"The reason why we’re pushing for that is because that will unlock $1 million in federal funding to help with capital projects at our growing airport," said John Heiney, who's with Prescott’s Office of Tourism.
A new report takes a comprehensive look at where Arizona stands on just about every major health issue we face — and what state health leaders need to prioritize. A new report takes a comprehensive look at where Arizona stands on just about every major health issue we face — and what state health leaders need to prioritize.
Congresswoman Martha McSally could face at least one opponent in the GOP primary, and the buzz for the last few months is that a key Democratic opponent could be Arizona’s former Attorney General Grant Woods.
The drama continues in the far East Valley, where Johnson Utilities customers have experienced serious challenges in the quest to have enough water. The town of Queen Creek has moved to step in and provide water to Johnson Utilities, which is currently being run by EPCOR.
Since 2014, Bob Burns, one of five statewide elected members of the Corporation Commission, has made several plays to investigate millions of dollars in election spending toward Corporation Commission candidates.
Stakeholders in Arizona have worked all year to come up with a framework for a deal to cut back on water. Significant work still needs to be done, but the big question is: will the state Legislature want to do even more?
Joaquin Guzman started from humble beginnings, born in a remote village in Sinaloa, Mexico. He started in the drug trade in the 1980s, and today is accused of being one of the world's biggest drug kingpins.
A coalition of health and community advocates met Wednesday in Phoenix to object to the Trump administration’s proposal to roll back fuel efficiency standards. They argued the move would make the Valley’s air dirtier than it already is.