April 5, 2021


ADOT Road Closures in Northern Arizona

Three weeks of daytime lane closures on State Route 89 near the town of Wilhoit starting April 5 Drivers should plan for delays and allow extra travel time The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for three-weeks of daytime lane closures on north- and southbound State Route 89 near the town of Wilhoit

Buz Blog

Opinion: Thoughts While on the Road

When my wife, Judi, and I travel to California in our RV, we listen to satellite radio. We’ll listen to oldies, love songs, country western and news channels. We’ll also discuss our family situations and current events. It’s about a seven and half hour journey one way, so we do a lot of conversing. We


Arizona adds its own variant to the growing list of COVID-19 mutations

The more than 840,000 COVID-19 cases in Arizona include coronavirus variants from the United Kingdom, Brazil, South Africa, California – and, as of last month, a new homegrown version. The Arizona variant, officially named B.1.243.1, was confirmed last month by researchers at Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute, who said it is similar to the South


Opinion: State Bans on Tobacco Products Are a Disaster

Attempts by regulators to modify behavior rarely have their intended effect. That’s what New England is finding out, as residents exploit the region’s geography and skirt state bans on tobacco by purchasing their preferred products in neighboring states. As part of an initiative to end juvenile smoking, Massachusetts banned menthol cigarettes and flavored vape products

Legal Beat

The Derek Chauvin Trial — Day Five

See our coverage of the first day of the trial here, the second day here, and the third day here, and the fourth day here. On Friday morning, the prosecution called Lt. Richard Zimmerman, a white man who has been a Minneapolis police officer since 1981. He works in the homicide unit, and one of his duties is to

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