Arizona has selected its first-ever poet laureate. The title goes to English professor and Nogales native Alberto Rios. Alberto Rios has taught at Arizona State University for three decades and was just selected as Arizona's first-ever poet laureate.
Arizona’s Attorney General and Secretary of State have filed
suit against the Elections Assistance Commission to allow the state to require
residents to prove they are United States citizens when they register to vote.
A federal appeals court has ruled the state cannot cut
Planned Parenthood out of the Medicaid program just because it also provides
abortions. State and federal law already ban public funding for elective
Deregulating Arizona’s electric market may change
how much you pay for electricity. Later this year, the Arizona Corporation
Commission will hold hearings on this issue. The Residential Utility Consumer Office heard from business and residential users this morning.
Daniel Gray, 31, made an initial court appearance on manslaughter and child abuse charges today.Police believe he was smoking pot with friends when his 3-month-old son, Jamison, was outside in the parked car, in 100 degree temperatures.
Two southern Arizona women
are recovering after being rescued by the Pima County Sheriff's Department in
unrelated incidents. Spokesman Tracy Suitt said the 19-year-olds each slipped
and fell while hiking the rugged seven falls trail.
Sunday’s Arizona Republic included in its collection of obituaries the name of William French. He had been a respected attorney and judge in Arizona for nearly 40 years and even played football at Notre Dame as a college kid, but in the annals of this state’s political history, French is known as the lead prosecutor in the impeachment trial of then-Gov.
Arizonans continue to pay less to fill up their gas tanks.
AAA said the statewide average price of a gallon of unleaded was $3.39 Friday, and
spokeswoman Michell Donatti said that is considerably less than elsewhere in the
A jury's decision to convict a self-help author in the deaths of three people following an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony will stand. The state Court of Appeals has granted James Arthur Ray's request to drop his challenge of the case and also dismissed a cross-appeal.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to appoint a new state senator during its Wednesday meeting. The board is replacing former Mesa Republican senator Rich Crandall. He resigned to become Wyoming’s top education official.
Sedona’s city council is ready to approve civil unions for gay couples. Sedona will become the fourth city in Arizona recognizing same-sex relationships.Mayor Rob Adams said the city council decided this week to vote on the proposal at its meeting on Sept.
The Hayden Flour Mill in Tempe has been through a lot including multiple fires, one in 1895 and another in 1917. The current incarnation came into being in 1918 and continued operating as a working mill for 80 years.
Arizona residents are being
warned about the dangers of rattlesnakes after two people were bitten north of Tucson. Adam Goldberg of
the Northwest Fire District says a 23-year-old man riding a mountain bike was
bitten on the calf, and three hours later, a 68-year-old man was bitten while
he worked in his yard.
If you managed to stick it out these past few months in the
Valley, congratulations, you lived through the hottest summer ever on record for
to the National Weather Service, the average temperature in Phoenix for June,
July and August was 95.
( Phoenix, AZ ) Here and Now host Steve Goldstein is joined by members of the Grand Canyon Institute, a new think tank whose goal is to be bipartisan. Former state lawmaker and Democrat George Cunningham, former state lawmaker and Republican Sue Gerard, and former mayor of Phoenix and Independent Paul Johnson all join the conversation.
In this AZ-Edition of StoryCorps, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer talks to her son Michael Bewer about the loss of her father during childhood and the special influence her mother had in her life. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share and preserve the stories of our lives.
KJZZ News reporters and staff received several journalism awards for their work in 2011. The KJZZ News Team won a Radio Television Digital News Association Edward R Murrow Award and a Public Radio News Director Inc.
There are six, official Phoenix mayoral candidates vying to lead the sixth largest city in the country. Learn where they stand on the issues by listening to a studio discussion with the candidates recorded on Here and Now, Wed.
Michael Nazario talks to his friend Susan Haslett about a moment that nearly changed his way of life and continues to haunt him. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share and preserve the stories of our lives.