The following editorial appeared Thursday in the Los Angeles Times:
PHOENIX - The most far-flung suburbs of Phoenix are the new nirvana, if figures just released by the U.S. Census Bureau are any indicator. The rest of Arizona, including Tucson, not so much.
A Tucson-based environmental group plans to distribute 50,000 free condoms across the U.S. through the holiday season as part of a campaign aimed at calling attention to the impact of human population growth on wildlife.
PHOENIX - New figures Monday from the U.S. Census Bureau showed the number of people moving to Arizona in 2011 from other states slightly exceeded the number of folks who decided to seek fame and fortune elsewhere.
Arizona and Tucson continue to gradually recuperate from the recession, but it's a fragile recovery, University of Arizona economists said Tuesday.
More money won't fix broken system
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
WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's gambit to
include a government-run insurance option in health-care
legislation may lack the 60 votes it needs to begin Senate debate,
but it has given a fresh tailwind to the idea.
More than half of Arizonans say they are not going to get
inoculated against the novel 2009 H1N1 virus, a new poll says.
A sea of people filled a portion of Brandi Fenton Memorial Park
Sunday to sample food and take in live performances as congregation
Or Chadash held its annual Jewish Food Festival and Family Fun Fair
Christie Spencer and a force of more than 30 volunteers staging
the Sensational Settings fundraiser for St. Luke's Home are not
only celebrating home, but helping make one.
LONDON — So you think London, population 8 million, is crowded
with the living?
PHOENIX — A judge has voided a new state law that its sponsor
admits was designed to shift control of the Pinal County Board of
Supervisors from Democrats to Republicans.
PHOENIX — Arizonans have been told for months now that the state
jobless rate is hovering in the low 9 percent range.