As the Valley prepares for a forecasted heat wave in the coming days, Salt River Project’s robust electrical grid is fortified and maintained year-round to handle the predicted record temperatures.
Thanks to a computer glitch in the TSA's checked-bag screening system last month, thousands of fliers had to leave their bags behind at Sky Harbor International Airport. Those bags were trucked to Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport from where they were finally flown to their destinations.
In a move to make travel on Interstate 10 safer and more efficient, the transportation leaders in four states have created a coalition supporting innovation along the corridor.
People across the state are talking about the strange light they saw in the sky early Thursday morning.
Gov. Doug Ducey declared victory for Proposition 123 on Thursday.
Arizona voters were almost evenly split on a proposal to tap the state's land trust fund to boost education funding, but a measure overhauling public safety pensions was winning by a wide margin Tuesday night.
Months of campaigning by backers of education funding and pension overhaul measures faced the real test Tuesday as voters across Arizona headed to the polls.
"Tonight represents a huge step forward for Arizona public safety and Arizona taxpayers. "Our state's fire fighters and police officers have spent years working to rescue the PSPRS pension fund, which today is less than 50% funded and more than $7 billion short of meeting its total obligations.
In the not-so-distant past, someone retaking a road test at an Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division office had to stand in line – not to retake the test but to re-verify the application, a process that required spending several minutes at a window after taking a number and waiting to be called.
The Arizona Diamondbacks’ updated look doesn’t end with redesigned uniforms rolled out for this season. The organization has worked with the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division to overhaul the look of the specialty license plate raising money for team charities.
Phoenix homeowner Janet Carista had grass in her backyard for year, but she recently did a makeover.
Less than a year ago, it was uncertain how long Arizona driver licenses and identification cards would continue getting residents through airport security. When a state law that took effect in July 2015 allowed the Arizona Department of Transportation to create a credential complying with the federal REAL ID Act, Motor Vehicle Division employees had to move quickly to make it happen.