Thursday May 16
AZ Legislature: Budget Showdown Set for Thursday
The 10 budget bills barreled through the Senate Appropriations Committee Wednesday, paving the way for a lengthy Senate floor debate on Thursday.
Thursday May 16
Election Bills Moving in AZ Legislature
The elections omnibus that bizarrely emerged along with 10 budget bills passed out of the Senate Appropriations on a 3-6 party line vote.
Phoenix New Times
Dick Bowers, Glendale's New City Manager, to City Officials:...
After years of ongoing opposition to the Tohono O'odham Nation's plan to build a resort-style casino, the new Glendale City Manager suggests the city drop legal opposition and develop a "more positive" relationship with the tribe.
Grand Canyon University Celebrates Largest Graduating Class In Its History
In all, GCU conferred 16,113 degrees to graduates in its College of Business, Arts and Sciences, Education, Theology, Nursing and Health Care Professions, Fine Arts and Production and Doctoral Studies.
Got scorpions? Top tips from experts
Scorpions only need the smallest crack in an exterior wall to gain access to your home, according to exterminators.
ASU offers pilot program to help minority students
Arizona State University is offering a 10-week pilot program that includes workshops covering everything from applying to college to financial aid.
Parents Arrested in Death of Son
TOLLESON, Ariz. - A mother and father were arrested after their 2-year-old was allegedly beaten to death on Wednesday.
JBS Usa Announces Opening of Arizona Ground Beef Facility
JBS USA, a leading animal protein processor in the U.S., Canada and Australia and a wholly owned subsidiary of Brazil-based JBS S.A., announces the opening of a state-of-the-art ground beef production facility at the JBS beef processing plant in Tolleson, Ariz.