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Ariz. (AP) Arizona had been among the states rated as high-risk for security problems as it prepared to roll out a hub to the federal health care exchange. Documents provided to The Associated Press show more than two-thirds of states had potential
Ariz. (AP) A former two-term Navajo Nation president is making another run at the office. Joe Shirley Jr. tells The Associated Press that he will file for the presidency Thursday and focus his campaign on government reform. Thursday marks the start
They're former Yankees, clubhouse neighbors and, potentially, new platoon partners with the Milwaukee Brewers. That gaping hole at first base might be filled in 2014 by lefty Lyle Overbay and righty Mark Reynolds. Each player signed a minor league
Authorities say a man is accused of trying to trying to kidnap a woman in Phoenix by taking control of her vehicle after a collision. Maricopa County court documents show 23-year-old Lorenzo Antonio Aguilar Saenz is being held on suspicion of assault
The college's governing board on Tuesday approved an austerity plan to close a projected $1.3 million budget gap...Other elements include a tuition hike, enrolling fewer students in the nursing program and eliminating programs in dance and early
The Maricopa County Community College District is proposing hikes in both tuition and property taxes. The Arizona Republic reports (http://bit.ly/1mHHElg) that the district is seeking the increases next year to offset deep declines in state funding.
I propose that for Senate Bill 1062 adopted yesterday by the Arizona Legislature to be effective as a defense against charges of discrimination, that all churches should provide a statement of their doctrine on homosexuality.
It is a good thing that our state government is facing this issue...In a different article on today's front page, we read The elders have told us the reason we have the ills of society, suicides, murders, domestic violence, all these things, is we're
What better way to divide our citizens, choke our tourism economy, and discourage new businesses and their employees from coming to Arizona. Shame on our local legislators Sen. Crandell, Rep. Barton and Rep. Thorpe who all voted for this heinous bill.