We’re still a little while away from full-on campaign season, yet in different parts of the Valley, you can still see yard signs. Instead of promoting candidates, though, these signs are supporting or opposing development projects.
The long-running Southwest drought is contributing to different ways of thinking about our water supply and how we use the resource. That trend is evident in how a number of farmers and ranchers are reconsidering what they do.
When Gov. Doug Ducey campaigned for the state’s top elected position, he said he wanted to reduce Arizona’s income tax to as close to zero as possible. Reporter Jeremy Duda, of the Arizona Capitol Times, explains why this has been difficult.
The controversial issue of sex education in Arizona schools is in the news again this week, as students and former students in Tuscon call on the Tucson Unified School District to change what they see as their schools’ limited program.
Days after the Tenderfoot fire threatened the tiny town of Yarnell in Central Arizona, another wildfire is threatening several White Mountain communities. The Cedar Creek fire, which started Wednesday, has already burned 5,500 acres -- and it’s growing.
A new type of sales launch appears to have paid off for the group behind the resort homes. Scottsdale-based Five Star Development held what it thinks is the largest-valued single-day real estate event in Arizona.
Pima County’s first “Warrant Resolution Day” exceeded expectations, court administrator Douglas Kooi said Tuesday. By the end of the day 634 people had paid overdue court fines or cleared up other legal issues.
The Tucson Unified School District's Governing Board voted unanimously Tuesday to make changes to the district's sex education curriculum. But what those changes will be exactly is still to be decided.