The Arizona Legislature has passed a measure that would prevent cities from regulating the sale of commercially bred cats and dogs. The bill would override exiting ordinances in Phoenix and Tempe, as well as a proposed ordinance in Tucson, that requires pet stores to only sell rescue and shelter animals.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has settled a whistle blower retaliation complaint with former Phoenix VA employee Brandon Coleman. He’s now back at work after spending 18 months on paid administrative leave.
In a recording released Thursday morning, Sen. John McCain is heard saying that Donald Trump will make his own Senate re-election campaign more difficult. Still, McCain vowed to support the Republican nominee at a Phoenix event.
Saturday is the Buckeye Demolition Derby, and between the smashing and crashing of cars is the half-time feature - lawn mower racing. If you’re thinking, wait, mowers? That can’t be as thrilling as wrecked cars… not so fast.
Millions of Americans will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a lot of partying while wearing sombreros and fake mustaches — and that has made many people of Mexican descent feel disrespected by this form of cultural appropriation.
The NCAA Board of Governors has adopted a new requirement for sites who want to host events — to make sure they provide an environment free of discrimination and safeguards for the dignity of those involved with the event.
A new ordinance will take effect in Tempe a week from Saturday. It prohibits people from sitting or lying on the sidewalk in downtown Tempe, and from sitting or lying on anything not permanently attached to the ground.
Arizona leaders have spent a lot of energy trying to make Arizona a leader in the biosciences. Now, someone familiar with the industry is asking whether the state’s biotech community has achieved critical mass.