Slowly, some of Phoenix’s streets are getting dramatic makeovers. While these projects may put a squeeze on future traffic, advocates of "Complete Streets" are welcoming the city’s steady embrace of what some call a key solution to city health and safety issues.
One hundred years ago today, Pancho Villa led his men across the U.S. border to the town of Columbus, New Mexico, where they massacred 18 Americans. Although Columbus is 250 miles from Tucson, there’s controversy here over Pancho Villa because of a 15-foot bronze statue of him on a horse in a downtown park.
Arizona lawmakers have sent Governor Doug Ducey a bill that would require the Arizona Board of Education to develop a menu of options from which districts could choose alternatives to the AZ Merit test.
A federal jury decided yesterday that two polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah border discriminated against residents who were not members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.