Arizona is one of several states selling beer aged
with baseball bats this Memorial Day Weekend, to help military families. The Phoenix Ale Brewery is among nine craft beer
makers across the country selling beer aged with unfinished Louisville Slugger
maple baseball bats.
The Navajo Nation’s case against Urban Outfitters is on hold while the parties work toward a settlement. The Nation sued Urban Outfitters in March of last year, saying the clothing company violated trademarks of the Navajo name.
Apache County Supervisors have passed an ordinance that prohibits state and federal government from releasing Mexican Gray Wolves in the county. But the measure is drawing criticism from environmentalists who want to protect the threatened wolf species.
Coconino County sheriff's deputies have arrested a 25-year-old transient for tossing a cigarette that ignited a fire along I-40, near Flagstaff on Thursday. James Duncan was taken into custody, in connection with the one-acre blaze, which was quickly dealt with by firefighters, according to Sheriff's Office spokesman Gerry Blair.
A mistrial has been declared in the penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial. The now-dismissed jury says it was hopelessly deadlocked on the issue of whether Arias should spend the rest of her life in prison, or be put to death.
Firefighters are getting the upper hand on a human-caused wildfire that has been burning in the Coronado National Forest, east of Nogales. Spokeswoman Michelle Fiddler says the Soldier Basin Fire is now 70 percent contained after charring nearly 11,000 acres of grass and brush.
If you're headed into the forests this holiday weekend, you may want to listen up. The Game and Fish Department is telling people to be "bear aware," with spokesman Mark Hart warning food and food odors can attract unwanted guests to your campsite.
is traditionally seen as the start of summer – and of higher gas prices for the
season. But not this year. Arizona is experiencing its lowest gas prices for
the holiday weekend in three years.
put off deciding whether to allow chickens within city limits. The city council
decided more time was needed for city staff to do research on the urban chicken
Chandler chicken lovers will have to wait and see whether the city will permit the birds.
Arizona State University is launching a free summer program offering mentorship and business training for inventors and entrepreneurs. ASU will provide a meeting space in downtown Tempe for those in the program to connect and collaborate.
Jan Brewer told lawmakers she wouldn't be signing any bills until progress was
made on a state budget and Medicaid expansion. Late yesterday, her actions
matched her words.Governor
Brewer vetoed five bills on Thursday after Senate President Andy Biggs sent
them to her desk.
A conservation group says lead poisoning
killed several endangered birds last winter. The
Peregrine Fund says eight California Condors died last winter in Arizona and Utah.
Four of them died from lead poisoning.
Tribe of Northern Arizona says a national bank seriously mishandled its investments.
The tribe claims it has lost millions.
The tribe filed
its claims against Wachovia earlier this month with the Financial Industry
The historic Clark Telescope at Flagstaff’s Lowell Observatory is set to undergo a $300,000 makeover. A fundraiser for the project successfully wrapped up this week.The telescope has been a familiar site on Flagstaff’s Mars Hill for the past 117 years.
The funeral for Phoenix Firefighter Bradley
Harper is scheduled for Friday. The memorial service will be at
Christ's Church of the Valley. Harper will be laid to rest at the Greenwood Memory Lawn
A paper released this month concludes there are strong benefits to
dual language instruction for children who grow up speaking a language
other than English at home.
The number of kids entering school who grow up with two languages has grown by 40 percent in the last decade.
The City of Chandler
will decide Thursday whether or not to allow chickens within city limits. Turns
out, urban chickens are already roosting across much of the Phoenix area.
You can hear
them across the Valley, from Phoenix to Gilbert, Mesa to Scottsdale.
New numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau released Wednesday show that cities in the Southwest are the fastest growing in the country. Most of those fast growing cities are in Texas, but two Arizona cities made the list.
A human-caused wildfire continues to spread in the Patagonia Mountains near Nogales. Since Friday, it has consumed more than 10,000 acres of mesquite trees, brush and grass. Officials say it is 55% contained.
Fire restrictions go into effect throughout much of the
state Wednesday and Thursday. They generally apply to both state and federal land. Under the Stage One restrictions, campfires are not allowed,
except in some developed campgrounds, and smoking is only allowed inside
vehicles, or in areas with three feet around them without flammable materials.
Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal defense for the poor, the mentally challenged, children and the wrongly condemned has a new book called, "Just Mercy."