The report estimates Arizona's current deficit at $2.1 billion, nearly triple the $825 million cited by the Legislature and Gov. Jan Brewer.
"We conclude that the sheriff, who is elected to enforce criminal and civil traffic violations and whose reelection depends largely upon the public perception of the sheriff's success in doing so, has more than a (minimal) interest in any case in whi
Retiring U.S. Representative John Shadegg of Arizona has joined the Goldwater Institute as a Senior Fellow, where he will help fulfill its mission of economic freedom and limited government. Congressman Shadegg is stepping down from public office
F-16 over Freedom's Phoenix Workshop - Drew Phillips and Thomas Costanzo in studio
"Confidence is seeping into the conversations we are having with builders, developers, lenders and real-estate investors," he said. "Reality has taken hold of professionals who remain in the industry...
A look into some serious concerns with current trends in the public school system through the eyes of an inner-city school teacher.
Probate lawyer Jon Kitchel said government agencies should not be steering cases to private fiduciaries at all. If an individual needs help, the public fiduciary should be the first call, Kitchel said. "I don't believe APS should be nominating pri
Dear Ernie, Regarding your petition: Understanding that a number of state owned buildings had been sold and leased back to the state, I decided to do some checking. I looked up the central office address for the Arizona Department of ReRead Letter
ARIZONA BREAKFAST CLUB WILL HAVE THEIR JANUARY MEETING ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 8TH, 2011 at the Hometown Buffet located at 1312 N Scottsdale Rd; Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Dealers in Texas, California, Arizona and New Mexico would have to inform the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives of any sales of two or more rifles, including assault weapons.
In Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. troops use handheld devices to take iris scans and thumb prints off of detainees and put them in vast databases to distinguish insurgents from civilians. Now your local cops are...
"Watchmen on the Wall" - HOMETOWN BUFFET - TODAY, Sunday, Dec. 26 - 1 - 3:45 PM - 1312 N. Scottsdale Rd. TODAY!
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. - A manhunt is on for the suspect who severely beat Arizona Representative Frank Pratt and left him unconscious inside his place of business.
Bristol Palin has purchased a home in Pinal County south of Phoenix. Paperwork shows the daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is the sole purchaser of a home for $172,000, in the Town of Maricopa, in a development called Cobblestone Farm
New figures from the Federal Housing Finance Agency also show that prices of homes sold in Arizona are down more than 9.3 percent from the same period a year earlier.
Metro Phoenix home prices are headed for a new low, if they haven't already hit it. Median prices for the sale of existing homes have been falling since June, when a federal homebuyer tax credit expired and an increase in foreclosures helped drive d
Arizona State Retirement System's board of trustees approved Friday an increase for next year's contribution rates for groups that participate in the system. Next year, employees and employers will both contribute 10.75 percent of an employee's sa
But those extra stimulus dollars disappear at the end of the year. And gubernatorial press aide Paul Senseman said that means the state has to come up with $700 million in state tax dollars, money he said Arizona does not have.
Median prices for the sale of existing homes have been falling since June, when a federal homebuyer tax credit expired and an increase in foreclosures helped drive down prices that had been steady for nearly a year.
In fall 2009, she went to a conference on foreclosure research in Southern California. It was there that she first heard about forensic mortgage auditors. Finally, she thought, somebody could help her find answers.
What happened was that Arizona experienced a fiscal tsunami that reduced state revenue by about a third.
Metro Phoenix bankruptcy filings have hit an all-time record this year, with another month of filings still to go.
You spoke of an injustice relative to a violation...well, I can assure you it exists within that court amid the civil division as well. The Pima County Justice Courts have just affirmed the ability to gain judgment against an individual withoutRead Letter
Reuters just reported, Arizona has sued the bank as a result of the latter "consistently misleading consumers about its home loan modification process."
November prices fell 7 percent from November 2009, to $122,300, according to the Arizona State University-Repeat Sales Index produced by ASU real-estate professor Karl Guntermann.
TUCSON, Ariz. -- The U.S. Border Patrol says that one of its agents has been shot to death after a confrontation in southern Arizona. Border Patrol spokesman Eric Cantu confirmed the agent's death to The Associated Press on Wednesday morning. Can
The national real-estate website Zillow.com reports that Phoenix-area homes will end up losing $36 billion in value during 2010. At least that's less than the $48.8 billion the region's homes depreciated in 2009.
The median sale price in November was $134,000, down $9,000 from the November 2009 median of $143,000.
SNAP numbers for September just came on line, 42,911,042 - up from 42,389,614 in August, an increase of 521,428 in one month. SNAP numbers in Arizona went up 15.8 percent in one year.
A judge ruled Monday there is enough evidence to launch a formal disciplinary case against former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas for allegedly basing a lawsuit and criminal investigations of county officials on his animosity toward them. A