Voters in Arizona and the Rocky Mountain West want their public lands protected and say the positions of candidates on conservation and land use could decide who gets their vote in the November elections.
Recent word that tobacco sales at CVS drugstores would be going up in smoke soon has created momentum among groups and organizations trying to reduce use of cigarettes and cigars to single-digit percentages.
We are teaming with Robrt Pela and Amy Silverman of the Phoenix New Times on a list of things you have got to do in Phoenix before you die. Last week, it was a visit to Metrocenter. This afternoon, Steve Goldstein and Silveman take us out to eat at the legendary Barrio Café.
Police in Oro Valley are battling what they call a pretty sophisticated credit card scam. Spokeswoman Kara Riley said they discovered the problem when a victim reported unauthorized charges on a credit card still in that person’s possession.
People like the Yazidis, Coptic Christians, and Assyrians, who have survived persecution over the centuries and are now threatened by ISIS, other Islamists or civil war. These ancient religions offer many clues about the past.