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East Valley Tribune

State and university employees could wind up with IOUs in their pay envelopes instead of checks in February if the planned sale of state buildings hits a snag, state Treasurer Dean Martin warned Monday. And that could leave workers with a piece of

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Checkpoint USA

Additionally, an inspector is observed attempting to open and search a private cargo container in a private conveyance absent consent from the driver or probable cause. This action violates limitations imposed on internal checkpoint operations by the

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U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, a Libertarian hero and former Republican presidential candidate , will speak at Phoenix and Tempe forums this week. Paul, R-Texas, will address students at Arizona State University on Friday and will be the keynote spea

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East Valley Tribune

A Maricopa County sheriff’s detention officer has refused to comply with a judge’s order to publicly apologize for looking at an attorney’s papers in court without the lawyer’s knowledge or consent. However, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said

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East Valley Tribune

State spending continues to outpace revenues, paving the way for a deeper deficit. The state took in about $455 million from all sources in October. But the state also spent nearly $1.1 billion in the same period.

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Arizona Republic

Prices on some foreclosure homes are being dropped below the opening bid just hours or even minutes before the auction. Buyers aware of the "drop bids" scoop up the houses before other bidders know about the price drops. Drop bids violate the stat

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Arizona Republic

As lawmakers convened to start chipping away at a $2 billion budget deficit, the state is preparing to turn to outside lenders for the first time in Arizona history. The borrowing is needed to give the state enough cash to carry it through ongoing re

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