A California-based company is on its way to becoming the first business to open at Phoenix’s Resource Innovation Campus. A city subcommittee voted Tuesday to recommend the full council approve the deal when it meets next week.
Navajo Nation leaders are firming up plans to meet with Donald Trump when he visits Arizona on Saturday. Campaign officials told the tribe that the Republican presidential candidate is open to meeting with Navajo lawmakers.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is researching how different irrigation techniques work in the desert. The Ak-Chin Indian Community is already using one technology has seen a huge increase in water-efficient farming.
As part of a national campaign to address prescription painkiller and opioid abuse, Dr. Vivek Murthy is trying to get buy-ins from doctors, policy makers and the public to spend more on treatment programs.
The Democratic National Committee, a plaintiff in a lawsuit accusing Arizona of suppressing voters during the state’s Presidential Preference Election, has asked a federal judge to issue a preliminary injunction against the state.
A U.S. citizen is suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Arizona, after she says she was detained for seven hours, strip searched, then forced to submit to an anal and vaginal probe.
The Supreme Court ruled federal courts must recognize tribal convictions when determining if a domestic violence offender should legally be considered “habitual”. Repeated convictions for domestic violence can lead to stiffer prison sentences.
The company that convinced Arizona leaders to change state law so it could do business here has lost its biggest client. Late Sunday, Walgreens announced it was terminating its relationship with medical testing company Theranos effective immediately.