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The Arizona Department of Transportation announced today its decision to deliver the $1.9 billion South Mountain Freeway Project under a single design-build-maintain public-private partnership.
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The company opened the facility in 2012 and has since hired and relocated 250 employees to the location in support of the company's growth worldwide.
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The Secretary of State's Office began mailing the ballots on Thursday to more than 1 million voters.
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Eric Fitzer, center, of the Governor's Office of Energy Policy, told a House committee that a bill that would open public land to renewable energy development could make Arizona the 'solar capital of the world' if the state could take advantage of available land.
In Wallet Hub's analysis of cities that have recovered the most from the 2008 Great Recession, Tempe ranked 142, Glendale 143 and Tucson 144.
The accomplice in an Arizona prison break says federal prosecutors broke a promise not to oppose a 20-year prison sentence in the murder of a couple in New Mexico.
A 50-year-old Kingman man who twice ran over his stepdaughter's boyfriend in front of the boyfriend's home has accepted a plea deal just days before his trial on charges of first-degree murder and other crimes.
An aeronautical school in Arizona and a national pilot-training company have signed an agreement to develop programs designed to improve safety and pilot skills.
One candidate called for sending National Guard troops and to build fences on the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas to stem the tide of immigrants, and forwarding the bill to President Barack Obama.
Members of the Arizona Community Tree Council visited Snowflake July 21 to "honor our commitment to the Arizona Community Tree Council and Tree City USA by planting a tree at Fredrickson Park," said Bruce Mighton, arborist for the Town of Snowflake.
Doug McMurdo Miner Staff Reporter KINGMAN - A possibly intoxicated juvenile driver crashed his car Tuesday afternoon after allegedly attempting to get away from an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer who was trying to pull him over on Route 66 at Dove Lane.
Lockdown drills have become routine in Arizona and other states, but some schools in other parts of the country have adopted an approach that includes training teachers and children to run away or escape Arizona schools revisiting security Lockdown drills have become routine in Arizona and other states, but some schools in other parts of the ... (more)
Jose Calderon, the president of the Hispanic Federation, holds up a copy of the 2014 National Immigration Score Card that was produced by his and other immigrant-advocacy organizations.
Arizona cites rising problem of tax-refund fraud Citing a rising threat from criminals, Arizona stopped $74 million in fake tax refunds.
Arizonans more likely to complain about credit cards PHOENIX -- Arizonans are a bit more likely to log credit-card complaints than Americans, report says.
By JULIANNE DEFILIPPIS Cronkite News Service WASHINGTON - Phoenix resident Gerardo Torres said immigrants have "ideas that are really going to help" communities affected by immigration policies - if only President Barack Obama would ask.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 01:25 pm
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