The city of Sunland Park, N.M., is trying to restore its reputation after years of political scandal and fiscal abuse. That effort is underway even as a group of citizens push for the city to disincorporate.
Some families roast their holiday meals, others may fry them, but cooking can produce a lot of grease. Instead of pouring it down the sink, some valley cities are hoping residents will bring in their waste cooking oil for recycling.
A fire that leveled a Cave Creek landmark is now being labeled as suspicious. The establishment’s owner has longtime ties to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, which is now leading the investigation.