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Saying it's really a legal contract between the state and parents, School Superintendent John Huppenthal is urging the Arizona Supreme Court to uphold the legality of what amounts to a voucher program for students.
Supporters of the Independent Redistricting Commission want a federal court to rule that the Arizona Legislature has no right to challenge the voter-approved law.
University of Arizona and the Giant Magellan Telescope Organization officials have lifted the lid on the third of seven giant pieces of glass that will ultimately form the world's largest telescope.
A unique bracket-style, head-to-head business competition kicks off today, pitting 64 of the Southwest's best startups against each other for a chance at a portion of $25,000.
Congressman Raul Grijalva, a Democrat from southern Arizona, got 27 other congressional Democrats to sign on to a letter urging President Obama suspend deportations.
Arizonans with individual health insurance plans that don't meet new standards under the Affordable Care Act won't be allowed to renew them after Jan. 1 despite a call from President Barack Obama for states to allow it, the state Department of Insurance announced Friday.
Kelly Moffitt has been selected as the new Region II Manager for Arizona State Parks.
A noted anti-bullying activist who now works in the Arlington Emergency Communications Center has been charged with sex crimes with a minor.
State workplace safety officials investigating the June deaths of 19 firefighters in an Arizona blaze were blocked by federal authorities from interviewing another fire crew out of fear their statements would compromise confidential information.
U.S. Border Patrol agents said they found more than 400 pounds of marijuana in several backpacks at a wildlife refuge in southwestern Arizona.
While the phrase 'nonprofit law firm' might seem like an oxymoron, it has become a reality.
See the article on VerdeNews.com. Well, the Vetraplex, this community-minded small business, has also signed up to the One for the Verde project to support the efforts to protect our water resources and natural areas.
Artists start setting up at five, and most galleries open at six. The crowds don't get thick until seven thirty, eight o'clock.
A storm rolling in over the weekend will keep northern Arizona in the grips of freezing temperatures, bringing more snow and making travel a little tricky.
Arizona authorities have arrested a local college student, accusing him of manufacturing the drug Ecstasy in his off-campus apartment.