Nearly a year after the Obama administration launched a massive public relations campaign to dispel rumors of a free pass for immigrant families crossing the border illegally, internal intelligence files from the Homeland Security Department suggest that effort is failing.
The Arizona Senate approved a series of bills Friday designed to settle a lawsuit filed by schools claiming lawmakers violated the state Constitution by failing to provide annual inflation adjustments.
Robert Lopez’s deeply vulgar songs about God and the Bible warmed the cockles of my atheist heart; its neatly refined performances by triple-threats like A.J. Holmes and Billy Harrigan Tighe and the Valley’s own Alexandra Ncube were fun to watch.
A federal judge peppered attorneys with questions Thursday that suggested he's struggling to decide if federal agents unleashed excessive force against a southern Utah doctor who killed himself a day after his 2009 arrest in a multistate artifact looting investigation.
Reading interventionist Tammy Bach tutors small groups of kindergarten through third grade students who struggle to read. For a decade, she worked at one school in the West Valley’s largest school district.
A former state treasurer warned Arizona lawmakers Thursday that settling a school funding lawsuit by boosting withdrawals from the state's permanent land trust fund risks trading one suit for two because the principal of the $5.1 billion fund is at risk.