Ever wonder why Arizona’s Republican legislators pass religiously based bills such as SB 1062?
Shareholders of Tucson Electric Power Co.’s parent corporation, UNS Energy, have filed a pair of lawsuits in Pima County Superior Court in an effort to halt a Canadian company’s planned acquisition of the power provider.
Scottsdale’s downtown boutiques and Wild West image attract people from all over the world. But is it, as Cave Creek contended, too urban to be a real Western town?
Singer Dierks Bentley performed on Day 2 of the recent Stagecoach Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif.
Grammy-nominated country singer Dierks Bentley is coming home to the Phoenix area this summer to open an old-style honky tonk.
SCOTTSDALE - The accuracy of blood-testing equipment used by Scottsdale police in drunken driving cases is being challenged.
Remodel to include wall-to-wall screens and state-of-the-art digital projection and sound.
Public artist in residence Erin V. Sotak walks a lemon tree along Indian School Road. As part of her interactive art show, Sotak set up The Grove exhibit with 10 boxed lemon trees. Her term ends later this month.
SCOTTSDALE - As with all artists, it started with a desire to create.
A $52 million hospital with an emergency room will be built in Green Valley and is expected to open in 2014, officials with Tucson Medical Center say.
This continues a countdown to the July 27 start of the Olympics with Southern Arizona moments and athletes from previous Games.
Sabino's Matt Bushman slides into third base safely ahead of the tag from Coconino third baseman Hunter Weems.
Sabino's Jeremy Timpf and Daniel Peters have been teammates since Little League. Peters, the catcher, and Timpf, the pitcher, thrive on working together and out-thinking the opponent.
has had success in Scottsdale.
Dan Mitchell has borrowed $3 million in the last year and a half to buy real estate and equipment to expand his brewery, Ithaca Beer Co.
PHOENIX — To get through the beginning, you need to know how it
PHOENIX — The trial begins Tuesday for two white supremacist
brothers from Illinois charged in a 2004 bombing that injured a
black city official in Scottsdale.