This summer’s monsoons have brought down trees and branches, and have made some of the Valley’s canals a bit muddy. That means a bit of a ramp-up at Phoenix’s water treatment plants, which take that H2O, and get it ready to deliver to homes and businesses.
A new report finds thousands of Hispanic women are victims of sex trafficking in the U.S. and that it’s happening out of bars and cantinas. The group Polaris, which works against modern slavery, found more than half of the victims are minors.
The recount was automatically triggered because the difference between State Senate President Andy Biggs and former Go Daddy executive Christine Jones is less than one tenth of 1 percent of their combined vote total.
The survey done this past week for NBC and the Wall Street Journal by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion shows the five-term incumbent Republican with a 57-38 percent lead over his challenger.
An appeals court has resurrected a lawsuit by former jail inmate in metro Phoenix who claims her rights were violated in 2009 when officers restrained her before and after she gave birth to her son at a hospital.
Air Force officials say if the shortage isn't addressed soon, in 18 months there won't be enough fighter pilots to fill combat front-line squadrons. Arizona's Luke Air Force Base has been tapped to help solve the fighter pilot problem.