Lawyers for the U.S. Treasury are asking a federal judge to throw out a bid by state Attorney General Mark Brnovich to say Congress can’t tell Arizona it can’t use any of its COVID relief dollars to cut taxes for business and individuals.
There hasn’t been enough rain yet to test it yet, but a unique engineering project to protect a portion of Warner-Elliot Loop from floods – particularly 17 homes along nearby Mandan Street – was completed without fanfare in March.
While the Festival of Lights Kick-Off Party may largely be relegated to the past, its reason for being will continue – at least for now.
Gov. Doug Ducey last week signed legislation putting in place an immediate $1.3 billion tax cut, set to rise to $1.9 billion, that is designed largely to benefit the wealthiest.
Waymo’s self-driving cars continue to fall victim to incidents involving harassment and physical damage more than four years after they first began circulating around Chandler’s streets.
Chandler Police have issued more than 700 citations for violators of the state’s 6-month-old distracted driving laws – more than other East Valley agencies and not far behind the 984 citations written by Phoenix officer up through June 26.
Class of 2020
- Desert Vista hires Pat Herrera as next head baseball coach
- Cop who killed local man faces dismissal
- Neither COVID, Ducey backing down as school begins
- Position change paying off for Mountain Pointe's Amier Boyd
- Resident presses for disc golf course at Sun Ray Park
- An Ahwatukee resident's cool guide to Flagstaff
- ABM bringing back Chili Cook-off, other events
- Public safety pension fund sees good news
- TU studying trimesters, new use for Compadre site
- Ahwatukee fashion designer wins state arts award
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