Glenn Martin sits down and talks with Bob Lettieri who is running for Chair of the Arizona Republican Party.
November 17, 2020
Coming off a record-breaking outcome in 2020 when Arizona Gives Day raised $6.1 million for nonprofits across the state in the midst of a national pandemic, registration and re-enrollment is now open for Arizona nonprofits interested in participating in the 24-hour online fundraising event, on April 6, 2021. Presented by FirstBank, one of the nation’s
On Monday November 16, 2020 at approximately 8 am a two vehicle collision occurred on Montezuma Street just south of Merritt Avenue which resulted in one vehicle rolling onto its roof. Officers arrived on the scene to find a Brown 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee on its rooftop and the driver, a sixty-five year old female
Arizona elections officials finished counting the last of more than 3.4 million ballots over the weekend and are vowing to certify the results in the next two weeks, despite ongoing challenges from state Republicans. In the final unofficial count, President Donald Trump narrowed the gap with President-elect Joe Biden, but still trailed by 10,457 votes,
It has become commonplace to say that America is undergoing a political realignment, as working class and rural people become more Republican and suburban and wealthier people become more Democratic. However, it is less common to convey what that means beyond political party affiliation. The recent election gives us more data to understand what is
The Arizona Interscholastic Association recommended postponing the start of winter high school sports such as basketball, wrestling and soccer to its executive board Monday, possibly pushing the start of those sports into January. AIA Executive Director David Hines will meet with state health and education officials before the executive board votes on the proposal. The