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Mountain Pointe High School invited the Ahwatukee community for a chance to see the judicial system at work as it hosted two oral arguments presented by the Arizona Supreme Court in the school’s auditorium on Tuesday.
Unwilling to wait for congressional action, a first-term state legislator is attempting to clip the wings of the National Security Agency, at least in Arizona.
Supporters of the Independent Redistricting Commission want a federal court to rule that the Arizona Legislature has no right to challenge the voter-approved law.
Budget battles never seem to end in Washington, DC. And, like a real battle, there are casualties. Among them are people with diseases and disabilities hoping for new medical breakthroughs.
November is Long-term Care Awareness Month. And when it comes to long-term care — such as a stay in a nursing home or the services provided by a home health aide — you’ll want to plan for the potential costs involved.
Since taking office 21 months ago, I have made building a strong economy that works for every Phoenix family my highest priority.
Five Ahwatukee residents joined more than 1,275 other Republican women leaders from across the nation Sept. 19-22 at the National Federation of Republican Women’s 37th biennial convention, which focused on leadership training in preparation for the 2014 midterm elections.
Order was restored.
Gov. Jan Brewer asked President Obama on Wednesday to overrule a decision by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that the Yarnell Hill Fire does not qualify as a disaster.
Order was restored.
Rupika Kapur, a 2013 graduate of Desert Vista High School, was selected to represent Arizona as a delegate to the 2013 National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia June 26 to July 20. Kapur joined 121 other top science students from across the nation and around the world for this acclaimed honors science leadership program.
Summer is here, and along with the warmer weather, it means a lot of us will be headed away from the office to take a week or two of vacation with the family. Having a break with your loved ones, or at least away from the daily grind, can be a great thing, but only if you plan ahead. Otherwise, it can easily become a couple of weeks of working almost as much as you normally do, but without the tools and resources you’re used to having on hand.
Centennials are normally cause for celebration, a chance to applaud some thing or person standing the test of time. But not so for the income tax. Even the IRS is declining to mention that this year is the 100-year anniversary of the 16th Amendment of the Constitution, which authorized the tax.
Sue Humphrey, the legendary track coach, is back in Arizona and hanging out in Ahwatukee.
In Mike McClellan’s guest commentary in the AFN on Feb. 15 (“The inmates do indeed run Ariz.’s asylum”), he ridicules three state lawmakers for proposing legislation that would “require Arizona judges and law enforcement to act in an unconstitutional manner” because the federal government has “supremacy” over gun laws.
Mayor Greg Stanton, chair of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Defense Transition Task Force, sent a letter to Arizona’s Congressional delegation reminding them of the crushing fiscal effects of sequestration on the Phoenix region, the hub of Arizona’s economy.
In celebration of Black History Month, Southeast Regional Library in Gilbert is hosting an exhibit of West African art on loan from local genealogist Joyce Reese McCollum.
With the 51st session of the Arizona Legislature kicking off, legislators have many items on their agenda. Recent legislative sessions have focused on controversial issues at the expense of more pressing concerns like getting our economy back on track and improving our education system. At the outset of a new session, it is my sincere hope that Gov. Jan Brewer and legislators focus on the following issues:
The proposed Loop 202 extension through Ahwatukee Foothills or the Gila River Indian Community would have destructive impacts on the land and the people, according to speakers at “The Price of Progress,” a panel discussion at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
Phoenix’s award-winning Sister Cities program is looking to expand and create more economic opportunities for the city.
“All people are born alike — except Republicans and Democrats,” Groucho Marx
Tempe's Changing Hands Bookstore is set up for customers browsing its shelves in search of a good read, co-owner Gayle Shanks said.
Like everyone else, you hope to remain physically and financially independent your entire life. And you may well achieve this goal.
Head coaches never want to relinquish control.