The fourth time is the charm. The Phoenix Coyotes have a new owner. The National Hockey League approved the sale of the team Monday after four years of negotiations involving the city of Glendale, the NHL and several would-be owners.
State officials say they’re becoming pretty proficient at stopping the type of tax fraud that results from the filing of false tax returns.The state tax collecting arm, the Department of Revenue, says it stopped more than $31.
An Arizona man will
spend two weeks behind bars, for his role in a terrorism hoax. A jury had convicted
Michael David Turley in June of endangerment and knowingly giving a false
impression – this after he sent his 16-year old nephew into a busy Northwest
Phoenix intersection with a fake grenade launcher in July, 2012.
We spoke with KJZZ’s Peter O’Dowd who gave a recap of the KJZZ Town Halls this week. Along with Al Macias, he hosted candidate forums for each of the four contested Phoenix City Council races. You can hear all of the forums in their entirety and check out stories about issues affecting each of those districts.
Federal prosecutors want a judge to reject a former Arizona congressman's appeal on corruption charges. Rick Renzi represented what was then Arizona's first congressional district from 2003 until 2009.
Tuesday's announcement that the U.S. Department of Justice and several attorneys general including Arizona's Tom Horne were suing to block the proposed merger between American Airlines and Tempe-based US Airways was a huge surprise to most observers.
Businesses along Apache Boulevard in Tempe could be getting a facelift. The
City of Tempe recently launched a new Storefront Improvement Program. Tempe spokeswoman Nikki Ripley said the city will
match a business owner up to $100,000 through federal funds
for exterior improvements like windows, lighting and paint jobs.
A man accused of killing nine people at a Phoenix-area Buddhist temple is back in court 22 years after the crime. Johnthan Doody was granted a new trial after an appeals court ruled investigators did not fully advise him of his rights during questioning.
Tuesday is election day in Phoenix, and voters will
decide on four council seats. Voters do not have to wait until Tuesday. On Monday and Tuesday the city will have 18 voting centers open
in Districts 2, 4, 6 and 8 where city council seats are up for election.
Former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, gave her
farewell speech as Homeland Security Secretary today, praising the department's
response to critical issues during her tenure. But, she ended her address by giving
advice to her successor, saying that security problems will continue,
“Many things still need tending and my successor will
most certainly have a full plate on his or her hands,” Napolitano said.
Millions of Americans are getting health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act. One of the big groups to benefit from the law is adults under the age of 26 who can stay on their parents' policy, but just because you are covered does not mean you want mom and dad to know about that nagging rash.
One of those challenges in Arizona is finding enough doctors to treat all of the new patients. The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association said to fill in the gap for just primary care, the state would need more than 300 new docs.
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.