Experts fear state is not prepared to handle surge in Alzheimer’s cases
WASHINGTON - Arizona is in the midst of a surge in Alzheimer's patients that is rising at the fastest rate in the nation, a crisis that advocates fear the state is not prepared to cope with.
Meet Baby Ozzie: A disappointing playoff loss for Suns fans highlighted by fist-bumping infant
PHOENIX — A disappointing Phoenix Suns playoff loss, that included a Devin Booker hamstring injury, is also highlighted by a fist-bumping infant sitting courtside.
Brisket, bacon and baseball: Chase Field delivers new food lineup for 2022 season
PHOENIX – Knowing food and baseball go hand-in-hand, the Diamondbacks have unveiled a variety of new menu options at Chase Field
Critics doubt administration ready for fallout from ending Title 42
WASHINGTON - For immigration advocates, the end to Title 42 couldn’t come soon enough, but critics warned this week that it's coming too soon and will "open the floodgates" to migrants at the southern border.
El fiscal general de Arizona pide a la corte que bloquee el plan de Biden de reabrir la frontera
PHOENIX – El fiscal general de Arizona, Mark Brnovich, junto con el fiscal general de Luisiana, Jeff Landry, y el fiscal general de Missouri, Eric Schmitt, presentaron una denuncia contra la administración de Biden por rescindir el Título 42.
Arizona among three states suing to block Biden from ending Title 42 for asylum seekers
PHOENIX – Arizona, Louisiana and Missouri have asked a federal judge to block the Biden administration from rescinding Title 42 – the policy banning asylum seekers that was enacted to protect public health during the pandemic.
Arizona man gets probation for his role in ‘horrific events’ of Jan. 6
WASHINGTON - An Arizona man was sentenced Thursday to 36 months of probation and will have to spend 90 days in a halfway house for his part in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
Arizonans can move driver’s license to their phones – but not much more
WASHINGTON - Arizona drivers who take advantage of the first-in-the-nation virtual license with Apple Wallet will still need to have their current physical license when they buy a drink, get pulled over or any number of other uses, state officials said.
Arizona Coyotes Alumni Team determined to help grow hockey in state
TUCSON – As part of its quest to help grow hockey in the state, the Arizona Coyotes Alumni Team played the University of Arizona to help raise money for its program.
GCU swimming and diving program’s international culture fosters athletic, personal growth
PHOENIX - The Grand Canyon University swimming and diving program has built an international culture where athletes experience other cultures in addition to their own thanks to teammates.
Arizona official defends ‘remain in Mexico’ policy that Biden wants to end
WASHINGTON - The director of Arizona's Department of Homeland Security told a panel of lawmakers Wednesday that the Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as the “remain in Mexico” policy for immigrants, is helping to keep Arizonans safe.
Biden’s upbeat State of the Union in unsteady times splits state lawmakers
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden delivered his first State of the Union address Tuesday in a speech that toggled between plans for tackling domestic challenges and reasserting U.S. international leadership.