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With the price of fuel at a multi-year year high, Arizona drivers are running on empty, and in many cases, running out of gas altogether. According to AAA Arizona, calls for fuel delivery are up 13.8 percent compared to last year.
Tom Mueller drives his car maybe once or twice a month to get to work, but he usually chooses to cruise the road on one of his seven, brightly-colored BMW motorcycles.
BIKER: Tom Mueller stands next to the motorcycle he rides to work and on road trips. The Queen Creek resident said the Valley is one of the most dangerous places to ride a motorcycle.
Gov. Janet Napolitano agreed Friday to have Arizona create a new driver’s license that can be used for everything from international travel to getting a job.
Pump prices continued their new year climb this week as Arizona drivers saw a 4.1 cent increase in the average price of fuel to $3.291 per gallon.
A drop in crude oil prices gave Arizona drivers some relief at the pump this week.
Where are the meanest of the East Valley's mean streets for motorists? What about in other cities?
Traffic heads south on Hunt Highway just south of Queen Creek in 2007.
YUMA - Southern Arizona motorists who live close to the border are learning they can save a few bucks by heading to gas stations in Mexico.
Gov. Janet Napolitano signed a deal Thursday with federal officials to create a new “technologically enhanced’’ state driver license.
For the first time ever, drivers of taxi cabs and limousines in Arizona will soon be subject to random drug testing.
WASHINGTON - Deaths of younger teen drivers increased sharply in the first six months of last year, reversing a decade-long trend, according to a report released Tuesday by state highway safety officials.
If Arizona "dreamers'' are going to get state drivers' licenses, they're going to have to wait for a court order.
State lawmakers are sending a message to new teen drives: Put down that phone.
Teaching your teen to drive is a complex task. And with driver’s education programs quickly dwindling from schools, it’s one that many parents have to undertake on their own. Fortunately, there are a number of resources available to help families through the learning to drive process.
So which is more dangerous: Sending a text message while driving or trying to fish that last french fry out of the bag? Sen. Charlene Pesquiera, D-Tucson, said she believes it is the former. And she is trying to persuade her colleagues to make the practice illegal.
A drunken-driving conviction can cost more than $3,200 and with Arizona’s new strict DUI laws, it’s easier to get one.
Part of the immigration enforcement proposal unveiled Friday by President Bush would require the cooperation of Arizona and other states – cooperation they may not be able to provide.
Sen. Karen Johnson, R-Mesa, blasts an agreement signed by Gov. Janet Napolitano to have Arizona create an "enhanced" driver license, complete with radio frequency identification chips. (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)
A 6-year-old law allowing creditors to report vehicles as stolen if the owner fails to make payments has police scrambling for a way to avoid potential violence.
For Lorena Ochoa, a victory today in the Safeway International would be sweet redemption for her collapse at Superstition Mountain against Annika Sorenstam in 2005, when Ochoa led by four shots with three holes to play but ultimately lost in a one-hole playoff.
ROAD CLOSURE AHEAD: A sign tells drivers along Rural Road in Tempe of plans to close the street on Sunday for the P.F. Chang’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Marathon & 1/2 Marathon.
In an age where multi-tasking is ever more being considered essential to our survival, driving and texting is without doubt the most stupid and dangerous, and yet it continues unabated.