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Rich Boals , president and CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona , has spent the past 42 years of his life with the nonprofit insurer - with 10 of those years at the helm.
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Arizona's bitter debate over a big part of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul has sparked an investigation into lawmakers' safety after at least nine legislators received a threatening email over Gov.
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According to the latest batch of numbers from the Arizona Department of Revenue, Arizonans are opening their wallets wider than they have in years, again spending at prerecession levels.
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In this 6th edition of Rich States, Poor States, Dr. Arthur B. Laffer, Stephen Moore, and Jonathan Williams highlight the policies throughout the 50 states that have led some states to economic prosperity and others to prolonged real economic recovery.
A new report from the state Department of Revenue shows Arizonans are spending at pre-recession levels.
Arizona Department of Transportation officials say U.S. 93 was closed in both directions after the accident late Thursday morning.
With the Memorial Day weekend upon us, it's the time when Arizonans flock to their favorite outdoor places.
Author Bill Lehman says that once he became comfortable with parallel parking a school bus, he felt confident that he could get through the DMV test.
Freethought Arizona is a blog for freethinkers in general and Arizona atheists, agnostics, skeptics, and secular humanists in particular.
An atheist state lawmaker tasked with delivering the opening prayer for this afternoon's session of the House of Representatives asked that people not bow their heads.
DeBruhl said he could not comment further on Burke, the specifics of the investigation or what sanctions he might face.
AAA Arizona is once again offering a way for people to get a safe ride home this Memorial Day weekend if they've had too much to drink.
A World War II Memorial is coming to the state Capitol, and the last existing gun barrel from the USS Arizona will be part of its centerpiece.
Pointing to the state capitol and legislature buildings, Whittle said, 'The state sold these buildings to pay for programs you can't afford.' From left, Reps.
The Arizona Senate passed a trio of bills Wednesday that seek to lower property taxes for religious institutions and make it easier for some people to sue over the First Amendment, much to the chagrin of civil liberties and secular groups who claim Arizona lawmakers are violating the U.S. Constitution by favoring the faithful over non-believers.
The amount of maintenance and operation funding from the state per student is less today than it was five years ago.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne said a federal immigration reform bill should not allow the Department of Homeland Security to pronounce the U.S.-Mexico border secure.