Oracle studio tour this weekend
MARS - Three-term state Sen. Al Melvin announced Monday he intends to run for President of the United States this coming year. “Although it’s not an election year I’m not going to let that malarkey stand in my way.”
PHOENIX — Three-term state Sen. Al Melvin announced this afternoon he intends to run for governor this coming year.
PHOENIX - A trio of bills aimed at protecting the privacy of Arizonans' reading habits, their gambling gains and government records about them moved a step closer to being approved Monday.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers are poised to make it more difficult for some people to collect unemployment benefits.
PHOENIX - Hoping to lure more movies, TV shows and commercials, state lawmakers are moving to once again provide income tax credits for those who produce them in Arizona.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers are sending a message to new teen drivers: Put down the phone.
Pro golfer Phil Mickelson brought up an important issue that many people around the nation are facing today - they are being overtaxed and essentially penalized for their success in life.
PHOENIX - A smaller Republican majority in the Arizona Senate ousted incumbent President Steve Pierce of Prescott on Friday, replacing him with Andy Biggs of Gilbert.
The longstanding conflict between conservative and moderate Republicans is erupting in Southern Arizona, as some GOP candidates complain they've been abandoned by the party's "Victory Fund."
For state Sen. Al Melvin, the most basic reason to vote for him and against opponent Jo Holt is simple: She's a Democrat, and he's a Republican.
"When I see a house with an American flag I know it's a conservative home," Republican state senator "Capt." Al Melvin told a recent Tucson Tea Party rally while stroking a flag on a nearby stand and snarling.
The Primary is over and the herd has been thinned. It's time for a round-up.
• Office: Arizona Senate Legislative District 11
Why not just secede? It's a fair question to ask, now that state lawmakers have passed Sen. Al Melvin's law demanding the U.S. government give up title to nearly all public lands in Arizona.
In France, a pool storage area houses spent nuclear fuel tanks that are unloaded in baskets and placed under about 14 feet of water to lower their temperature, as part of the treatment of waste. Sen. Al Melvin of Tucson points to such technology run by Areva as a model for Arizona.
sponsored the measure that urges the U.S. to consider Arizona for nuke storage.