A company that hopes to be the largest marijuana operation in Arizona, if not the nation, is expanding its holdings ahead of what is likely to be an expensive ballot fight to legalize the drug for recreational purposes.
Just a few weeks ago, the Mexican National guard began to operate not only against organized crime but also detaining undocumented immigrants. But experts and members of the Federal Police are concerned with the guard’s protocols and duties.
“We want people to log on to a website and give us some feedback, you know, good, bad or ugly about how they feel about transportation in the city of Mesa and what we can do to be better at that,” Mayor John Giles said.
New research has found that crime in Los Angeles goes up on days when the high temperature is above 85 degrees. The link between rising mercury and rising crime rates has been known for some time, but this new study finds the relationship is stronger in low-income neighborhoods.
A tax court judge found it unconstitutional to force the Tucson Unified School District to pay entirely for the cost of its desegregation program, when that cost constitutionally should come from the general fund.
Ten years ago, Arizona's Bashas' Supermarkets — which includes Bashas, AJ’s and Food City — filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company emerged from bankruptcy in 2010 and now claims nearly 7% of the Arizona market.
In response to news that some states are sharing driver's licenses with federal investigators, Arizona transportation officials say they are not sharing your driver's license photo unless there is just cause.
A Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) detention officer has been arrested after he was accused of using excessive force. Authorities say Anthony Nguyen, 48, used his Taser on an inmate without justification on Feb. 19.
Moab, Utah, doesn’t normally have earthquakes people can feel. One in late June — at a magnitude 4.5 — didn’t cause any damage. But it was enough to get people’s attention in communities all along the Utah-Colorado border.
The Phoenix City Council has voted to temporarily close the city’s offices in Mexico, which connect companies on both sides of the border looking to expand, while the contract to run the offices is being reviewed.