State schools Superintendent Diane Douglas will once again have to decide between conciliation and conflict after the State Board of Education rejected the conditions she set for two board employees to return to work.Read More »
Arizonans who have trouble staying below the speed limit on state highways may soon find they can do so without fear of losing the licenses - or even getting a stiff fine.Read More »
State schools Superintendent Diane Douglas acquiesced to the Board of Education’s demand that she allow two of its employees back to work after she attempted to fire them, but imposed a set of conditions that could quickly reignite the conflict.Read More »
Water experts expect Colorado River shortages to kick in within the next two years, which could lead to price increases for customers and big impacts on agriculture.Read More »
The standoff at the Arizona Department of Education ended quietly as state schools Superintendent Diane Douglas complied with the Board of Education’s deadline for allowing two board employees back to their offices after she attempted to fire them.Read More »
A Senate panel unanimously approved a strike-everything amendment that would provide legislative oversight while allowing a state agency to submit a clean power plan to the Environmental Protection Agency.Read More »
Legislators may talk about finding a compromise between wholesalers and microbreweries in the ongoing craft beer battle, but for some involved in the legislative fight, negotiating seems like an impossible proposition.Read More »
The State Board of Education ordered Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas to allow two board staffers back to work, two days after she attempted to fire them and barred them from the Arizona Department of Education Building.Read More »
A day after leveling a litany of allegations against Gov. Doug Ducey in a blistering statement, state schools Superintendent Diane Douglas took a step toward de-escalating her conflict with the governor, suggesting that they work together on legislation to clarify who has authority over the State Board of Education’s employees.Read More »
Ernest McFarland is finally getting the memorial he deserves, and his grandson couldn’t be happier.
The new “Ernest W. McFarland and the American Dream” Memorial, replacing a previous one that had fallen into disrepair, will be unveiled on Feb. 14 – Arizona Statehood Day – at Wesley Bolin Plaza.