An exploration of what is next or should be next for Arizona's Child Protective Services. Last week, Department of Economic Services Director Clarence Carter revealed that 6,000 reported cases of possible child abuse were set aside and not investigated.
Arizona’s current campaign finance limits will remain in place, at least for now. The state Supreme Court is refusing to allow a new law, voided last month by the state Court of Appeals, to up the limits to go into effect, while arguments take place about its legality.
Department of Public Safety is collaborating with the Arizona Department of Transportation and other agencies to designate Interstate 17, from Anthem to Cordes Junction, a "safety corridor," like they did over the Labor Day weekend.
The senior living community of Sun City is a step closer to getting its first medical marijuana dispensary. A judge ruled that Maricopa County cannot prevent the pot stores from opening in unincorporated areas.
It is the ninth busiest airport in the U.S. and among the top 15 in the world. Among its unique features is its location in the middle of the city, but once upon a time our airport was considered to be a distance away from…everything.
Downtown Tempe restaurants and bars are preparing for the weekend rush of people. The Arizona State University and University of Arizona rivalry game attracts locals and visitors to the area in droves, but this game has a championship home advantage on the line.
A Tucson woman has, for the second time this month, been busted on human smuggling charges. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office says she has admitted receiving $800 for transporting the four undocumented immigrants who were in her Phoenix-bound vehicle.
The latest home sales report released Tuesday morning by RealtyTrac, shows a 2 percent increase in annualized sales from October and a 13 percent hike in sales from October of last year, but Arizona bucked the national trend.