Glendale officials has wrapped up it’s first “warrant wipe out” program in hopes of getting people to pay their outstanding traffic tickets and misdemeanor fines. But only 140 people came forward in time to avoid jail time.
A former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader should not have been allowed to sue an Arizona-based gossip website over online posts about her sexual history, an appeals court ruled Monday in a case watched closely by Internet giants including Google and Facebook.
Glendale officials want to extend the city's sales tax increase to rescue it from financial disaster. They'll use the revenue to pay off a mountain of debt created partly when the city invested in pro sports.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, who last week sued the federal government after it brought hundreds of undocumented children into Arizona from Texas, plans to visit a federal detention center in Nogales on Monday.
The restaurant company P.F. Chang's says data from credit and debit cards used at its restaurants were stolen. The Scottsdale-based restaurant chain is working with the federal government to investigate the problem.
The State Transportation Board approved a new Five-Year Construction Program late last week. While the Arizona Department of Transportation's plans are still hampered by a huge loss in revenue, the board added three new projects.