The Arizona Department of Corrections wants a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of its revised execution protocol thrown out before a supply of lethal injection drugs expires next month.
Six schools in Arizona operated by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Education have been chosen for campus-wide replacement projects. To qualify, schools had to be more than 50 years old, have a “poor” facility condition rating, or house more than 75% of students in portable buildings.
Earthquakes typically have one significant event and a few aftershocks, but are not often felt in Arizona. Over the last week, however, 19 earthquakes trembled the far northwestern corner of the state.
Livestock producers can now submit an application to receive compensation for living in the presence of endangered Mexican Gray Wolves. The payment plan was developed by the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Council.