State land considered the gateway to Bullhead City is set for auction Jan. 6.Read More »
A federal judge is being asked to postpone the next round of hearings in an 18-year-old court case over adequacy of Arizona's school programs for students learning English.Read More »
John McCain's former running mate is kicking off her national book tour in Phoenix on Tuesday.Read More »
In 1916, Capt. Charles T. Boyd, Lt. Henry Adair and Capt. Lewis S. Morey, on direct orders from Gen. John “Blackjack” Pershing himself, led their regiments across large swaths of desert to check on a possible buildup of Mexican troops around the small northern Mexican town of Villa Ahumada.Read More »
As targets for Internet thieves go, few loom as large and tempting than an entire state government.
Within its files and servers are millions of pieces of valuable information that would make a hacker drool: Social Security numbers, tax-liability records, legal information kept under court seal, and much more.
Great. The party that turned us into the largest debtor nation in the world via 20 years of status-quo deficit spending and adamantly preached the deregulation that nearly led to our complete economic collapse has regained some political power and is going to help us achieve financial responsibility.Read More »
Steve Zylstra attended four Arizona Commerce Authority subcommittee meetings over eight days last month to make absolutely sure the newly formed economic development agency got his message loud and clear.Read More »
Two former gubernatorial candidates could also take the plunge and enter the race: Munger and Parker both appear to be readying themselves for bids.Read More »
When Don Bivens moved to Arizona in the late 1970s to begin practicing law, he asked people how he could get involved with the Democratic Party and quickly met a young politician named Terry Goddard who ushered him into the organization.
Since then, Bivens has stayed active in the party, ascending to party chairman in 2007.
A boycott of Arizona in the wake of a controversial immigration law has cost the state more than $140 million in lost meeting and convention business, a new report released Thursday shows.Read More »