A fired Senate staffer said Friday she hopes to go back to work even though it would mean working with -- and for -- some of the same people who a federal court jury discriminated against her.
Arizona will receive $2.8 million of a nearly $117 million settlement. Johnson & Johnson has reached over safety concerns and misleading marketing of a surgical mesh used to treat urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor disorders, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Friday.
Two Democratic legislators want Sen. Martha McSally to oppose the Trump administration’s plan to relax fuel economy standards implemented to reduce fossil fuel use and air pollution.
With chants like “Pelosi’s got to go” and “Four more years,” protesters at the March for Trump event waved signs and “Trump 2020” flags as they marched down Pennsylvania Avenue to Capitol Hill. There, they called on a higher authority before calling on lawmakers.
The dream of a national museum dedicated to the Latin American experience took one step closer to reality Thursday, as lawmakers and advocates touted a bill that they think has a good chance of putting a museum on the National Mall.
Hispanics, Native Americans and African Americans are most at risk for diabetes, with racial and ethnic minorities reporting the highest rates of the debilitating disease in the U.S.
“Praxis Waste Solutions: A Systems Approach for Waste Diversion” features presenter Tyler Linner, founder of Praxis Waste Solutions, in a program set for Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Yavapai College - Sedona Center, 4215 Arts Village Drive, Room No. 34, Sedona. This free event is for those age 18 or older.
Linda Wolfe Buchanan lives at the confluence of West Clear Creek and the Verde River. You may know her as is the community education coordinator at Yavapai College in Clarkdale.
In her second year as the school’s director of student support services, Wesbrock works to provide opportunities for students in a variety of ways.
When Janet Stead Regner first came to Arizona from Illinois in the 1970s, the summer heat was the same tough adjustment any new resident to that part of Arizona has to endure.
Gov. Doug Ducey won't criticize the the rates being charged by the state's largest electric company despite the fact that 8 percent of its residential customers could not -- or would not -- pay their bills this summer.
PHOENIX -- A federal judge late Thursday ordered the Arizona Senate to reinstate a staffer who a jury concluded had been the victim of racial and sexual discrimination.
On Sept. 2, Spencer Goddard Morton, a Cottonwood resident, was reported missing by friends.
The 11th annual Walkin’ on Main event is set for Saturday, Nov. 9, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Old Town Cottonwood. Jak Teel, recreation coordinator for Cottonwood, said the city is marketing the event as having something for everyone in a family.
The Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to confirm Arizona businesswoman Barbara Barrett as the next Air Force secretary, one day after brushing aside an attempt to stall her nomination over Air Force use of Trump hotels for official business.
Three Arizona Republicans held fast with President Donald Trump as the House voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to rebuke the president’s decision to pull U.S. troops out of northern Syria.
On a cool evening, crickets chirp in tall grass. A fresh breeze carries the songs of cicadas, and as members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe come together, a murmur of voices can be heard.
The 45th annual Jerome Fire Dept. Auxiliary Halloween Dance is Saturday, Oct. 26, at Spook Hall.
The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau was awarded with the Destination Marketing Accreditation Program (DMAP) seal by Destinations International in recognition of the organization's commitment to industry excellence and meeting the industry standard for performance and accountability of destination organizations around the world.
The Arizona Board of Regents is leasing out property for commercial use without proper oversight and with only limited transparency, creating a "risk of inappropriate use of public resources'' according to a new audit.