A judge has rejected an effort from business groups to immediately block a voter-approved increase in Arizona's minimum wage that takes effect in just over two weeks.
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the AZCM unveiled its special collection of rarely seen USS Arizona artifacts, including a never before displayed U.S. Flag rescued from the USS Arizona.
For the second time in less than a year, SRP’s Board of Directors has approved a decrease in electricity prices for its more than 1 million customers. The 10-month temporary decrease, effective with the January 2017 billing cycle, averages an overall 1.6 percent. The decrease will save the typical residential customer just under a dollar per month during the winter billing months and around $2.50 to $3.50 per month when the summer billing season begins in May. Prices will return to original winter season prices approved in 2015 with the November 2017 billing cycle.
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan today issued the official canvass of results for the 2016 General Election. The Secretary was joined by Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Chief Justice Scott Bales for the formal certification.
A state law taking effect Jan. 1 waives some vehicle fees and taxes for survivors of military members killed in service to the United States.
An auto glass company is banned from making telemarketing calls for six years as part of a settlement in an Arizona consumer fraud lawsuit.
We're still weeks away from the "official" start of winter, but you wouldn't know it up in Flagstaff.
Cooler weather sends spiders, scorpions and other pests inside.
As overnight temperatures drop, pest experts in the Valley say bugs look for warm places to nest, and many times that means inside your home.
One of the great things about Arizona winters is being able to savor a refreshingly mild morning in our desert communities and then play in the snow that same afternoon.
For the first time ever bees are listed as an endangered species. That means their numbers are dropping so much that experts see the threat of extinction.
As you prepare to mark Veterans Day and then the Dec. 7 anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, look to signs along our highways for tributes to our veterans.
Plans to study a proposed highway in Pinal County are moving forward under a new environmental review process that can proceed while funding has yet to be identified.