Oxen are used to haul stones during construction of the Washington Monument, 1854. Lack of money and political dissension held up the work until 1876. (AP Photo)
American short track speed skating bronze medallists Nicole Ziegelmeyer, left, Karen Cashman, second to the left, Cathy Turner and Amy Peterson, right, celebrate on the podium after receiving their medals for the 3,000 meter relay, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1994, Hamar, Norway. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)
Washing Dishes - A female hand is shown loading dishes into the dishwasher. Photo courtesy of dreamstime.com
The owner of three Tucson carwashes must pay more than $300,000 in back pay to workers who were taken off the clock when there were no cars to wash.
Mystery writer Elmore Leonard sits by his typewriter at his home, March 31, 1983 in Birmingham, Michigan. Leonard, 57, the author of "Stick," his latest novel, is happily employed. "I've got the ideal job situation," he says, "I write what pleases me and I get paid." (AP Photo/Rob Kozloff)
Psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers displays flood of mail she received in wake of incident in which she saved the life of a Long Island housewife, who called during Dr. Brothers? radio program and threatened suicide on Jan. 8, 1971. Dr. Brothers held the woman on the phone until the call could …
Pete Hamill, a reporter for the New York Post, takes notes as he walks ahead of the Memphis-to-Jackson march led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in light trousers, June 9, 1966. (AP Photo)
British actor Roger Moore, the new James Bond is shown on top of Rio de Janeiro's famous Sugar Loaf mountain during the shooting of the latest 007 film "Moonraker," Jan. 11, 1979. Rio's Copacabana beach is at rear. (AP Photo)
Associated Press photographer Murray Becker of New York takes a general view picture of the scene at the 1936 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio in the Public Auditorium, using a 28-inch camera, June 1936. (AP Photo)
University of Arizona junior Casanndra Romero hopes to work with
children as a speech pathologist one day.
Sungevity brought its online model for estimating, buying and installing solar panels to Arizona last month after launching in California two years ago.
Pima County could end up spending another $1.5 million to $2.5
million on Superior Court judges' salaries, and jurors could lose
their $12 daily stipend, if the state's judicial branch has to cut
another 15 percent from its budget.
Property assessments are akin to thievery
At least 42.4 percent of Tucson police and firefighters live
outside the city limits, making them unable to vote on a
controversial ballot measure related to the city's public safety
coverage, based on analysis of data obtained by the Arizona Daily
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Ousted President Manuel Zelaya said
Friday that a U.S.-brokered pact will restore him to power in about
a week, ending Honduras' isolation four months after soldiers flew
the leftist leader into exile in his pajamas.
HOMEDALE, Idaho — The two-word command is barely audible.