The Mexican peso has been steadily losing value against the U.S. dollar, reaching an all-time low in late August. While Americans may find this a good time to vacation south of the border, it's not so great for Mexican shoppers who come north.
The debt owed on University of Phoenix Stadium will likely not be on the minds of Arizona Cardinals fans when the team kicks off its 2015 regular season this Sunday, but a recent audit shows the revenue streams created to help build the stadium are falling short.
Five private prison operators are interested in taking over the Kingman facility. They are vying for the rest of the contract after Arizona Governor Doug Ducey removed Management and Training Corporation.
The group trying to recall Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas filed a complaint with the Arizona Attorney General’s office Tuesday. It contends her chief of staff used his official authority to influence political action.
In September, a Phoenix surveying and civil engineering firm will be doing feasibility studies on two proposed hydroelectric facilities on the Upper Lukosi River in the east African country of Tanzania.
Some biology textbooks in the Gilbert Public School District now have a sticker on them saying the district “supports the state of Arizona's strong interest in promoting childbirth and adoption over elective abortion.”