PHOENIX — Arizona’s four-year public universities had the nation’s largest in-state tuition and fees increase over the past five years, according the nonprofit organization that oversees the SAT.
Small business that have opened and closed in Arizona, by year, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
PHOENIX — State and county authorities accused a recycling company with salvage yards in Phoenix, Coolidge and Tucson of buying stolen cars for the scrap metal.
PHOENIX – As manager of a gas station convenience store, Leslie Robb said he’s noticed that people who come in glancing at the Arizona Lottery sign often make a detour to grab chips and a soda before plunking down money on tickets.
PHOENIX — The two largest jackpots in Powerball history, including one split by a Fountain Hills man, contributed to a record-breaking fiscal 2013 for the Arizona Lottery, its executive director said.
A federal appeals court Thursday overturned the 2011 conviction of an Arizona man caught with 150 pounds of marijuana in his truck, saying police withheld information about the reliability of the dog that discovered the drugs.
WASHINGTON - The federal government wants to target childhood obesity with new limits for calories, sugar, fat and sodium on snacks sold in the nation's schools.
WASHINGTON - Arizona slipped from 46th to 47th place among states in 2011 for the well-being of its children on a variety of measures, including poverty, education, health, and family and community factors, according to a new report.
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona made it to a new national list of 10 "top-notch" charities for its overall performance on finances, accountability and transparency.
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona made it to a new national list of 10 “top-notch” charities for its overall performance on finances, accountability and transparency.
WASHINGTON - Platforms for jobs, government and other services are increasingly moving online, but 30 percent of Americans do not have an Internet connection to access to those resources, a new Census Bureau report says.
Social media can be a powerful tool for politicians. Or it can be "just another place to put your foot in your mouth," as two Arizona lawmakers indirectly learned recently.
Platforms for jobs, government and other services are increasingly moving online, but 30 percent of Americans do not have an Internet connection to access to those resources, a new Census Bureau report says.
Two-thirds of Arizonans don't bother to comparison shop when looking at credit cards, which can saddle consumers with higher-than-necessary fees, interest rates and ultimately higher borrowing costs, according to a new report.
Arizona State University students Katherine Richard and Anisha Hindocha pushed for action in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON - Anisha Hindocha works hard to put herself through college without having to take out loans - so hard that it's started to affect her health.
WASHINGTON - Arizonans were much more likely than the rest of the nation to turn to a pawnshop to get cash, says a new survey by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, a private nonprofit.