Election or appointment? That is the question the head of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Tom Forese, has raised for the state’s utility regulators.
This month the Secret Service announced it was relaxing its standards on applicants, allowing men and women who admit to using marijuana on a regular basis in their youth to be considered for a position that may include protecting the President of the United States.
In 2013, then Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law a five-year pilot program that would give children raised in foster homes free tuition at the state’s public universities and colleges.
Comedian Kathy Giffin has apologized for her photo shoot that included a decapitated head of the president, but that should not be the end of our discussion on this issue.
Living in a free country means that there will be times when we have to give others the freedom to do something stupid.
The evidence appears to be clear, but the system is broken.
A bit of clarity is needed for the City of Prescott’s sign code and today’s possible action by the council.
Near the end of the 2017 legislative session, Gov. Doug Ducey signed into law Sen. Karen Fann’s bill banning new drivers from texting while driving.
In many ways, cell phones have made our lives easier, but they’ve also made them more difficult.
On Feb. 2 of this year, 19-year-old Tim Piazza — a sophomore at Penn State University — was undergoing a ritual with its roots in the Middle Ages, hazing at the Beta Theta Pi house.
Walk into a restaurant and you will probably see a couple enjoying a meal – while they’re looking at their cell phones.
Perhaps we should blame the Internet.
The jobs of the future will not be in manufacturing.
Old patterns keep repeating and it’s beyond silly at this point.
Arizona voters passed a minimum wage increase in the November 2016 election despite claims from opponents that it would be a huge job killer.
Gov. Doug Ducey and our state legislature realize there is a teaching shortage and have decided to act.
In order for our campaign finance system to work there needs to be full transparency.
If you look for the exact spot where George Wallace was shot on May 15, 1972, you will have trouble finding it.
One of the guiding principles entrenched in the campaigns for Mayor and Council members in Prescott is that the positions are non-partisan.
Background checks on private gun sales. They have been an integral part of the national discussion on gun control each time the issue surfaces.
In 1994 Arizona lawmakers decided to make this state the leading laboratory for school choice, giving its citizens options on where to educate their children.
Just when you thought passenger challenges for United Airlines could not have gotten worse, they did.
Arizona is one of two states where law enforcement officers are allowed to use seizure income to fund officer salaries (the other is Texas).
Every four years Arizona cities and towns must go before voters and ask them permission to do their jobs.
From time to time during the legislative session we wonder what lawmakers are doing. We see proposals that seem self-serving or extreme.
- New year, new start for Station 7
- Oops, county considers buying three lots where developer accidentally put a road
- 3 patients air-lifted following 3-car head-on crash on SR 260, driver arrested
- Prescott war hero devoted to giving back to his hometown that instilled in him his patriotic values
- Need2Know: New wine tasting venue in Prescott; Acupuncture Center of Prescott moves
- New book chronicles Yarnell Fire tragedy ground zero
- Body recovered at Grand Canyon may be missing Utah man
- City: Developers pay ‘fair share’ of road work
- What's next for a Grand Canyon tram? Prospects are bleak
- Kingman drug investigation involving strip club turns up marijuana, weapons, dead alligator
- Police Update: Body found near Mayer, but teacher killed in Williams
- Diesel tanker collision on I-17 turns fatal
- Intoxicated Prescott Valley man invades home; occupant goes to hospital
- Highway 89A traffic will exceed 69 soon, say experts
- Two arrested in auto burglaries, police say lock your car doors
- New year, new start for Station 7
- Mogollon Monster has been seen in Grand Canyon area and as far south as Prescott Valley?
- Monday morning crash fatally injures 63-year-old Chino Valley woman
- 10 patients assessed after I-17 wrecks
- Editorial: 'Banning the box' in Arizona is the right move