The attorney who helped Tucson shooter Jared Loughner avoid the death penalty will now join the team that’s representing the Boston Marathon bomber. A U.S. magistrate has approved the addition of Judy Clarke to the team of lawyers defending Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
For two weeks in 1865, President
Lincoln’s body was carried across the Northeast by train.
Just ahead of the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s death, a team of Arizona researchers has cracked a mystery surrounding the funeral.
Strong winds and low humidity add up to a bad combination for Arizona’s forests. Forecasters warn that much of the northern half of Arizona will be ripe for wildfires Tuesday. The National Weather Service has posted red flag warnings starting at 11 a.
The federal government has decided against limiting the number of nesting golden eagles that Hopis can collect for religious ceremonies. The Hopi tribe had been authorized to collect 40 eaglets this year for religious use.
A major labor leader is worried a merger between
US Airways and American Airlines could cause a battle between two unions that
represent ground workers. US Airways and American’s ground workers are represented by
two different unions.
Thousands of inmates at two California prisons may
be removed from their current facility to protect them from Valley Fever. Federal
medical receiver J. Clark Kelso is in charge of improving health care at California prisons.
The parents of students in poorly performing public
schools are facing a deadline this week to get state help to put their kids in
new schools. Lawmakers approved what are called 'empowerment scholarship
accounts,' two years ago for students in schools with a D or F rating.
Representatives of Children's Advocacy Centers in Arizona and across the
country are urging members of Congress not to accept the cuts that are proposed
in the administration's 2014 budget. They would drop federal funding for CAC's
and related programs from $18 million to zero.
Some new technology is allowing the Pinal County
Sheriff's Office to offer inmates visits with their family around the world. For
a small fee, the inmates can use the Internet to see and talk to family
members, according to Sheriff's Office IT spokesman Matt Dimuzio.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is monitoring two
Mexican gray wolf pups it plans to release soon in Eastern
Arizona. Spokesman Jim Paxon says the goal is to have as many
'wild-born and wild-raised' wolves as possible to minimize interaction with
people or their property.
The state capitol will be quiet Monday today, as lawmakers take the
day off – they’re expected to work Tuesdays through Thursdays for a little
while.That reflects the fact that there’s not a lot left to do this session.
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The first triple-digit temperatures of the year may arrive as early as Monday. A high-pressure system started moving across the Southwestern United States over the weekend, and National Weather Service Meteorologist Valerie Meyers said it is going to stick around for a few more days.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne met in Phoenix Monday with city attorneys from around the state to discuss the legality of civil unions. Horne is reacting to Bisbee’s recent approval of civil unions for gay couples.
No one used to notice the large, grey parking structure at
the corner of First Avenue and Thomas Road. But those days are over.
The new mural, spray painted against a parking structure, now towers over Thomas Road, near Central Avenue.
Arizona utilities this week gave regulators a sense of how
their supply of energy is looking for this summer. They told members of the
Arizona Corporation Commission that they are ready to handle the increased demand that higher temperatures will bring.
Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas says he wants to be
Arizona's next governor to combat crime and border violence. He filed the paperwork for his gubernatorial bid
Andrew Thomas filed paperwork to run for Arizona Governor on Friday afternoon.
South Mountain Freeway moved one step closer to construction on Friday – nearly 30
years after it was originally proposed. After the decades-long wait, the state
transportation department has released the first draft of an impact study for the
final phase of Loop 202.
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors has approved a permit for a medical marijuana dispensary near Maricopa despite the county attorney's recommendation that it be denied.County Attorney Lando Voyles recommended against approving the dispensary, worrying county employees who process paperwork for it, could be subject to federal prosecution.
Cucumbers distributed from southern Arizona have been linked to salmonella in 18 states. The Food and Drug Administration is detaining imports of cucumbers from the Mexican company Daniel Cardenas Izabal and Miracle Greenhouse.