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Arizona Now Allows Lane Filtering for Motorcyclists
As Arizona Revised Statute 28-903.F finally takes effect, the Grand Canyon State has become the fourth state in the nation to allow motorcycles to lane filter under specific circumstances.
Arizona Non-Profit Raising Money for School to Help Foster Kids
Advocacy, Support & Assistance Now (ASA Now) opened Shade Tree Academy in 2020 to provide schooling and resources for children in foster care, and they are raising money to help break even and expand their facility.
El Sabor Mexicano: Restaurants in the Valley You Need to Try
Over the years, Mexican cuisine exploded throughout the Phoenix Metro area and the surrounding East and West Valley, proliferating and evolving new flavors.
Celebrations for a Kind Soul’s 101st Birthday
Betty Grenig, a remarkable soul who has dedicated more than eight decades of her life to the service of others as a Red Cross volunteer recently turned 101.
The Great Art Heist: Rita, Jerry, and the $160 Million Painting
The new documentary The Thief Collector tells the tale of married couple Rita and Jerry Alter and how they stole a Willem de Kooning painting from the University of Arizona Museum of Art in 1985.
GOP-Controlled Redistricting Threatens Native Rights and Representation
With Arizona redistricting commissioners no longer beholden to federal preclearance requirements, GOP lawmakers have free reign to redraw district maps, disempowering Native and Latinx voters in the state and threatening a decade of uncontested Republican rule.