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Benedictine University will offer a bachelor of business administration in accounting and a bachelor of science in computer science starting in fall 2014.
Legislation to limit how much future public employees can collect in pensions was dealt a setback on Monday.
The more evidence pours in that their dire warnings are doubtful, the louder environmental scare mongers insist that the “science is settled.” “We should not allow a tiny minority of shoddy scientists and extreme ideologues to compete with scientific facts,” declared Secretary of State John Kerry. “The science is unequivocal.” Barack Obama agreed that “the debate is settled.”
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The state's jobless rate remained unchanged last month at 7.3 percent as the economic recovery remains sluggish.
What could be better than a roller coaster ride down the Grand Canyon?
Up to 120,000 more youngsters living in low-income neighborhoods could soon qualify for taxpayer funded tuition to private and parochial schools.
So we approach Schoolaggedon. Otherwise known as Common Core. Or, here in Arizona, the College and Career Readiness Standards.
BALTIMORE — The odds have long been stacked against students like those in Edward Ennels' remedial math classes at Baltimore City Community College.
This photo taken March 12, 2014, shows student Sharron Foreman, center, working on a computer alongside classmates during a remedial mathematics course at Baltimore City Community College in Baltimore. Only about a quarter of students nationally who take developmental _ or remedial _ classes ever graduate. The problem is so profound that the advocacy group Complete College America dubs remedial classes the “bridge to nowhere.” The challenge, educators say, is that even as billions is spent annually on remedial classes, many of these students run out of financial aid before they can complete their credit requirements, get discouraged by non-credit classes or find themselves unable to complete them. The Baltimore school is one of several places around the country looking to improve the odds for these students. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Thieves could be spending your tax refund right now, and you wouldn’t know it until you try to file your taxes. It’s happening across the country and in the Valley.
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DALLAS — A big drop in customer complaints helped U.S. airlines post their best ratings ever even though more flights were late and more bags were mishandled, according to a report released Monday by university researchers.
Jurors who convicted an Arizona woman of fatally beating her husband with a hammer are scheduled to resume their deliberations Thursday over whether she warrants the death penalty.
A Gilbert woman was convicted of first-degree Tuesday for bludgeoning her husband to death with a hammer in what prosecutors said was a failed bid to collect on a life insurance policy to repay about $300,000 in loans from her boyfriend.
Writing about a sequel in the Marvel franchise is tricky because of the franchise’s incestuous nature. Iron Man, for example, has three movies of his own, a lead role in “The Avengers” and either stops by or is referenced frequently in the other Marvel films due to the ubiquitous nature of Stark Industries. All of those appearances and references serve as outlets to broaden every hero, so isolating Thor's actions in his franchise is impossible because of the character development he sustains in the tent pole film.
So we approach School-aggedon, otherwise known as Common Core. Or, here in Arizona, the College and Career Readiness Standards.
Authorities are looking for a suspect who broke into a Mesa home and stole two computers, police say.
An Arizona woman on trial in the hammer-beating death of her husband five years ago carried out the attack in a failed bid to collect on a life insurance policy, a prosecutor said, urging jurors to reject her claim that she was defending herself against a sexually abusive husband.
House Republican leaders late Monday gave up trying to corral the votes for a new budget, at least for now.
It looks like Gov. Jan Brewer is going to have to decide whether Arizona taxpayers should be penalized because of inflation – at least for this coming year.
Arizona's controversial voucher-like system of using state funds to send children to private and parochial schools is legal, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Friday.