A battle between a federal agency and many in the community of Lake Havasu City has been raging in recent months, after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a proposal to limit recreational boating on part of the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.
A coalition, including members of the state legislature and city councils, has filed a lawsuit, challenging the constitutionality a new law that precludes cities from regulating “nonwage compensation,” which it defines as items including sick and vacation pay.
If you plan to visit the Grand Canyon, be prepared to pack your own water. A break in the Transcanyon Pipeline and failure from a pump at Indian Garden mean areas at the South Rim are experiencing a water shortage.
In 2013, the city council created a goal to divert 40 percent of trash from landfills by 2020. To meet that goal, the Public Works Department says outside help is needed. The council discussed the plan and not everyone thinks it will pay off.
James Sallis’ novels focus on crime and they are suspenseful, but they are anything but formulaic. In his latest, Willnot, Sallis introduces Dr. Lamar Hale and other characters in a small town where the remains of several people have been found.
The Granite Mountain Hotshot Memorial State Park received a significant cash infusion today. Utility company Arizona Public Service presented officials with a $229,000 donation to help them complete the project.
A U.S. District Judge has been hearing testimony on whether Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin borrowed or stole a musical phrase as part of creating their signature song "Stairway to Heaven." An Arizona musician weighs in on what caused the similar sounding songs.