A relatively small mine has been approved to start digging on federal land in Yavapai County. This comes after more than a year of studies and loud public opposition. There were more than 1,000 public comments against the mine. The nearby city of Prescott and the local volunteer fire departments opposed the mine.
A bipartisan group of 40 attorneys general is trying to reduce the amount of annoying or harmful automated or “robocalls” across the country. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has joined that effort.
The city of Chandler in the East Valley was founded in 1891 by Dr. Alexander John Chandler and, for a long time, it was all about farming. But today, the city of more than 250,000 people is a tech hub.
Some residents who live southwest of downtown Phoenix don’t like the way their community is changing. The Phoenix City Council recently approved plans by Meritage Homes for 180 single-family homes in Laveen
Just before Thanksgiving, an E. coli outbreak led government officials to announce that romaine lettuce shouldn’t be eaten at all. FDA rules related to agricultural water standards were on the verge of being implemented, but they’ve been pushed back and compliance dates extended.
Valley cities are increasingly looking at new rules for scooters and bicycles you rent with a smartphone. Mesa council told staff this week to draft regulations for the vehicles that could be voted on in early 2019.
More and more of us have smart TVs, appliances and other devices connected to the Internet of Things. A group of researchers and industry officials in Arizona and elsewhere is working on ways to shore up security on those devices and try to inoculate them from cyberattacks.
A great big howdy! That’s how singer Chelsea Robson and her family have welcomed people to their ranch-turned-dinner theater in Mesa for the past 35 years. Their last show was this Saturday, as the family business wound to a close.
The G20 Summit in Argentina came to a close on Saturday. And although people focused on the awkward stage moment between President Trump and Argentine President Mauricio Macri, there were more important points at hand that was discussed.