the convenience of online shopping and seek out specialty stores over big-box retail, more shopping centers are losing traditional tenants. What’s moving in is not only changing the retail landscape, but also neighborhoods.
The Dream Act, which would provide a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who entered the country at a young age, was first introduced in Congress in 2001. Despite repeated efforts, it has never passed. On Thursday, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham and Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin reintroduced the latest version of the legislation.
Birdwatchers know it’s possible to see an eagle in the Valley — but if you train your binoculars just right, you might just notice some eagles wearing little backpacks. Salt River Project bought six of these packs, and four eagles have been outfitted with them so far.
In one ZIP code in Maryvale, there were 642 pit bulls and Chihuahuas surrendered or found as strays just last year. The area had the highest intake of pit bulls for the fourth year in a row, and the highest of Chihuahuas last year.
Since their introduction around 70 years ago, antibiotics have been used to help most of us recover from illnesses and infectious diseases. But there’s an increasing number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria making the drugs much less effective. And that’s, at least in part, because of how often they’ve been prescribed.
A group of Arizona mayors is calling on Gov. Ducey to make further reforms to the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System, or PSPRS. In addition, an ad hoc committee of the state House of Representatives is holding meetings on the subject. Its next gathering is next week in Prescott.
Sen. John McCain broke the news of his cancer diagnosis on Wednesday evening. Since then, letters of support and condolence have been pouring in from statesmen and citizens alike. But what is this type of cancer McCain now battles?
A judge Wednesday rejected a bid by Arizona Public Service to let the Arizona Corporation Commission vote on the company's rate hike request before considering claims about the utility’s political influence on regulators.
Arizona is not enforcing its contract with correctional health care company Corizon. The private company has failed to fully staff a wide range of medical and administrative positions, potentially putting prisoners' lives at risk.