A Phoenix-based national university known for promoting its programs has agreed to pay a record $191 million to settle claims it used deceptive advertising to attract prospective students.Read More »
It has been said in sports that winning isn't everything - it's the ONLY thing.Read More »
When Michael Luna left for basic training with the Arizona Army National Guard in July, little did he know what his time would be occupied with when he would return home in December.
Finding a job.
A raging forest fire in eastern Arizona has scorched an area larger than the size of Phoenix, threatening thousands of residents and emptying towns as the flames raced toward New Mexico on Wednesday.Read More »
Officials are hoping their efforts overnight will keep a mammoth forest fire from cresting a ridge and racing into two eastern Arizona towns, giving firefighters the upper hand on the 11th day of what has proved to be an overwhelming battle.Read More »
Today, one in 10 transfusions in Arizona comes from blood donated by high school students, up from one in 13 transfusions before a 2008 law lowered the minimum age for donors from 17 to 16 with parental consent.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is scheduled to speak at two events in Tucson on Tuesday.Read More »