Leaders say there’s enough downtown parking for most retail, restaurants and events, but not for workers. A new trolley and reduced parking hours are two ways the city hopes to help some downtown businesses in the northeast quadrant.
The U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona will not decide whether six-term Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio should face criminal contempt of court charges. Instead the decision will be up to lawyers with the DOJ’s Public Integrity Section in Washington, D.C.
Kelli Ward is the challenger against incumbent Sen. John McCain in Tuesday's primary election Tuesday. After a career as a doctor, she ran for the Arizona legislature in response to the Affordable Care Act.
It's been curtains for a number of theatre companies in the Valley over the past few years. Fountain Hills Theater seems to be bucking that treacherous trend. The company is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Let’s talk now about that old line – “lights, camera, action.” Lighting Designer Daniel Davisson started off on the action side of things.The Fountain Hills native did some shows in the community theater there, which his aunt ran. But one day, he asked to do the lights for “Charlotte’s Web,” and he was hooked.
A billboard on I-10 at 67th Avenue has a very simple phrase on it: Hey ISIS, you suck…from #ActualMuslims. A similar message has also been seen in Chicago and has been put together by a multimedia grouped called Sound Vision.
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake says he’s concerned about the future of the Republican Party if it continues to be associated with Donald Trump. The drama of election season dominated a town hall with the senator in Phoenix on Friday.
More than 60 percent of Arizona teens say they are more aware of the symptoms and risks associated with concussions than they were a few years ago. That’s according to the results of an online survey of 304 students by the Barrow Neurological Institute.
An archaeology expedition led by Northern Arizona University has uncovered one of the largest Mayan tombs ever found in Belize. It’s the most significant discovery in more than century of research at the site.
Fifteen years ago, 14 undocumented migrants were found dead from exposure along the U.S.-Mexico border near Yuma. In response, Yuma Sector Border Patrol developed emergency beacons for migrants in distress. But the deaths continue, leading a Tucson human rights organization to create a database to identify the dead.
It had been more than two decades since Colorado River water flowed into the Sea of Cortez. It was part of a historic agreement called the Minute 319 Pulse Flow — and it may have had some environmentally unfriendly side-effects.