Legislators from across the country are gathering in Arizona for a national conference that includes discussions on such issues as state budgets, immigration laws, job-creation strategies and redistricting.Read More »
Whether after years of planning or by chance, public policy officials have come from throughout the state and country to manage Arizona’s cities and towns, driven by the desire to implement projects that produce tangible results.
And, despite deep budget cuts and foregone raises, those interviewed by Cronkite News Service say they find their jobs fulfilling.
A panel of economists says Arizona's economy is on track to see decent job growth in 2011 and beyond as it continues to recover from the Great Recession.Read More »
Phoenix city officials say management restructuring will eliminate 60 city jobs.Read More »
State land considered the gateway to Bullhead City is set for auction Jan. 6.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer will choose one person from among three candidates to appoint to the state Game and Fish Commission.Read More »
Police say two people were arrested for throwing rocks at officers who tried to keep protesters from blocking a neo-Nazi march to the federal courthouse in Phoenix.Read More »
An updated listing of state contracts.Read More »
A federal judge in Phoenix has ruled that Maricopa County voters can wear "tea party" T-shirts into polling places in Tuesday's general election.Read More »
As Arizona nears its 100th birthday, we find ourselves divided, polarized and in desperate need of a government system that will serve us well for the next 100 years.Read More »