Maybe when you’re driving along Camelback Road with a hot cup of coffee in your hands, you silently hope you don’t hit a bump in the road. Well, some Phoenix Street Transportation Department workers are motivated to do their jobs well by that same scenario.
Increased demand for certain paper products could pay off for the West Valley. The Finland-based company behind Chinet disposable tableware plans to open a manufacturing and distribution center in Goodyear.
Supporters and planners of the long-discussed South Mountain Freeway extension are hoping the actual building of the road is much smoother than the process that led to its construction, which starts Monday night.
As a University of Arizona spacecraft heads to an asteroid, the UA-based Catalina Sky Survey continues to identify new near-Earth objects. One whizzed by our planet on Sept. 7, two days after it was discovered.
Mi Familia Vota is one of several local voter outreach organizations working to increase voter registration and turnout within the Latino community. This year they set the lofty goal of registering 75,000 new Arizonan latinos to vote before the October 10 registration deadline.
The U.S. Border Patrol recently opened its usually secretive training procedures to public scrutiny, offering journalists a rare experience inside an agency simulator designed to train agents on what they can do to stop someone in the field and what they cannot do.