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Sen. McSally Addresses Government Shutdown
“I think as quickly as possible we need to sit at the table, we need to find that common ground," McSally said at the Phoenix MLK Day festival. "And I really do believe that common ground for most Arizonans and most Americans includes border security and something for the DACA population.”
Jan. 21, 2019
Phoenix Celebrates MLK Day
The event began with a march through downtown to commemorate a historic march decades earlier, when the state was still refusing to recognize the holiday.
Jan. 21, 2019
Budget Would Fund I-17 Expansion With Vehicle Fee
Gov. Doug Ducey’s proposed budget includes $130 million, dispersed over 3 years, to expand Interstate 17.
Jan. 21, 2019
AZ Native Americans Fight Work Requirement For Medicaid
AZ Tribes pave the way for all federally recognized Native Americans to receive Medicaid services without proof of work or volunteer requirements.
Jan. 21, 2019
AG Warns Consumers After Massive Data Breech
AZ Attorney General is warning consumers to review and update their online accounts after millions are exposed in "Collection #1" data breech.
Jan. 21, 2019
AZ High Court Expects To Rule On Religious Rights
State Supreme Court is expected to decide tomorrow whether a Phoenix stationary company can refuse service based on a customers sexual orientation.
Jan. 21, 2019
Gov. Ducey
Gov. Doug Ducey is proposing an $11.4 billion spending plan for the coming year.
Jan. 21, 2019
AZ Slow To Adopt Alternative Fuel Despite Climate Change
On Friday, electric car maker Tesla announced massive layoffs across all of its operations. The reason: sales have under-performed as consumers complain about the cost of their electric cars.
Jan. 21, 2019
Gov. Ducey Asks Legislature To Fund KidsCare Program
Gov. Doug Ducey wants the state to start picking up some of the costs of providing health care for more than 32,000 children of the working poor.
Jan. 21, 2019
AZ Political Analyst: Trump Border Proposal
President Trump on Saturday proposed to restart the government by offering an extension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, in exchange for $5.7 billion in border wall funding.
Jan. 21, 2019
Arizona Chief Justice Weighing Whether To Leave Bench
Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Scott Bales is thinking about leaving the bench, a move that would give Republican Gov. Doug Ducey his fifth appointment to the seven-member high court.
Jan. 21, 2019
Sedona Drafts Sustainable Tourism Plan
Sedona is in the final drafting of a plan for sustainable tourism.
Jan. 21, 2019
Grand Canyon Maintenance Load Lightened
A non profit associated with Grand Canyon National Park has just received half a million dollars to restore the park’s most famous trail. The grant will help alleviate some of the burden caused by the mounting maintenance backlog at the park.
Jan. 21, 2019
U.S. Air Force Announces Plans To Train Space Medics
Half a century after its first symposium on space medicine, the Air Force is preparing to train future space surgeons.
Jan. 21, 2019
How Retailers Win Shoppers Who Expect Free Shipping
A new study says more online shoppers expect free shipping- and they’re often getting it different ways.
Jan. 21, 2019
Bill Proposes Video Monitoring on Adult Care Patients
After a woman in a vegetative state was raped at Hacienda Healthcare and gave birth, a state lawmaker is proposing a new law to require video monitoring of patients in adult care facilities.
Jan. 20, 2019
Thousands Flock To Capitol For 3rd Annual Women
Arizona marchers inspired by successes of 2018 election, hope for Equal Rights Amendment ratification.
Jan. 20, 2019
5K Participants Run Course With Heavy Loads For Charity
Dozens of participants wore backpacks filled with food for St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.
Jan. 20, 2019
Corizon Health Loses Arizona Prison Health Care Contract
An Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) press release dated Jan. 18 says Centurion Of Arizona will take over the contract to provide health care at the state prisons July 1. ADC says it reviewed five bid proposals "and concluded Centurion’s offer to be the most competitive and in the state’s best interest."
Jan. 19, 2019
4 Humanitarian Aid Volunteers Guilty On Multiple Offenses
Guilty verdicts have been rendered against four volunteers for the humanitarian aid group No More Deaths. Volunteers with No More Deaths work in Southern Arizona, leaving food and water for migrants who cross the border illegally.
Jan. 19, 2019

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