Over two days last week, three Arizonans – a teacher, a former student and a immigration case worker – came to Washington to add their voices to the debate over Merrick Garland’s stalled Supreme Court nomination.
How powerful could Latino voters be in Arizona’s August primary and November’s general election? Analysts have expected Latino turnout to get bigger and more impactful — but it hasn’t lived up to expectations.
The Arizona State University athletic department has a lot of programs and a lot of competition — from inside the Pac-12 Conference and around the community. That hasn’t stopped Athletic Director Ray Anderson from making major hires.
Valley playwright Ben Tyler, who has written extensively about some of Arizona’s better-known political figures — including Barry Goldwater and Evan Mecham — has put together an event to mark the 40th anniversary.
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan is responding to criticism over her handling of publicity pamphlets that weren’t mailed out in time for this month’s special election. Reagan's office continues to blame the error on technology.
Before the election, the county announced they were working to make the election process easier after the issues with long lines and limited polling places during the Presidential Preference Election in March.
The Valley will soon say its final goodbyes to a Phoenix police officer gunned down in the line of duty, and drivers in the north part of the Valley should expect traffic restrictions and road closures on Thursday that could last hours.
Jeff DeWit reiterated his contention that it takes congressional approval before the state can withdraw more money from a trust account made up of the proceeds of land given to Arizona by the federal government when it became a state.
A U.S. customs officer on trial this week in El Paso is accused of smuggling people into the country illegally, including immigrants who had been deported. Witnesses said they paid a $2,500 bribe to enter the country.
It seems Americans are hungry for diversity when it comes to their food. The National Restaurant Association finds 66 percent of consumers surveyed eat a wider variety of ethnic cuisines than they did five years ago. In recognition of Arizona Restaurant Week, we’re taking a closer look at how the industry is meeting new customer demands.
The state will soon start pumping cash into schools after Arizonans narrowly passed Proposition 123, but officials in Lake Havasu say they will need voters’ help again in November to avoid the worst case scenario, closing an elementary school.