Arizona Game and Fish is offering up to $1,000 in reward
money for information leading to an arrest in a javelina poaching incident over
the weekend in the mountains west of Tucson.
Spokesman Mark Hart said the animal was killed with a bow and arrow.
Retired United States Air Force combat pilot
Martha McSally is again running for Congress. The unsuccessful 2012
Republican nominee in Arizona's
2nd Congressional District announced Tuesday that she will seek her party's
nomination in 2014.
SAT scores came out Thursday, and the results were pretty bleak. The College Board, which sponsors the SAT, said that about 60 percent of college-bound high school kids who have taken the test this year are not ready for the next level of studies.
Arizonans are driving fewer miles these days, and technology
and ride-sharing programs are making it easier to get around without relying
on a car. A report released Tuesday
by the Arizona Public Interest Research Group Education Fund said Arizonans have reduced their driving by
more than 9 percent per person since 2006.
A Utah judge will have two dozen candidates to pick from as she names a board to redistribute property in a polygamous Arizona town. The judge is preparing to name five to seven people for a board that will oversee the redistribution of homes and property in Warren Jeffs' polygamous sect on the Utah-Arizona border.
The city of Phoenix has to delay the grand opening for Camelback
Mountain Echo Canyon recreation area. A shipment of materials has pushed the
completion date back for several weeks. Contractors for the renovation of Echo Canyon trailhead are
waiting for a steel shipment.
Arizona could be in danger of losing its waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Law. The state and federal government are at odds over two issues, the weight Arizona gives graduation rates in its high school rating system and how it uses the AIMS test to evaluate teachers.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is crediting Canadian law
enforcement officials for the arrest of a teen who had made Internet threats
against him and his family. The sheriff says the threats went too far.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the National
Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash of a rented helicopter as
it attempted to land near a ranch northwest of Flagstaff on Wednesday.
What does a
26 million park look like? Huge for starters.
Pioneer Community Park has a lot packed into its 83 acres including a large pond, which will be ready for local fishing enthusiasts in January.
If you were going to the movies 80 years ago, you might have been going to see "King Kong," or maybe you wanted to watch Groucho Marx lead a fictional, yet believably bumbling government in "Duck Soup.
Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords has been
honored by her alma mater. Giffords was
given the Ellen Browning Scripps Medal by Scripps
College in Southern
California. And, she had a message for the students of the school.
Despite several attempts to punish johns who engage in
teenage prostitution, lawmakers have so far failed to approve legislation. Now,
a governor’s task force is making new recommendations on sex trafficking in
hopes they can be the first step to breaking the gridlock.
Police departments around Arizona can hire new officers thanks to a grant from the U.S. Justice Department. It is the first time some cities are able to expand their police departments since the recession.
It will no longer be called Common
Core academic standards. Gov. Jan Brewer issued an executive order renaming
the national uniform academic standard which measures students’ learning. It will now be called
the "Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards.
The Standard &Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home
price index reported Tuesday that Phoenix
has posted 22 consecutive months of positive return. But the growth is slowing
was one of the seven metropolitan areas in the study with a lower annual growth