We regularly receive robocalls on our phones, and the phone companies have the technology to stop them.
One of the great things about attending a Major League Baseball game is the closeness fans feel to the players.
The front page of Monday's Courier print edition looks different. That is to get your attention as journalists and news advocates around the world pause to remember those who have given their lives in pursuit of covering the news and freedom of the press.
Horse racing is back in the tri-city area, yet out-of-state interests have a say in its bottom-line success.
In the past week, the Arizona Legislature placed more hurdles in the path of voter initiatives.
Tax Day has come and gone, but your trepidation was warranted. Gov. Doug Ducey is one step closer to getting what he wants, while lawmakers are pressing for the state’s taxpayers and financial health.
Arizona has a new telemedicine law that should not only give rural Arizonans more ready access to specialized health care but help assure their insurance will cover those remote treatments.
How many people have to die? That is a question we have posed frequently throughout The Daily Courier’s #StopFentanylNow series.
Surrounded by victims’ families, Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday, April 22, 2019, signed a bipartisan, legislative effort to ban texting while driving, which will take effect on Jan. 1, 2021.
Our state’s governor, Doug Ducey, this past week inked his approval to legislation that removes licensing requirements for people who style hair.
Day in and day out, part of a newspaper’s mission is to make a difference in the community it serves.
When you wait long enough to tackle something, the challenge can be insurmountable.
It has been happening for a long time. It has been happening in our backyards. On the roads we drive. In proximity to schools.
What truly happens comes down to words and intent, and left to the courts — it is words that speak the loudest.
Arizona is on the verge of becoming the easiest state in the nation for out-of-state residents to relocate and get to work.
In 2016, voters approved increases to the minimum wage in Arizona. As a result, it has been steadily increasing.
State lawmakers are betting on tribes in Arizona through possible new wagering on sporting events.
The attached photographs — one from a reader and one (the truck) from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office — show people driving with little snow, very little, removed from their vehicles’ windows.
The debate ensues — whether children should be vaccinated or not. Decades ago it was without question. If you wanted your child to attend school or just be healthy you took them to get their shots.
Legislators are looking to hike minimum insurance coverage for Arizona’s drivers. To that we say, “It’s about time!”