Lawmakers on the Navajo Nation have given the OK for a team to negotiate a $20 million loan to acquire three new planes, raising questions among tribal members about the priorities on the vast reservation where half the workforce is unemployed and thousands live without running water and electricity.
As the population in the Valley grows, so does the demand for rental property, especially single family homes. That demand is leading some investors to experiment with some new types of rental communities.
A few earthquakes shook the valley Sunday night with no damage or injuries reported. Seismologists say that while earthquakes are uncommon in Arizona, they do happen, with these being even more unique.
A tanker fire shut down traffic on the I-10 westbound near Baseline Road. The tanker, suspected to be full of herbicide started this morning during rush hour traffic causing serious delays for commuters.
A nonprofit health insurance co-op created to provide competition to traditional insurance companies in Arizona has been removed from the federal marketplace, just days before a new enrollment period begins Sunday.