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Each spring, the Mesa Unified School District's Research and Evaluation Department conducts a Quality Service Survey of all parents, all employees and a sample of students at each school.
Authorities say no criminal charges will be brought against a Gilbert High School math teacher and former football coach accused of slapping a student last month.
An auction for an airplane that was once part of the presidential fleet is underway. The U.S. General Services Administration says the blue-and-white DC-9 was part of the Air Force Two fleet and at one point may have served as Air Force One, a plane used by the president. The plane is being stored at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
If people vote with their feet, new numbers from the U.S. Census show they like the far suburbs of Phoenix a lot -- and are not really keen on large swaths of much of the rest of Arizona.
The Federal Aviation Administration believes there could be tens of thousands of small, commercial unmanned aircraft, or drones, in the skies by 2030 as regulations are phased in and their civil and commercial uses grow. [Volt Aerial Robotics]
House lawmakers on Thursday approved legislation that links student loan rates to the ups and downs of the financial markets in spite of a veto threat from President Barack Obama.
Road maintenance activities is being conducted on forest roads 651, 580, and 899 over the next six weeks, 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. There may be some traffic delays during this time.
Why is it that when New Orleans was hit by a very strong hurricane, the Democratic party wasted no time demonstrating and condemning the Republican party, the president and all Republicans in congress for not supplying food, shelter and repairing or replacing homes that were completely destroyed by mother nature.
Daniel A. Dunn was placed on administrative leave by the school after he allegedly slapped a 15-year-old student in the face with the back of his hand on April 17.
There have been highs and lows from the 2012-2013 athletic year.
The government can’t be trusted with our health
For nearly two hours on Monday night, stories were shared, laughs were loud and Kleenex was out in full force.
BOISE, Idaho — A dozen years after a customer revolt forced Monsanto to ditch its genetically engineered potato, an Idaho company aims to resurrect high-tech spuds.
“Ann Kirkpatrick? Ron Barber? Raul Grijalva? Ed Pastor? Kyrsten Sinema? What do you think about the IRS harassment, Benghazi lies, and AP spying? He’s your President, not mine. You have been awfully quiet lately.”
A “Celebration of Life” service to honor respected educator and leader among state high school sports circles Art Wagner is scheduled for Monday night at 6 p.m. at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts in Gilbert.
PORTLAND, Maine — There's no smoke and mirrors about it — Americans are eating a lot more smoked seafood than they used to.
New figures show the state's economy continues to plug along.
Thousands of Arizonans in the federal "deferred action'' program won't be getting licenses to drive, at least not now.
Here is a collection of thoughts and stories from those who've crossed paths (personally or professionally) with former Higley district athletic director Art Wagner, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on May 15.
History is one of our greatest teachers.
Buzz words such as “subsidies” and “loopholes” have been thrown around by politicians for decades. If you’re seeking to impose punitive financial policies, these words are certainly more appealing than terms like “tax” or “penalty.” The Obama Administration is currently pursuing tax increases on the oil and gas industry under the guise of ending accounting loopholes.
“Is the SRP monopoly spending thousands of advertising dollars (consumer electrical power payments) to promote SRP or to promote Mayor Scott Smith’s run for governor?”
WASHINGTON – Drones numbering in the tens of thousands will be in the skies by 2030, the Federal Aviation Administration predicts. But where some may fear precision weapons or flying spy cameras, Steve Markofski sees flying tractors.
After the high-profile shooting of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in 2010, Scott Rollefstad felt he had to do something to help keep other agents safe.
America has always made a commitment to putting a good education within reach of anyone who is willing to work for it. The promise of a good education for everyone is part of what makes America great. As a person who works in the high tech industry, I am deeply committed and concerned about the success of all students.