Monthly Archives: January 2018

McSally, McCaul, Goodlatte, Labrador introduce border security legislation

WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Homeland Security Committee Border and Maritime Security Subcommittee Chairwoman Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas), House...

Ask Rusty – Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

Dear Rusty: My question is how to apply for disability? I suffer from blepharospasms (facial dystonia) of both eyes, non-diabetic neuropathy in both feet and...
glenn mollette

Hurting our young Americans’ futures

Millions of Americans in states like California, Illinois and Kentucky are already in peril because of the horrendous government mismanagement of teacher's and state...
Rick Manning

Disney-Fox mega-merger faces serious questions

Disney and 21st Century Fox have proposed another massive media merger that may rise or fall on Disney’s anti-competitive lawsuit against a small Utah company...

Broadway star Megan Hilty is a triple threat

SCOTTSDALE — Actress and singer Megan Hilty, who has earned rave reviews for her performances spanning the stage, screen and concert hall, brings her...

Rock ‘n Roll Marathon Arizona to have road closures

This Sunday, plan ahead before leaving home. The Rock 'N' Roll Arizona marathon starts Friday, with the main race occurring on Sunday. The full 26.2-mile...

Ban of homeless camp sites in Phoenix traffic triangle

Homelessness is a chronic problem in cities throughout the United States. Many cities approach the social issue of homelessness in different ways. More and...

10 things to do this week

Looking for something to do? Here is a great list of events happening around the Valley this week. Arizona Ace Comic Con: Chris Evans, Tom Holland,...
Frosty Wooldridge

United States morphing into a lawless country

( Editor’s note: while Don is out of the office, please enjoy this guest editorial ) Without laws to create civil societies—no city, no state,...

The furry animals that call Bearizona home, finally got a chance to frolic in...

WILLIAMS – After a winter storm dumped snow on Bearizona Wildlife Park, the furry animals that call Bearizona home got a chance to frolic...