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Dear American citizens:
We can’t always escape the sad events in our lives — but we still need to carry on. Obviously, for a married person, a divorce or the death of a spouse is a traumatic event.
“We are scolded by government messages to rely on mass transit. But your car never goes on strike for a greedier deal. Drive away, dude. Also, why can’t upper management get off their duffs and drive the buses during strikes?”
DALLAS — Getting people on and off an airplane quickly is so complicated that even an astrophysicist couldn't figure it out.
Being a few minutes late for work a couple of times may allow an employer to fire a worker.
Travelers accustomed to chain eateries like Chili’s and Paradise Bakery now have a chance to experience local offerings such as Cowboy Ciao, La Grande Orange and Barrio Cafe at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
The importance of air travel to her community – and the state – is not lost on Lori Quan.
The state House voted Thursday to scrap the generous retirement plan enjoyed by elected officials and judges -- but not in a way that would affect any of them.
Saying it will help prevent fraud, state lawmakers voted Wednesday to impose new burdens on some people seeking unemployment insurance.
A House panel voted Wednesday to require those seeking unemployment benefits to prove that they were fired and did not just quit.
Benedictine University is seeking experienced faculty to staff its new downtown Mesa campus for the fall semester.
More ordinary buyers are finally getting into the Phoenix-area housing market as home prices continue to rise and investors find fewer bargains to snap up. That’s according to a new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, which reveals the numbers for Maricopa and Pinal counties, as of November.
Mesa’s Falcon Field is undergoing more than $3 million in ramp and lighting upgrades to increase safety and functionality.
Dear Debt Adviser,
Nearly 5,300 state workers have agreed to give up their personnel system protections in exchange for a one-time pay boost and the prospects of more money later.
Dear Mr. Walberg: After 28 successful years in federal law enforcement, I took a position as head of security for a banking organization. Although I did not receive any performance reviews, I was called into my superior's office after a year and was told that I was not performing to his satisfaction.
Elected and public safety employees get increases while double dipping. School teachers and other workers have had no cost-of-living increase. Who do you think they want to cut?
Is the (entire) news media corrupt? Listening to the news on any TV or radio station or reading almost any newspaper, leaves one with the impression that the entire media in this country is corrupt. The media continues to insist that retirees are receiving too much in the way of medical benefits, pensions etc. Where is the outrage about our tainted Washington politicians who receive free medical care, free pensions (they never contributed one dime, yet they receive a pension which gives them 100 percent salary without having to vote on the increase.) The free workout gymnasium, free haircuts and dye jobs, free transportation etc. When is the (so-called) free media going to expose the politician for what he/she really is, a criminal?
The fate of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) will be determined within the next few months. We’ll soon know if America will be saddled permanently with an unaffordable, unworkable, unpopular entitlement when we can least afford it.
Mesa is bolstering its police force for the first time since the recession forced the law enforcement agency to downsize in 2008.
WASHINGTON – Arizona got a grade of D for its legal protections for employees who need to take family or medical leave, in a recent national report ranking states on their health leave laws.