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On behalf of the activists from Citizens for a Better Arizona, Santa Claus delivered sacks of coal to the offices of Governor Jan Brewer and Department of Economic Security Director Clarence Carter.
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The 2014 Marana Bluegrass Festival will be held in down town Marana on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13. Like the 2013 Festival, this festival will feature the bands of Arizona bands as well as National Headliner guitarist Dan Crary.
Dec. 6, the Cottonwood Youth Advisory Commission attended the Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning to be honored as the recipients of the Governor's Volunteer Service Award winner in the Youth Group Category.
According to a new report from InsuranceQuotes.com, Arizonans see an average premium jump of 44 percent after a single claim.
The Arizona Supreme Court promised a quick decision on the legality of a new law raising campaign contribution limits nearly ten-fold.
Nearly 2 million Arizonans will travel for the Christmas and New Year's holiday period, according to AAA Arizona's annual year-end holiday travel forecast.
The head of the team tasked with watching and helping Child Protective Services process more than 6,500 ignored cases says 119 cases that were previously sitting on the shelf actually necessitated an "immediate response."
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A dedication ceremony will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2013 to officially dedicate the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park as a national historic site in journalism by the Society of Professional Journalists.
With a vote of 78-16, the Senate confirm ed Jeh Johnson as head of the Department of Homeland Security on Monday.
The sky glowed red as thick smoke choked out the sun as static communications over the radio captured the final chaotic and confusing moments before 19 members of an elite firefighting crew died in an inferno in the mountains of Arizona.
Phoenix Mayor Stanton and Aunt Rita's Foundation will keep AIDS front and center with a new banner campaign Aunt Rita's Foundation and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton are launching a statewide campaign that promotes HIV/AIDS awareness across Arizona through a banner campaign introducing HIVAZ.ORG, Arizona's first comprehensive online database for HIV ... (more)
This year was an important year for marijuana-related issues in Arizona. Some of the most important battles of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act were fought this year, and there appears to be a future for legalization.
People stopped off at post offices around Southern Arizona Sunday, dropping off letters and packages trying to beat the rush expected this week.
Tamara Sone The Daily Courier Yarnell received some much-needed assistance towards repairing its damaged water system thanks to a large donation of pipe.