Mexico’s incoming president visited the neighboring state of Sonora this week, stopping for a trip to two border cities to lay out an ambitious agenda. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador stood on stage in Nogales, laying out his plans to a cheering crowd of a few thousand people.
The Maricopa County Internal Audit Department issued a review of primary election day, but it left a major question unanswered. Sixty-two polling sites were unopened when voting was supposed to start at 6 a.m.
The Cooper Center in Tucson has three major focuses for its students: to enhance their positive experiences in nature, to give them basic ecological understandings, and to inspire them to live in more sustainable lives.
Baseball’s Diamondbacks have faded from postseason contention. Football’s Cardinals are off to an dreadful 0-2 start. Hockey’s Coyotes and basketball’s Suns remain in rebuilding mode as they begin their seasons this fall. But The Phoenix Rising is doing just as their name implies.
Despite some opposition to extending light rail into south Phoenix, Valley Metro wants to stay the course. At a special meeting scheduled for Wednesday, the council will be asked to approve the two-lane design, which will reduce Central Avenue to one lane for vehicles in each direction.
Ninety-one percent of the $2,344,672,606 spent by the The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment system in fiscal year 2017 went to programs connected to Medicaid and KidsCare, the state’s health insurance program for low-income children.
Authorities say Arizona residents and immigrants from Guatemala were among the eight people killed in a head-on crash. Federal court records show 45-year-old driver Rodney Palimo pleaded guilty in March 2008 to a misdemeanor count of aiding and abetting an alien.
Saturday is officially the first day of fall and, for some people, that means one thing: pumpkins! But if you don’t like corn mazes or apple picking, you still have pumpkin spice and the pumpkin spice latte.
With Dr. Christine Blasey Ford still negotiating the terms for her testimony against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, it's unclear whether the Senate Judiciary Committee will hear from Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh on Monday.
As Judge Brett Kavanaugh stands accused of sexual assault when he was a teenager, Republicans and Democrats are fighting about how or if these allegations should impact the schedule of his ongoing Supreme Court nomination.