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Gilbert Orrantia, 86, left, and Don Strauch Jr., 77, both of Mesa, will be inducted Thursday into the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame.
Like Arizona — which until the mid-19th century was a territory owned by Mexico — Mesa’s historical roots are intertwined with Latinos.
Arizonans used to getting travel warnings about Rocky Point and Guaymas may soon be hearing advisories about Green Valley and Bisbee.
Having served in the military during World War II, they’d be considered members of what Tom Brokaw dubbed "the greatest generation."
Higley High School’s band director ignored warnings last year about a band assistant accused of sexually assaulting a girl on campus, the alleged victim told police in a report released Tuesday.
Last week's release of illegal immigrants into Arizona is political "payback'' by the Obama administration, Gov. Jan Brewer charged Monday.
If Jan Brewer is upset because she didn’t know Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano was going to be in Nogales on Thursday to talk border security, she has no one to blame but herself — or, at least, her staff.
A Higley High School band assistant has been arrested on suspicion of raping and sodomizing a 15-year-old girl in a soundproof practice room on campus.