Mexico has moved the headquarters for a program that helps migrants access healthcare from the East Coast to Phoenix. The country’s ambassador to the United States took part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday at the Mexican Consulate office near downtown.
Two Phoenix-area districts with mask mandates are not eligible for the first round of funding from a grant program by Gov. Doug Ducey, and his office is reviewing the eligibility status of others also anticipating these initial dollars, his spokesmen told KJZZ. These funds haven't been disbursed yet.
Phoenix students are speaking out against a policy change at Great Hearts Academies charter schools. The new policy essentially bans clubs, leaving some students confused and frustrated. → More Arizona education news
The U.S. Labor Department on Wednesday reported that consumer prices rose 5.4% for the year ended September, and inflation is at its highest level in more than a decade. The rent is also rising, and in Arizona, it is rising faster than anywhere else.
A precedent-setting plan to transfer water rights has set up a fight between Colorado River communities and a town in central Arizona. The proposal calls for 2,000 acre feet of Colorado River water to be transferred 260 miles away to the town of Queen Creek.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Justin Olson is the latest Republican to enter the state’s U.S. Senate race. The former state representative joins a crowded field of GOP candidates vying for the chance to run against incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly in 2022.
Questions continue to be raised about how the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and its prosecutors carry out their duties — and whether transparency plays enough of a role. In response, the office has announced a new policy it hopes will improve the situation.
Roxanna Denise Stevens Ibarra is a senior at the University of Arizona, and her capstone project was a film called "Tesoro." It was meant to tell a simple love story about someone who looked like her. And now, it has been selected for inclusion in nine film festivals.
A recent investigation by the Arizona Republic has found that training materials and documents used by state Department of Corrections personnel includes imagery that is militaristic and similar to graphics used by gangs and white supremacy organizations.