A federal judge says the Navajo Nation can seek damages from Free People, LLC, a subsidiary of Urban Outfitters Inc. It’s the latest development in the tribe’s lawsuit against the company for what they say is the illegal use of the word "Navajo" to describe their merchandise.
Saying there's evidence of illegal retaliation, a federal appeals court gave the go-ahead Wednesday for the Arizona Students Association to sue the Board of Regents to get back money the latter group says was illegally withheld.
The Arizona Department of Education has shut down a school for special needs students in Glendale, but a spokesman for the school says the problems have been fixed and about 120 students will return next week.
A piece of land that was improperly tilled led to hazardous road conditions, accidents and closures on Interstate 10. The dust was ultimately contained with a product called Gorilla Snot, produced by a Valley company.
When it opened as the Jefferson Hotel in 1915, the six-story building was the tallest in the state. In 1960, it served as a brief backdrop in the movie, “Psycho.” The city bought it 25 years ago and it’s sat vacant for the last six.
Phoenix City Council members unanimously approved a new ordinance designed to protect dogs. It prohibits what's often called 'tethering,' or restraining a dog to a stationary object and leaving it unattended.
If the only music you know from "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone is from their Broadway hit "The Book of Mormon," then you may be surprised that there’s a new production in the Valley entirely devoted to some of their other tunes.
A Flagstaff scientist has a new idea about how mountains form on Io, the volcanic moon of Jupiter. Michael Bland of the U.S. Geological Survey created a mathematical model to explain Io’s unusual mountains.