This week’s ruling by a Maricopa County Superior Court judge that the assessment used to pay for part of Arizona’s Medicaid expansion is constitutional has set the stage for an appeal to the state Court of Appeals.
Lawyers for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said in court Friday they are trying to reach a settlement in the sheriff’s contempt of court case. But lawyers for plaintiffs' raised some difficulties with reaching an agreement.
Hiking into the Grand Canyon this time of year is popular but dangerous as remote areas and high temperatures can make search and rescue efforts difficult. First responders are further hampered by old technology, slowing down rescue efforts.
A young man leaves Phoenix and moves back to the Gila River Reservation. Once he gets there, he tries to re-connect with old friends, but gets caught up with a tough crowd. That’s the premise of the movie “In Circles."
In drought-stricken Arizona, grass and water are in short supply, and the infrastructure—like processing plants—isn’t in place for robust local markets. So how does grass-fed beef get from pasture to plate?
'Dark money’ spending allegedly by Arizona Public Service Co. during the last year’s election has continued to put the Arizona Corporation Commission under intense scrutiny.
But two commissioners have now decided to address the issue by asking the companies they regulate to voluntarily stay out of commission elections.