Another group of Central American families apprehended at the Texas border were dropped off Thursday at the Phoenix Greyhound Station. Most are women and children, and many are surprised they’re not returned to their native country.
More than 30,000 Arizona prisoners are asking for better healthcare and a review of solitary confinement. The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled inmates in Arizona state prisons can join together to bring a class action suit against the Department of Corrections.
Some Valley golf course owners will have to follow new rules if they install security fences while their property goes up for sale. Phoenix City Council has approved a new ordinance to prevent golf course blight.
A 2010 state law designed to prevent Arizona from limiting greenhouse gasses could prevent state regulators from coming up with a plan to limit carbon dioxide emissions from power plants without legislative approval.
The acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Sloan Gibson, held his first meeting with veterans groups Wednesday morning. He used the time to announce how he plans to respond to the Inspector General’s interim report.
Ferguson, Staten Island, Cleveland. The conversation about race in this country has reached fever pitch in 2014. We'll talk about race and much more with the mayor of Memphis, a city with one of the highest African American populations in the U.S.