His friendly baritone has echoed through vast meeting halls packed with virtually every mover and shaker who calls the East Valley home.
State lawmakers are free to use fees paid by medical marijuana patients to operate programs to help get people off of other drugs, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has concluded.
One was the object of a bitter and expensive campaign and the other inspired a plan hatched by an Ahwatukee man while he was on work release from the County Jail.
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Situated in downtown Ocotillo, the newly-opened Marriott Residence Inn Phoenix/Chandler South features spacious studios and suites, easy access to nearby attractions and large companies, plentiful amenities and some great staycation deals for Valley residents.
The first thing to know about Senior CompuCare, which opened recently in Chandler, is that its name is a misnomer.
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The parent company behind The Falls Event Center, along the Mesa-Gilbert border, has filed for bankruptcy and recently settled with the SEC over allegations that its former CEO defrauded investors.
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I am often asked why I am so passionate about access to health insurance. The simple answer is that I have a pre-existing condition.
“Our neighbors are our brothers and sisters. We should treat them with love and respect” is the lesson my parents instilled in my five younger siblings and me as children.
We need more collaboration.
I’m asking you to help return me to the Arizona House of Representatives. I served in the Legislature from 1991 to 1995. That was so long ago that it is commonly referred to as the “Jurassic” period.
While visiting schools over the past few years and working to identify and address literacy rates, I became aware of a population of students who were falling through the cracks.
Try as we might and should, justice on Earth is not perfect. Those who don’t believe in God needn’t believe in divine justice, “no hell below us, above us only sky.”
The availability of water is incredibly important to Arizona’s future growth. We have three major sources of water: the Salt River, the Colorado River, and our groundwater aquifers.
I am working to keep Arizona competitive and prepared for our future. Nobody wants to turn on their faucet and find sand in the sink.
If there were any preseason jitters leading up to Desert Vista High’s football season opener Friday against Palm Springs, Calif., the Thunder said those butterflies were knocked out of them in a multi-team scrimmage on Aug. 9. Read more
The road has been rugged for Mountain Pointe High’s LaCarea Pleasant-Johnson, yet he has persevered, just as someone special to him would have wanted. Read more
The final buzzer sounds, the close group that has played together for nearly six years walks off the court high-fiving and posing for the traditional picture with a trophy. Read more