What does the future hold, economically-speaking, for Arizona? A panel of economists will gaze into their crystal balls at the annual Economic Outlook Event put on by ASU’s WP Carey School of Business.
The new state budget just approved by Gov. Doug Ducey could mean that Planned Parenthood funding from the government will be cut off in the future. Cathi Herrod, president of Center for Arizona Policy, is not shy about expressing displeasure with Planned Parenthood.
A new education advocacy group wants voters to have the last word on Arizona’s controversial private school-voucher expansion law. Save Our Schools Arizona needs to collect more than 75,000 voter signatures to make that happen.
The process of getting through customs in Phoenix is becoming more digital for U.S and Canadian citizens. Sky Harbor has become the latest airport to use the Mobile Passport app from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The latest study on mortality rates reveals Arizona is in the top 20 percent of states with the lowest death rates. The report, published in The Journal of The American Medical Association’s Internal Medicine Publication, extrapolates the latest available figures from 2014 and shows Arizona ranks 10th with an average of 724 deaths per 100,000 residents.
After more than a year of investigating, Phoenix police have named a suspect in the “Serial Street Shooter” case. Two new murders are linked to the investigation. Police booked 23-year-old Aaron Saucedo on 26 separate felony counts, all related to shootings from 2015 and 2016.
Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to sign a $9.8 billion state budget today. Teachers and education advocates, though, had pushed hard for it to include more money for teacher pay — $34 million per year, to be exact.
Through the Room with a View program, you can rent cabins on National Forest land all around the state. These are not your average rustic cabin rentals. They’re not exactly luxury, but they’re each historic residences, some are even on the National Register of Historic Places.
A new slate of commissioners will be selected after the 2020 Census to redraw the state’s legislative and congressional districts. And, if the past is any guide, those maps will be the subject of a fair amount of litigation. But what if a simple math equation could end all that?
The presidential election in France, won by Emanuel Macron, was the biggest international story of the weekend. But there is a lot to look ahead to this week, including the United States and the Philippines holding joint military exercises.
Protesters have gathered outside the governor’s mansion in Austin, Texas, the day after Gov. Greg Abbott signed SB 4, dealing with illegal immigration. The bill targets so-called “sanctuary cities,” but also does more than that.