Today: Jul 03 , 2020

Arizona Has Shown Job Growth in a Majority of Its Employment Areas in the Past Year, Which Experts Hope Will Continue Through 2017

ADOT Has Launched a Safety Message Contest, and the Winning Message Will Appear on Signs Statewide

President Donald Trump Signed 18 Executive Orders or Policy Directives in His First Two Weeks in Office, Including a Temporary Freeze on Federal Hiring That Has Agencies Scrambling to Figure Out How to Comply

 

Reproductive-Rights Groups Attributed the Decline to “More Women Using Better Contraceptives in the Country.”

The President’s Order Suspending Refugee Admissions Divided Arizona Lawmakers

Sticking to Paved Roads Is the Safest Way to Go

The Official Final Four Phoenix 2017 Logo on the Podium at the Phoenix Convention Center

No Cases Found in 750-Plus Samples Tested From Latest Hunting Seasons

Advocates Say Repealing Obamacare Could Lead to the Loss of Funding for Public Health Efforts Like the Search for a Zika Virus Vaccine, but Critics Say That Money Is Not Being Well-Spent

The Arizona Game and Fish Department Has Been Actively Involved in Reintroducing Mexican Wolves to Portions of Their Historical Range Since Before the First Release of Wolves in 1998

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