Arizona’s grasslands lie northwest of Flagstaff and two-thirds of it have been impacted by drought, invasive species and wildfire. Now, $3 million is going directly to preserving the habitat for native species like mule deer and golden eagles.
The North American International Auto Show, or NAIAS, is the largest auto event in the country, and it’s a preview of what’s to come in the auto industry. This is the first year technology and innovation are the focus. But while ride-sharing and smart-technology may be the future, it seems a long way away for the Valley.
Arizona’s business community wants to change the way some propositions make it to the ballot box. During the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s legislative forecast luncheon on Friday, leaders promised to work with the governor and lawmakers to alter the initiative process.
President Obama decided Friday not to grant monument status to a large parcel of land adjacent to Grand Canyon National Park, a move that would have made permanent the administration’s temporary ban on uranium mining.
Arizona law generally prohibits taking, possessing, buying or selling wildlife, except in certain circumstances. But, that doesn’t stop poachers from capturing and selling reptiles and other exotic animals.
TSA has put up notices informing travelers about the need to comply with the REAL ID Act by 2018. But in Arizona, driver’s licenses and IDs are supposed to be valid until 2020. To help figure it out, we spoke with Charlie Leocha. He’s chairman and founder of Travelers United.
The annual National Council of Legislators from Gaming States conference started in Scottsdale today. We talked about current gaming issues with Joseph Weinert, executive vice president of Spectrum Gaming Group, the organizer behind the conference.
More than 140 million Americans were affected by the data breach at Equifax, and those affects could be long-lasting. What if firms like Equifax had to have insurance before collecting our personal data?