‘Business Insider’ whacks Tempe City Hall as Arizona’s ugliest building: Rose Law Group Reporter PhototorialRead More →
For-profit universities have been criticized nationwide for their 90/10 rule outcomes and loan default Five Senate Democrats accuse Grand Canyon University (GCU) of trying to avoid regulatory scrutiny, saying that’s the reason the school wants to go back to its nonprofit status, Phoenix Business Journal reports. GCU, owned by Phoenix-based Grand Canyon Education Inc. announced […]Read More →
Jessica Boehm | The Republic Phoenix is one of just a handful of Arizona cities that hold city council and mayoral elections on different dates than statewide elections. While the state runs elections in August and November of every even-numbered year, Phoenix holds its elections in odd-numbered years. Some, mostly conservative, council members have […]Read More →
By Kent Somers | Arizona Republic The Cardinals are closing in on a deal to make Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks their next head coach, according to NFL sources. The Cardinals had planned to conduct second interviews this week with Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores and Eagles quarterbacks John DeFelippo. Wilks was impressive during […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Jan. 21, 2018: A ballot initiatives may convert the Utah’s 1.5 million registered voters into the real lawmakers controlling this year’s agenda.
Utah’s Legislature might kill ballot initiatives to fund schools and expand Medicaid A California City’s Plan to Turn Indebted Millennials Into Local Doctors Colorado: County halts process to prohibit open space protests ahead of oil and gas drilling Nuclear reactor being tested in Nevada could power Mars mission New Mexico: Laboratory docked $3.1 million […]Read More →
And increase their per diem allowance Rep. Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff, is seeking to nearly double lawmakers’ daily allowance and triple their salary. He also wants to remove the public’s say on future changes to legislators’ salary, Arizona Capitol Times reports. Lawmakers’ daily allowance rate hasn’t been adjusted in nearly 30 years, and they also have […]Read More →
Legislative package sets $10M for treatment, restrictions for doctors By Rachel Leingang | Arizona Capitol Times Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey will call for a special session on Monday to push a spate of changes to prescription and treatment laws in an effort to confront the opioid crisis engulfing the state. The proposal attacks the opioid […]Read More →
By Kathleen McLaughlin | The Guardian Public land access over private land has always been a fairly fraught issue, but with the West growing more crowded, it has taken on a new urgency. The Diamond Bar X is a postcard-perfect slice of Montana solitude. A former cattle ranch that’s been parceled up into sprawling home […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Jan. 21, 2018: The high-speed rail project already is at least seven years behind schedule in Calif. in building the first segment.
California High Speed Rail Faces 50 Percent Cost Overruns How the future of Utah’s coal industry rests with a federal judge in San Francisco Colorado: Remote Rangely aims for a retail revival to diversify its boom-and-bust oil economy Shining a light on plight of New Mexico’s children Regents vote in favor of joint-use […]Read More →