State senators voted Monday to limit the leeway of the Independent Redistricting Commission to draw legislative boundaries despite claims it could illegally harm the ability of minorities to elect lawmakers of their choice.
Since 2011, there have been at least 13 shootings involving HSI agents – most in 2018-19, according to an investigation by the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism.
After a shootout in a Phoenix suburb involving federal agents of Homeland Security Investigations, a team of student reporters at the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism began examining use of force by federal law enforcement.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear Arizona’s challenge to California’s “extraordinarily aggressive” application of a tax against thousands of out-of-state companies, including as many as 13,000 in Arizona.
The Maricopa County individual who tested positive for novel coronavirus has been released from quarantine after receiving multiple negative tests for the virus, the Maricopa County Public Health Department said in a statement Friday.
Here are some events and announcements about what's happening in various parts of the Verde Valley.
Monday, at the special Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, the board voted to make Chip Davis the new Yavapai County treasurer.
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter will interview three candidates to fill a vacancy on the Mingus Union School Board today.
Arizona’s presidential preference primary is still almost a month away, but voters are already making their preferences known with their wallets.
As the city of Sedona’s Uptown Roadway Improvements Project gets closer to completion, drivers are advised of a list of possible reroutes, one-lane flagging operations and nighttime road closures during the week of Feb. 24.
Vacant and abandoned buildings are among the items the Clarkdale Council is set to discuss at its Tuesday meeting, set for 3 p.m. in the Men’s Lounge meeting room of the Clarkdale Clubhouse.
Cottonwood Mayor Elinski has started a new career constructing Pin Drop Travel Trailers at his renovated building in Miami, 150 miles from Cottonwood.
Two Cottonwood council members voted against an accommodation to a developer Tuesday — an accommodation typically approved in the past without much discussion. Council Members Tosca Henry and Ruben Jauregui voted against allowing 1.6 acres of city-owned land for staging of construction of a new hotel.
The number 13 is Aliyah Alpert’s lucky number. At least now it is.
Mollie Hogan would like to relocate her Southern California wildlife refuge to Cornville.
Wednesday, Feb. 19, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Cottonwood for transportation services.
Passenger information gets checked and re-checked at airports all over the world, but when it comes to tracking COVID-19, that data has, at times, taken days to reach health officials.
Arizona Republicans are continuing to advance another measure related to the controversial issue of sanctuary cities despite the decision by the governor not to try to amend the state constitution.
The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival, in coordination with the Sedona’s Public Works Department, will close part of Posse Ground Road from 9 a.m Thursday, March 5, through Sunday evening March 8, in order to make it safer for all foot and bike traffic at Posse Grounds Park during the weekend of the event.
Friday, Hispanic activists and their Democrat allies celebrated the death of a proposed constitutional ban on "sanctuary cities," as Republican Gov. Doug Ducey who had crafted the plan sought to do damage control.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday took three-term New York City mayor and multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg to task over numerous allegations of workplace sexual harassment.
President Donald Trump brought thousands out to his rally Wednesday at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum – what he likely did not bring was $145,000 to reimburse local governments for costs from previous rallies in Arizona.
Facing rising opposition and threats of a boycott, Gov. Doug Ducey has pulled the plug on his demand for a public vote for a constitutional ban on "sanctuary cities."
The House Government Committee approved a measure to let communities limit the number of people who can be allowed into these facilities to no more than two per bedroom. HB 2875 also permits cities to require installation of noise monitoring equipment, restrict where people can smoke and even require owners or their agent to actually meet the people to whom they are renting.
Tuesday, the Arizona House Elections Committee voted 5-to-4 in favor of legislation designed to punish school districts for filing lawsuits that ultimately keep measures out of the hands of voters.