Arizona lawmakers have introduced a bill that would protect the LGBT community from employment discrimination, the same legislation that has failed to pass several times. With same-sex marriage now legal in Arizona, lawmakers are hoping to be successful, while some conservative groups vow to put up another fight.
There are only a handful of bands that truly stand the test of time and resonate with fans spanning across the globe and the generations. Bands like The Beatles, The Ronettes and the Ramones. Longtime drummer for the group and one of its only surviving members, Marky Ramone, wrote a book titled “Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone” that came out this week.
The Pistoleros have been a fixture of the Valley music scene for over 20 years and is probably best known for its role in Tempe's jangle pop scene of the 1990s. Now the band is releasing its first album in 10 years, "Shine."
Governor Doug Ducey is unveiling his budget and it’s expected to detail how he plans to fill in an approximately half-billion-dollar gap in the current year’s budget, and around a $1 billion deficit in the fiscal year starting in July.
The federal government doesn't have the budget to upgrade all of the nation's outdated border crossings. But a new program allows it to accept donations from entities willing to do the work and raise the funds.
In two separate letters signed by six of Arizona’s congressional delegation in Washington, D.C., lawmakers are urging a federal inquiry into third-party solar leasing companies for deceptive marketing practices and encouraging risky leases for consumers. But at least one of those letters was originally drafted by an employee of Arizona Public Service, the state’s largest utility.
Evan Wyloge, Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting