Arizona Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita is running for Arizona’s Secretary of State. Representative Judy Burges interviews her about her election integrity bills in the Senate and her plans.
September 17, 2021
Sun Devil Nation is excited about the new season ahead. Last season fans were disappointed when more than half of the Sun Devils’ games were cancelled due to COVID. Sometimes their opponents fell ill and sometimes the Devils tested positive, allowing for only four total games played! This year’s home schedule includes visits from Colorado,
23-mile construction project anticipated to begin in 2022 Following a comprehensive procurement process, the Arizona Department of Transportation has entered into negotiations with the apparent preferred developer to design, construct, operate and maintain improvements to Interstate 17 between Anthem Way and Sunset Point, a major stretch of highway that sees more than one million travelers
Arizona Experiencing Third-Fastest Job Recovery In The Nation Less than a year and a half after the initial economic disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona has already recovered more than 100 percent of private sector jobs, representing one of the fastest jobs recoveries in the nation. “The last year and a half have challenged Arizonans like
An assuring legend is printed on U.S. bills: “This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private.” I have always been glad to know that Uncle Sam is there for me; got my back, so to speak. But for 14.1 million American adults, that statement is a lie because bills are being pushed
You moved to the area and bought a new home. The front yard package included a tree, three shrubs, and a boulder, and the back yard is a blank slate. The front yard is often dull at best, and the back is nothing but mud in the monsoon rains; where does anyone start? There are