Early ballots started going in the mail Thursday ahead of the Nov. 4 election. Voters on the permanent early voting list and those who requested early ballots will be able to cast their votes in the next month.
Tourists abandoned the Mexican border city of Juárez in droves when a vicious drug war erupted in its streets beginning five years ago. Now the city wants to win them back with the help of a new shuttle service that will chauffeur visitors from the American side of the border into Mexico.
Five U.S. airports are adding new layers of screenings for passengers to try to keep Ebola from entering this country, but national and state health officials caution this only a part of combating the deadly disease.
The U.S. Army has awarded $80 million in helicopter contracts to the owner of a Mesa company, even as the Justice Department investigates whether she played by the rules to win earlier military contracts.
Tempe did it. The town of Gilbert was considering it. Now, in northwestern Arizona, Mohave County has done it. The Board of Supervisors there voted to ban the use of e-cigarettes in public buildings. But not everyone thinks it’s a good idea.
A new report released by the College Board shows that about 35 percent of Hispanic sophomore high school students took the preliminary SAT in Arizona during the 2013-14 school year. That’s the highest rate of Hispanic student participation nationwide from that grade level.
Catellus Development Corporation has been chosen to oversee Arizona State University’s master development plan for its 330-acre University Athletics District in Tempe. The entire project should be completed within the next 10 to 20 years.
The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily halted the march toward legal same sex marriage in Idaho but has allowed Nevada to go forward. KJZZ’s Nick Blumberg told us what that could mean for the future of same sex unions in Arizona.