With First Lady Michell Obama’s inclusion of the HealthierUS School Challenge into her Let’s Move campaign against childhood obesity, interest in the program has led many Arizona schools to pursue it.Read More »
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Helping at-risk children develop social skills and the ability to learn before they enter school prevents crime in the long run, retired Mesa Police Chief Dennis Donna said Monday.Read More »
A federal appeals court has denied Arizona's request to lift a judge's order blocking the scheduled execution of death row inmate Jeffrey Landrigan.Read More »
Maria Garcia, wife of the late Democratic leader Jorge Garcia, was among three Tucson residents who were nominated Oct. 26 to replace the senator.Read More »
A federal judge on Monday blocked the scheduled execution of an Arizona death row inmate, saying more time was needed to consider a challenge to the use of a knockout drug from an unidentified manufacturer.Read More »
Arizona Capitol Times Assistant Editor Bill Bertolino discusses the expected voter turnout and the developments in the fight over Arizona's 5th Congressional District.Read More »
The Dodie Londen Excellence in Public Services Series, named in honor of the late chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party, offers training to Republican women who want to be involved politically. Participants run the gamut from the politically uninitiated to women running for office now to women who work for campaigns and candidates.Read More »
Our top women lobbyists list really identifies five tenacious professionals whose communication skills, character and depth of knowledge about the issues important to their clients makes them stand out. They just happen to be women.Read More »
The Goldwater Institute is among the most powerful public policy organizations in the Southwest, and behind all of its decisions is Darcy Olsen.Read More »
Prominent sportsmen organizations felt former Gov. Janet Napolitano didn’t take their interests seriously when she appointed a non-hunter to the Game & Fish Commission.
It’s unlikely to happen again.