PHOENIX — Saying Child Protective Services has been "hiding or not disclosing'' information, Gov. Jan Brewer named a special panel of current and former legislators and outsiders today to take a closer look at the agency.
WASHINGTON — Dozens of lawmakers have drawn scrutiny from their
ethics monitor this year for everything from financial dealings to
travel and campaign donations, according to a leaked account
showing an active House panel secretly at work.
The family of a 54-year-old man killed last year in a head-on,
alcohol-related collision has filed a wrongful death lawsuit
against the driver of the other car and her parents.
Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities Inc. announced a new
initiative to help entrepreneurs at its annual meeting
The latest early-ballot numbers are in for the city races, and
it shows that Republicans have started slightly outperforming
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — The Nicaraguan government accused the
United States of applying an "interventionist and destabilizing
policy" Thursday after the U.S. ambassador criticized a ruling
allowing leftist President Daniel Ortega to seek re-election.
FRESNO, Calif. — Americans are using less water per person now
than they have since the mid-1950s, thanks to water-saving
technologies and a nationwide push to safeguard dwindling
PHOENIX — A federal appeals court reinstated a shareholder
lawsuit against Scottsdale-based Matrixx Initiatives over what
company officials knew about potential dangers from its popular
Zicam cold remedy.
The grand prize package of the 2010 Battle of the Bands is
shaping up to be one of the best.
WASHINGTON — Fueled by government stimulus, the economy grew
last quarter for the first time in more than a year. The question
now is, can the recovery last?
Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors,
military and others. Call venue for details.
WASHINGTON — Energy Secretary Steven Chu on Tuesday laid out the
scientific risks of inaction on global warming and went straight to
his main point — the climate and energy bill starting its way
through the Senate could help drive what he called "energy