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They aren't close to going home.
State lawmakers have given up in their bid to hike their daily living allowance, at least this year.
State lawmakers are moving to pave the way to more than double their living allowance -- and do it in the way to avoid ever having to vote on the potentially embarrassing issue again.
When Andy Lane's baseball career ended after a tryout with the Colorado Rockies went nowhere, he began on-the-job training for the major leagues.
Taking care of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be a daunting challenge year-round, but added stresses, such as the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, can make it too much for some families to handle. Short-term respite care can be the answer.
MIAMI — Peyton Manning barks out the name of the play: "TRIPS RIGHT 255 X BLOCK SLANT H DISCO ALERT 12 TRAP." The Colts pivot into position. He starts to call signals for the hike. No, wait! The NFL's best quarterback spots something he doesn't like. Maybe a linebacker set to blitz from the blind side. Or a cornerback sneaking up. "Blue 15! Blue 15!" he hollers. Now begins the Peyton Shuffle. Shouting. Stomping. Waving his arms like a marionette gone mad. Choreographed chaos, really. Manning in motion.
State lawmakers found one way Monday to save money: They cut their own living allowance - at least temporarily.
Mike Leake still won't buy into his own hype. As the Arizona State baseball team mapped out its journey to Omaha, Neb., on Monday - one day before Leake became the eighth overall choice in Major League Baseball's amateur draft - the team's ace worried about how much money he would be allotted on the road trip.
State lawmakers will begin “saving” money for taxpayers Tuesday — sort of. Legislative rules cut each legislator’s “per diem” allowance once the session drags on beyond 120 days. Tuesday is the 121st day.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A new ethics complaint has been filed against Sarah Palin, accusing the Alaska governor of abusing her power by charging the state when her children traveled with her.
UTAZ Development Corp. has announced a new commercial real estate concept: luxury medical per diem offices.The offices range from 2,000 to 2,200 square feet, and lease terms can be as short as six months and as long as two years.
The hysteria in the media and among the drawing room intellectuals of American politics over Sarah Palin's perceived lack of qualifications for national candidacy is growing at about the same rate as the realization that she has completely changed the dynamic of a presidential campaign that the conventional wisdom said was a sure thing for the Democrats.
Pinal County’s public works director took a trip to Las Vegas’ upscale Bellagio hotel in March on the county’s dime, claiming the public works department won a “national award.”
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Nearly 2,000 Hawaiian felons will be saying, “Aloha, Eloy,” after next week’s opening of a privately run prison in Pinal County built exclusively for convicts from the islands state.
Scottsdale city employees in most instances are following proper travel and credit card purchasing policies, according to two new reports released Wednesday by the city auditor’s office.
Arizona voters think the state’s lowest-paid workers deserve a raise, according to unofficial election results released Tuesday night.
TUCSON - Even with Amaré Stoudemire sidelined with a knee injury and several new players still feeling their way around, the Suns showed they have plenty of offensive firepower during a Saturday scrimmage at McKale Center.
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Just hoping to pitch in more than one game when first called up by the Diamondbacks during the final month of the 2001 season, Mike Koplove wound up striking gold — literally.
Jessie Green opened the door of her hotel room to check to see if the "Do Not Disturb" sign was hanging on the door.
Scottsdale-based VistaCare is a paradox.