Technology Enhances Security of Driver Licenses, Helps Stop Fraud
As expected, Arizona gas prices are going up, but not as much as the national average.
All across the country, people are fiddling with their clocks.
The Fab 42 Site Will Cost $7 Billion and Bring as Many as 10,000 Jobs to the State
Arizona Has Shown Job Growth in a Majority of Its Employment Areas in the Past Year, Which Experts Hope Will Continue Through 2017
ADOT Has Launched a Safety Message Contest, and the Winning Message Will Appear on Signs Statewide
President Donald Trump Signed 18 Executive Orders or Policy Directives in His First Two Weeks in Office, Including a Temporary Freeze on Federal Hiring That Has Agencies Scrambling to Figure Out How to Comply
Reproductive-Rights Groups Attributed the Decline to “More Women Using Better Contraceptives in the Country.”
Trump Had Promised During the Campaign to Appoint a Replacement Who Would Follow in the Footsteps of Scalia
The President’s Order Suspending Refugee Admissions Divided Arizona Lawmakers