Latest News
  • House OK’s bill to transfer land to Pascua Yaqui tribe for resort

    The House approved a bill Tuesday to give 20 isolated acres of local and federal government land to the Pascua Yaqui tribe for use as part of its Casino del Sol resort in Tucson.
  • Gangplank office space moving to ASU Cronkite School

    Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications will be home to a new kind of office space that has already found success in Chandler and Avondale.
  • Feds could put “socially disadvantaged” farmers on Arizona county committees

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Tuesday it could appoint "socially disadvantaged" farmers in six Arizona counties where the elected county committees may be lacking in representation by women and minorities
  • Leaders pushing Latinos to spend locally

    PHOENIX — There’s a local push to encourage Latino consumers to spend their cash locally. The effort, known as Fuerza Local, will include a series of seminars and educational events within the community. “We already hosted two successful workshops,” said Carlos Velasco of Fuerza Local. “We had 60 businesses in each workshop. What we are […]
  • Supreme Court declines Tombstone’s emergency water repair request

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Tombstone's request for an emergency injunction that would have let the city take heavy equipment on federal lands to fix water pipelines damaged in last year's wildfires.
  • Hydration study may not be all wet

    A recent study from an Australian doctor goes against advice that doctors have generally given for years: drink lots of water.
  • Intravenous vitamin sessions on the rise

    PHOENIX — Hollywood A-listers are hopping on the liquid bandwagon. Singer Rihanna recently tweeted a picture of herself hooked up to an IV. She called it “party-girl drip.” Rihanna is one of many celebrities flocking to health and wellness centers, paying hundreds of dollars for intravenous vitamin and mineral therapy sessions. “I really believe in […]
  • Mesa school board approves $230M bond for ballot

    MESA, Ariz. — Mesa voters will get to decide on the sale of $230 million in bonds to address technology and facilities needs in the school district. The East Valley Tribune reported the Mesa Unified School District’s governing board unanimously approved the decision Tuesday night to put the bond package on the ballot in November. […]
  • Big homeowner tax break could be gone in 6 months

    Barring an extension from the federal government, the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act will end and if you want to short sell your home, you need to act soon, a Valley realtor said.
  • 1 dead, 3 injured in west Phoenix car crash

    One person has been killed and three others injured in a four-vehicle accident in west Phoenix.