Authorities now say more than 100 people are injured and two dead after bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Medical workers aid injured people at the finish line. The cause of the explosions has not been determined.
Chuck Coughlin, advisor to Governor Jan Brewer, discussed why Medicaid expansion in Arizona makes sense economically and morally.Coughlin also talked about Brewer's governing style and why the world of politics often gets dirty.
Police in Glendale have raided what they say was a large 'spice lab,' where they discovered a massive amount of the illegal designer drug. Police Sergeant Brent Coombs says the lab's manager is behind bars, for his involvement in developing 'spice' and 'bath salts,'"Abraham Sayegn is having charges submitted on him for both the manufacturing process and the possession to sell," Coombs said.
Law enforcement agencies from across Arizona have been involved in an effort to
bring in fugitives with outstanding felony warrants, over the last week. The effort
was coordinated by the US
Marshals Service, according to spokesman Fred Freeman.
About 1,300 temporary workers and part-time instructors with the Maricopa County Community College District have learned their hours will be strictly limited starting in July. Officials said the cuts will help the district comply with the Obama Administration’s Health Care Reform Act.
State Senators Rich Crandall and Steve Farley discuss why state lawmakers seem far from ending their current legislative session, even as it has reached its 100th day.Senators Crandall and Farley talk about the conflict over Medicaid expansion among lawmakers, Governor Jan Brewer's unique leadership position on the issue and whether it gains legislative approval.
The City of Phoenix has received a $100,000 grant to paint municipal rooftops white. The reflective paint helps reduce energy costs and might put a microscopic dent in the city’s urban heat island.
The city will use grant money to paint 70,000 square feet of municipal rooftops white.
The parents of students in poorly performing public
schools are facing a deadline this week to get state help to put their kids in
new schools. Lawmakers approved what are called 'empowerment scholarship
accounts,' two years ago for students in schools with a D or F rating.
One of Arizona's fastest growing industries is not something economists and tourism officials like to talk about, even though it generates millions of dollars each year.
The girls live in cottages that are especially decorated with light cheerful decor.
Nine percent of the people born in Mexico live in the United States. This is one of the
findings in a report released Wednesday from the Pew Hispanic
65 percent of those of Mexican-origin living in the U.
The price of gas continues to drop in Arizona. AAA Arizona says the statewide average this morning is $3.44 a gallon, down a nickel in the last week. Spokeswoman Stephanie Dembowski says prices remain low for several reasons.
report shows some slight weakening in tribal
gaming revenues. The latest figures show state revenue sharing in the
first three months of this year was just under $24.1 million. That's the first
year-over-year decline in the
numbers in 10 consecutive quarters.
winter, hundreds of thousands of snowbirds with RVs descend on the tiny desert
town of Quartzsite, Ariz. For a few months, this dusty little place on I-10 morphs into
what National Geographic calls “The World’s Largest Parking Lot," but in the
summer it almost becomes a ghost town.
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records the stories of everyday people and archives them at the Library of Congress.
Four people are in custody, after a series of metal
thefts at one Peoria
location. Police spokeswoman Amanda Jacinto says police noticed air
conditioning units at a vacant
business were increasingly being stripped, and staked out the area,
arresting two husband and wife teams.
If you think shelling out the big bucks for law school is a fast-track to success (or at least a hefty salary) you may need to think again. Prospective law students in Arizona face a big bill and a rough job search, and law schools nationwide are facing far lower application rates.
Arizona's unemployment rate remained at 7.9 percent for the third consecutive month in April. Department of Administration economist Aruna Murthy said while there were month-to-month job gains, they become less impressive compared to the post-recession years of 2010 to 2012.
Tuesday, a scandal-plagued restaurant in Scottsdale is set to reopen. The case has generated social media buzz, but it has also raised important legal questions about employees who receive tips. NICK BLUMBERG: Amy’s Baking Company shot to infamy after appearing on the FOX reality show “Kitchen Nightmares.
Fire restrictions go into effect throughout much of the
state Wednesday and Thursday. They generally apply to both state and federal land. Under the Stage One restrictions, campfires are not allowed,
except in some developed campgrounds, and smoking is only allowed inside
vehicles, or in areas with three feet around them without flammable materials.
Firefighters are getting the upper hand on a human-caused wildfire that has been burning in the Coronado National Forest, east of Nogales. Spokeswoman Michelle Fiddler says the Soldier Basin Fire is now 70 percent contained after charring nearly 11,000 acres of grass and brush.
Pima County just rejected nearly $2 million in federal immigration funds, saying it allows local law enforcement to target immigrant communities. Why the county sheriff says that decision will hurt public safety.