Residents of Tohono O’odham Nation, southwest of Tucson, call them 15 towering monsters. The Border Patrol calls them Integrated Fixed Towers. And the Sierra Club calls them an environmental nightmare.
The Arizona Geological Survey officially moved in with the University of Arizona. That move also comes with a loss of funding, meaning the survey has to find grants and contracts and implement fees for its services.
The second day of the Republican National Convention figures to be less dramatic than the first – when some delegates during the afternoon session noisily called for a roll call vote on the convention’s rules; that request was denied.
High-ranking members of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will head to court Friday where lawyers are expected to argue they should not face criminal contempt referrals for failing to follow a judge's orders.