Arizona’s controversial immigration law took effect when the state was in the worst part of the recession, so gauging the economic impact is no small task.
Pima County has one big fat problem.
One day last February, with a revolution brewing, Ammar Gwesha received an email from a group funded by the Libyan regime. It implied he had two options: support the government or never come home.
After discovering a severely corroded sewer pipe in the project's first week, the county's Wastewater Reclamation Department asked the Board of Supervisors for an additional $500,000 to patch up defective cylinders they expect to encounter.
Arizona's education system is broken and Republicans are to blame, three Democrats vying to represent Legislative District 9 contend. All three believe they can fix it.
For the second year in a row, three country clubs may be banned from incorporating fireworks into their Fourth of July parties.
Sixty days is 60 days. Seems like an easy enough concept. That is, unless you get a few bureaucrats from the county and state election offices doing the counting.