Despite an $11.8 billion unfunded liability owed by more than 300 Arizona municipalities, counties and state agencies, some encouraging trends are emerging in the system that provides pensions for nearly 60,000 retired first responders, corrections officers and qualifying elected officials.
Valley renters are increasingly finding themselves caught between rapidly rising rents and soaring home prices that make buying a house next to impossible.
Earlier this month, Mark Hanchett raised nearly $15 million for Atlis Motor Vehicles – which has yet to sell anything other than a few T-shirts from a production plant on Higley Road just south of Falcon Field.
Starting this week, billboards, social media and television and print media will carry messages urging thousands of motorists, especially in Mesa and the rest of the East Valley, to prepare for three to four years of disruptions in their driving routines.
The flashpoint for perhaps the longest-running controversy throughout the 2020-21 school year in Mesa – mandatory face masks on campuses – was obliterated last month when the Republican majority in the Legislature quietly outlawed such mandates.
In Arizona today, head and neck practitioners, private companies and support groups continue to work tirelessly to serve uninsured people through speech therapy programs that enable these patients to communicate and live independently.
After last week’s study session on the impact of “market spikes” regarding energy the city of Mesa Electric buys, the Tribune asked if Mesa Electric rates have increased this year.
Emergency dispatchers typically communicate calls they receive so police officers can respond to them over radio frequencies that can be picked up by “scanners.”