Federal investigators are looking into possible fraud charges at Paradise Valley Community College. KJZZ’s Al Macias reports the probe is looking at whether students actually did community service work they were paid for.
Authorities have identified human remains
found last week as a woman who’s been missing for nearly two years.
A handout photo of Deborah Delaney. (Photo via Peoria Police Department)
bones were found by hikers in northern Peoria.
In the wake of Sept. 11, the Centers for Disease Control has been encouraging counties across the country to prepare for disasters with mass fatalities. In depopulated areas, however, it’s not always easy.
Last month, the city of Glendale opened a new court specially designed for the mentally ill. Advocates say it’s a critical issue; according to an analysis of government data by the Treatment Advocacy Center, mentally ill people in Arizona are nearly ten times more likely to be in the criminal justice system than in hospitals.
recommendations from a government advisory group suggest that healthy older
women shouldn't bother with relatively low-dose dietary supplements. While nutrients are crucial for
healthy bones, specialists advise getting as much as possible from a good
People move to Phoenix for countless reasons, and they leave the Valley for just as many. Should the 'creative class' keep trying to change Phoenix or leave for a more established place?Sustainability and architecture journalist Taz Loomans explains why she moved from Phoenix to Portland.
Pima Community College students in Tucson who are undocumented immigrants are
getting a break on tuition.
The PCC governing board has approved
a proposal that will charge in-state tuition to students who were brought to
the United States as young children by their undocumented immigrant parents.
Cochise County sheriff's deputies say skeletal remains have been
discovered in the ruins of a rural home that was discovered burned to the
ground. They say a man spotted his neighbor's burned out home as he was passing
by Saturday afternoon and told deputies the fire could have broken out anytime
between Wednesday and when it was discovered Saturday.
Sandra Day O’Connor became the first woman on the U.S. Supreme Court in 1981. Since resigning from the bench, Justice O’Connor has focused on getting kids to know more about how federal, state and local governments work.
Tucson bats are finding themselves homeless as
their natural habitats like caves and mines are disappearing due to urban
development. The bats tried moving into city dwellings, but now even the bats'
newfound homes are being threatened.
A bill proceeding through the Arizona legislature would put more limits on photo enforcement on the state's highways. It's the latest controversy since the program was introduced on the Loop 101 in Scottsdale.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments Monday about
part of Arizona’s
Proposition 200. The high court will
decide if Arizona
overreached when the state required people to provide proof of citizenship when
registering to vote using a federal form.
Arizona already has 53 special license plates, but it may be
getting another. Lawmakers are looking
to create a so-called “extraordinary educators” special license plate to raise
money for public school teachers.
Housing prices in the Valley are up and foreclosures are down. How long will it be until the area sees a stable housing market?The Arizona Republic's Catherine Reagor, realtor John Wake and attorney Robert Nagle discuss what they're looking for in the recovering market and what buyers and sellers should be wary of.
At a forum Tuesday evening, the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board heard
testimony from members of the public about the impact of Arizona's
immigration law SB 1070. The advisory board is gathering information
about the implementation law in order to make future recommendations.
The popular candy Peeps is celebrating its 60th
anniversary this year. The fluffy,
yellow confection was originally an Easter candy but has become a cultural icon,
evolving into different shapes and colors.