Master Electronics is one of 26 companies to receive the 2019 President’s “E” Award for Exports. The recognition is reserved for companies that demonstrate a sustained increase in export sales over a four-year period.
Many hiking enthusiasts can only dream of getting a permit to see "The Wave," an ocean of sandstone near the Arizona-Utah border. But the Bureau of Land Management is now considering allowing more visitors.
Another member of the legendary Navajo Code Talkers has died. New Mexico state Sen. John Pinto served more than four decades in the New Mexico State Senate. Members of the Arizona state Legislature remembered him on the Arizona House floor.
The U.S. job market is at a point of being called full employment as, technically, there are more openings than people looking to fill them. And that has generally meant strong numbers across the demographic spectrum.
The ACLU and the ACLU of Arizona are suing Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery over public records. They say the county attorney’s stonewalling and delay tactics in response to a large public records request submitted by investigative journalist Sean Holstege is illegal.
In addition to the budget, Arizona lawmakers are also considering a bill that would allow some students on the Navajo Nation to continue using their Empowerment Scholarship Accounts at a New Mexico private school.
Republicans and Democrats in the Arizona Legislature have finally found a spending proposal they can agree on — tripling the allowance legislators earn for their work at the Capitol. Lawmakers have not seen a pay hike 1998.
Cochise County and the sheriff of the county are being sued in relation to sexual assault allegations against a former jail chaplain. On Jan. 11, 2019 now-former jail chaplain Doug Packer was arrested on suspicion of multiple sexual assaults.