The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is holding a meeting in Sierra Vista Tuesday to listen to comments from the public on a proposal to set aside more than 1,300 square miles in Arizona and New Mexico for the endangered jaguar, but the Arizona Game and Fish Department does not agree.
The Arizona State Parks want to know what you think about new fees at two parks, Kartchner Caverns and Red Rock State Park. The system has had its share of financial problems as the state went through the economic downturn, and had its budget cut by several million dollars.
Arizona schools are getting better grades. That is according to a report released on Thursday by the state department of education. More schools received A’s on their annual report card, based on the Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards or AIMS test.
A Community Education Report said 53 percent of children
entering kindergarten in Coconino
County are not ready for
school, and it said that has significant implications for future educational
starting a warmer, dryer time of the monsoon, according to National Weather
Service Meteorologist Valerie Meyers, who says the only real chance of storms
Wednesday, is in the higher terrain. But, she says that could change by Saturday.
Three of the seven candidates running for a District 8 Phoenix City Council seat spoke at a KJZZ forum last night.They debated the best way to clean up contaminated land in South Phoenix and how to grow the South Phoenix economy, which historically has had fewer development opportunities.
District 2 incumbent Jim Waring and challenger
Virgel Cain talked about the pending departure of Phoenix City Manager David
Cavazos at a KJZZ election forum Thursday night. Cavazos will leave Phoenix for the same position in
Santa Ana, Calif.
Senator John McCain used the Congressional recess to lobby for immigration reform in front of business leaders in downtown Phoenix.
Senator John McCain shakes hands with Debbie Johnson, president of the Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association.
Pat Mulroy, the head of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, kicked off a tidal wave of buzz when she told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that federal disaster aid may be needed to deal with the effect the western drought is having on the Colorado River.
The remodeling of the University of Arizona football stadium is finally complete after two years of construction in Tucson. The $72 million project includes the installation of 4,000 new seats in the north end zone.
that patrol the U.S.-Mexico border are now run by the Department of Homeland
Security. The Tethered
Areostat Radar System, known as TARS, uses giant balloons across Texas, New
Mexico and Arizona.