That bit of fake research from my alma mater was courtesy of The Onion — the article went on to suggest problems with transportation infrastructure in the — expanded — Valley could add up to 1,400 hours to workers’ daily commutes.
Glitches with the electronic tablets poll workers use to check in voters caused lines at various polling places throughout Maricopa County on Election Day morning. By late morning, election officials said sites that had seen morning lines were running smoothly again after problematic e-pollbooks were swapped out.
One of the four corner states has volunteered to issue Amber Alerts for the Navajo Nation. In the event an abduction of a child on the Navajo Nation, the state of New Mexico would notify both Arizona and Utah if the nation issues an Amber Alert.
Arizona voters have turned out in record numbers this year, but some last-minute voters still aren’t sure what they want from this presidential election. Both candidates have left a bad taste for some Valley voters.
Franklin Police and Fire High School is a public school, but there are only around 300 students here, all of whom had to apply to get in. In junior year, students join either the fire or law enforcement track, where on top of the typical high school curriculum, they train to become firemen or police officers.
Since the Phoenix Police Department resumed hiring in March 2015, it has increased the numbers of women, minorities and veterans. Nearly 30 percent of new hires identified as Hispanic, 12 percent more than current sworn officers.