By Justin Shepard
The education system in the state of Arizona is already recognized as being one of the worst in the nation.
Statistically, the state is ranked 35 in spending on higher education and is ranked 49 in spending on k-12 education, according to the newly developed website, www.speakupnowaz.org.
By Mary Allan
Celebrations were in order at Glendale Community College (GCC) for the completion of the Life Science Building.
By Rogelio Macias
The METRO Light Rail experience altered the Phoenix commuter's methods of transit in Dec. 2008.
Aside from an easy way to navigate the streets of Phoenix, local artists have discovered another way to utilize the Light Rail's convenience and purpose.
By Matt Petersen
It was a case of hitting and getting hit back harder.
The Gauchos' bench return to relevancy and 3-point marksmanship were negated by Eastern Arizona's frontcourt and late-game heroics last Wednesday, leaving Glendale on the short end of a 132-131 overtime loss.
By Eric Carroll
In a short time it will be Valentines' Day again and again people will forgo paying their bills to buy someone special a symbol of the most positive emotion that people can express.
By April Moody
Most Americans have never heard of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification).
However, it is a destructive weapon against our liberties in this country, and we need to do something about it. RFID chips are smaller than a grain of sand and hold more than 64KG of information.
Por Luis Montes
Ahora que el panorama económico en los Estados Unidos parece ser un poco más prominente, la gente parece recuperar la confianza en el mercado de bienes y raíces.