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1 hr ago | KTAR
This is the story that YOU wanted to hear us talk about! It received 57 percent of the vote in our Radioactive poll! A new national survey ranks all of the states by how rude their drivers are, and Arizona falls in the not-so-rude half of the pack, although the state is far from perfect. The Insure.com survey of 2,000 licensed drivers put states -- and Washington, D.C. -- in four different categories according to respondents' answers: most rude, medium rude, semi-rude and least rude.
6 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
In a sign of just how unusual this summer's weather has become, Phoenix residents lined up Tuesday to fill sandbags in anticipation of potential flooding brought on by the remnants of a powerful Pacific storm. In a sign of just how unusual this summer's weather has become, Phoenix residents lined up Tuesday to fill sandbags in anticipation of potential flooding brought on by the remnants of a powerful Pacific storm.
10 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Storm activity increases across the state today. Flood watches are in effect. Temperatures will be in high 80s and 90s through the weekend.
10 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Forecasts early Tuesday afternoon called for the most significant rains associated with the remnants of Hurricane Odile to fall in southeastern Arizona, but Valley leaders were still warning residents to be prepared for periods of heavy rain in the coming days. Tips, sandbags for flood-prone Valley residents Forecasts early Tuesday afternoon called for the most significant rains associated with the remnants of Hurricane Odile to fall in southeastern Arizona, but Valley leaders were still warning residents to be prepared for periods of heavy rain in the coming days.
13 hrs ago | Fox News
If any state should know about bad bets, it's the gambling mecca Nevada. But it rolled the dice and they came up snake eyes when it won the five-state bidding war Tesla Motors conducted for its new $5 billion battery factory.
17 hrs ago | News Max
Russell Pearce, vice chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, has stepped down after telling his radio show audience Sept. 6 that Medicaid recipients should be required to undergo mandatory birth control or sterilization, The New York Times reported.
Americans for Responsible Solutions is a political action committee and gun-control organization founded by former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly. Giffords, who used to hold the 2nd Congressional District seat that Republican candidate Martha McSally is seeking, was wounded by a gunman during a mass shooting at a constituent event in January 2011.
Areal Flood Advisory issued September 15 at 3:48PM MST expiring September 15 at 6:45PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Gila, Yavapai Flash Flood Watch issued September 15 at 2:54PM MST expiring September 18 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Gila, Navajo, Yavapai Flash Flood Watch issued September 15 at 2:47PM MST expiring September 18 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal PHOENIX - With the remnants of Odile pushing its way towards the desert looking to bring rain and potential flooding this week to Phoenix, here are a few tips to help you prepare and protect your home. Clean out roof drains.
PHOENIX - An Arizona grandmother adopted her four grandchildren after her violent son-in-law nearly killed the youngest when she was five months old. Now 2 years old, Aubre Salinas-Lama won't grow up the same as other kids.
Constitutional disputes sometimes turn on technical legal terms: What is "due process of law," for example, or "double jeopardy"? But most of the Constitution isn't written in legalese, and some important cases are about the meaning of ordinary language. National Labor Relations Board v.
13 2014, Miss America Parade, Atlantic City Boardwalk. . Miss Arizona Alexa Rogers uses an umbrella during the rain at New York Ave., Saturday, Sept.
With Hurricane Norbert's rain behind us, we are now looking to a new Hurricane to bring major rain to Arizona. Which could start impacting some of us as early as Monday evening.
Flood insurance could have saved a lot of trouble and money for a lot of Valley residents this summer, but who would have known how important it would be here in the desert? Nicole Farr from The Arizona Insurance Council stopped by ABC15 to talk about why some residents need flood insurance, despite our chances for more record rainfall being pretty low. Farr says it's important to have flood insurance, like any other insurance plan you would buy.
Arizona gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey is just another Republican candidate who is so far flung in his thinking that he believes he can imaginatively reinvent the political, social and especially financial realities out West. His insistence that the state can somehow get out from under the thumb of the federal government is a sign that he's another right-wing ideologue like Colorado GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez, who wants his state to take over national parks.
Speculation that groundwater drawn for agricultural use could be sold to outside interests will be addressed at Monday's regular meeting of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors. The last item on the regular agenda calls for discussion and possible action regarding an ordinance to impose an excise tax on the export of water from Mohave County.
Next governor will aim to fix Arizona's image Gov. Jan Brewer's would-be successors say the next chief executive must repair the state's reputation. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1s1uZwi The major-party candidates for governor, Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal, square off for the first time, in a debate focused on the state's economy.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:43 pm
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