Every year for the past 25 years, The Princeton Review has been putting out a book ranking what the company says are the country’s best colleges in a wide variety of categories— from Great Financial Aid to Happiest Students to, yes, Party Schools.
Federal immigration officials said Monday they are considering phasing out the use of private contractors at its detention facilities amid pressure from immigrant advocates to end the practice over safety concerns.
A municipal ID card in Phoenix is just one step away from becoming a reality. The Phoenix City Council will cast its final vote on the issue on Wednesday. The move has drawn harsh criticism from some state lawmakers who are vowing to reverse the policy in the state legislature.
Jeremy Weber with the Auditor General’s office said they found First Things First was generally compliant and rigorous in its accounting. He said the agency’s expenditures for fiscal year 2015 were about $163 million dollars.
Money is pouring into the race for Arizona’s corporation commission in the final stretch before the primary. Campaign finance records show a pro-solar group spent about $667,000 dollars in support of Bob Burns, one of two incumbents running for the commission.
Federal authorities hope a $50,000 reward announced Monday, coupled with a falling out between polygamist fugitive Lyle Jeffs and his brother — imprisoned sect leader Warren Jeffs — will lead someone to reveal his whereabouts.
Tuesday is the primary election, and it will be a different set up than the last two elections we had in May and March. It’s also the first election since a new law took effect to prevent so-called ballot harvesting.
Longtime Arizona lawmaker Carolyn Allen died over the weekend at the age of 78. She served in the legislature for 16 years, retiring from the state Senate in 2010. Allen represented Scottsdale and was well known for being extremely straightforward with her views.