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The state's high court is being asked to decide when groups attacking politicians up for election have to disclose who is financing the effort.
The outcome of the race for governor could turn on who can scare the middle class more, especially over the high cost of college.
This image released by PBTeen shows a living area utilizing trunks and bins, perfect for a shared off campus home. (AP Photo/PBTeen)
This image released by Target shows a wall shelf with hooks and cubbies which helps keep things organized in a shared house. (AP Photo/Target)
This image released by PBTeen shows a living area utilizing trunks perfect for a shared off campus home. Trunks serve as mini individual dining tables, storage for blankets and out of season items, or as tidy-up receptacles when guests arrive. (AP Photo/PBTeen)
SAN FRANCISCO — Dustin Moskovitz is plotting an escape from email.
In this photo taken Thursday, April 3, 2014, Asana co-founders Justin Rosenstein, center, and Dustin Moskovitz, right, pose for photos at the company's headquarters in San Francisco. Asana peddles software that combines the elements of a communal notebook, social network, instant messaging application and online calendar to enable teams of employees to share information and do most of their jobs without relying on email. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
In this photo taken Thursday, April 3, 2014, Asana co-founders Dustin Moskovitz, left, and Justin Rosenstein, pose at the company's headquarters in San Francisco. Asana peddles software that combines the elements of a communal notebook, social network, instant messaging application and online calendar to enable teams of employees to share information and do most of their jobs without relying on email. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
This photo taken Feb. 14, 2014, shows certification stickers are affixed to bottles of California olive oil displayed and for sale at the All Things Olive shop in Washington. It's a pressing matter for the tiny U.S olive oil industry. Shoppers are more often pouring European oil _ it's cheaper and viewed as more authentic than the American competition. And that's pitting U.S. producers against importers of the European oil. Some liken the battle to the California wine industry's struggles to gain acceptance decades ago. The tiny California olive industry says European olive oil filling U.S. shelves often is mislabeled and lower grade. They're pushing the federal government to give more scrutiny to imported varieties. One congressman-farmer even goes as far as suggesting labels on imported oil say "extra rancid" rather than extra virgin. Stricter standards might help American producers grab more market share from the dominant Europeans. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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Beginning today, pawnbrokers can charge higher interest, bigger prizes will be available at some bars and restaurants, and some cough medicines will be off-limits to minors. State health officials will be able to inspect abortion clinics without first getting a warrant.
One of my family’s favorite places to visit is Arizona Science Center. We have a family membership, so we go often and love to explore the new traveling exhibits. There are more than 300 hands-on activities for the kids, and the center is always bringing in fun new demos for special events. In addition, Arizona Science Center hosts several traveling shows every year, and the current exhibit, “Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science,” is one that you shouldn’t miss. It’s on display until Sept. 1.
If you have ever wondered what the 1991 chick-road-trip movie, Thelma & Louise, might have been like if it had been crossed with 1994’s Dumb & Dumber, the answer might be the new Melissa McCarthy vehicle, Tammy. This is an incredibly stupid but hilarious film starring the modern comedic equivalent of Lucille Ball.
Boyce Thompson Arboretum celebrates the longest day of the year Arizona style with a day dedicated to our state’s venomous nemesis — the scorpion.
In this May 14, 2014 photo, Brad Padgett, owner of Bradley's Jewelers, shows off one of his favorite engagement rings in Jacksonville, N.C. The answer to the question of how much to spend on an engagement ring rests in striking a balance between a ring that will dazzle your beloved without tarnishing your future financial goals together. (AP Photo/The Daily News, Maria Sestito)
NEW YORK — So, a lady walks into a bar...Wait, scratch that. A lady takes out her phone. With a left swipe of her finger she dismisses Alex, 25 and Robert, 48. She swipes right when a photo of James, 24, pops up. It's a match. James had swiped right too. They chat, and make plans to meet. They're only three miles apart, after all.
As an Arizona native, I have a love for the desert that just comes naturally. But there is something inside of me that loves greenery, water, colorful flowers and shade. I cannot always hop in the car and drive up north so, I am comforted by the fact that just 30 minutes east of Apache Junction lies the 100-acre Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park, which boasts the best of the desert as well as many non-native plants.
I’m sure there’s an audience out there for Neighbors, the new Seth Rogen comedy about irresponsible parents battling an even more irresponsible college fraternity that moves in next door to them; but the amount of drug and alcohol abuse, profanity, sex and crudity in this neighborhood would have Mr. Rogers rolling in his grave.
A tour of Michael Pollack’s three museums show a man who revels in a past that started well before his entry into the world. One is loaded with memorabilia from bygone days, things that used to linger behind the glass panes on department storefronts to convert window shoppers into spenders. A couple other pieces have a “one of these things is not like the others” ring to it given their relative modernity, like the mini statue of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Traffic concerns and speed signs were addressed at the Committee of the Whole in Tempe on Feb. 24 after a citizen brought up the issue to Tempe’s vice mayor.
This June 2011 photo courtesy of Explore Asheville shows a drum circle at Pritchard Park in Asheville, N.C. This gem of a city tucked in the Blue Ridge foothills of western North Carolina attracts artists, musicians, foodies, outdoor enthusiasts and a fair share of modern-day hippies, all lured by the beautiful setting and open-minded vibe. (AP Photo/Explore Asheville, Ian Curcio)