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arizona-governor-new-blockchain-bill-040518.jpg Data stored and shared on a blockchain has gained legal validity in Arizona after Governor Doug Ducey signed a Bill to this effect. An amendment to the Arizona Revised Statutes, which recognizes data written and stored on systems using the blockchain technology, was introduced by Representative Jeff Weninger. Arizona already considers signatures recorded on a blockchain and smart contracts as le

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey ordered Uber Technologies Inc. to suspend testing autonomous vehicles on public roadways in the state, after the death of a pedestrian there a week ago. In a letter to Uber Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi, Governor Doug Ducey called last week's fatal incident...

Arizona-house-022818.jpg A couple backed out from buying a house in Paradise Valley in Arizona after discovering that the house was used as a set in the porn industry. The home, which was built in 1961, had been used as the set of pornographic website Wifey's World, run by married couple Kevin and Sandra Otterson. The couple...

MarthaMcSally-011218.jpg Two-term Congresswoman Martha McSally, R-Ariz., on Friday officially jumped into the race for the Senate seat being vacated by retiring Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz. McSally announced the widely expected decision in a video posted to YouTube highlighting her experience as an Air Force combat pilot.

JoeArpaio-010918.jpg Controversial former Sheriff Joe Arpaio has revealed he is running for the Senate seat being vacated by retiring Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz. Arpaio announced his campaign in a telephone interview with the Washington Examiner, highlighting his support for President Donald Trump.

Rep-Kyrsten-Sinema-092917.jpg Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., announced Thursday she is running for the Senate seat currently held by Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz. In a video announcing her campaign, Sinema recounts how her middle-class family fell into poverty and how she got by with help from "family, church and,...

Jeffflake-082417.jpg In an apparent escalation of efforts to oust Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., President Donald Trump met privately with some of his potential Republican primary challengers. Trump huddled backstage with state Treasurer Jeff DeWit and former state GOP Chairman Robert Graham before his speech at a rally...

Walgreens said it will bring nearly 500 jobs, including 191 new positions, to Chandler, Arizona as part of the relocation of its Tempe pharmacy operations support center. The current facility in Tempe will remain open as a pharmacy mail services support facility to allow for future growth. In addition...

Uber Technologies Inc. suspended testing of its autonomous vehicles after one of the autos was involved in an accident in Tempe, Ariz. The company pulled vehicles from streets in Pittsburgh, Tempe and California while it investigates the incident in which a Volvo XC90 sport-utility vehicle operated...

Trump-Intel-020917.jpg US tech giant Intel has announced plans to open a high-tech chip manufacturing facility in Arizona, which the White House claimed as another example of "the real-world results that the Trump administration is getting in its pro-jobs agenda." Intel CEO Brian Krzanich unveiled plans for $7 billion...

HillaryClintoncampaign2016-101916.jpg Hillary Clinton could become the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Arizona in twenty years, according to the results of a new Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll. The poll found that 39 percent of likely Arizona voters back Clinton, while 34 percent support Republican rival Donald Trump.

PresidentialCampaign-090716.jpg Arizona has voted for only one Democratic presidential candidate since 1948, but the results of an Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News Poll show Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump running neck and neck in the Grand Canyon State.

kissband-061416.jpg KISS kicked off their Freedom to Rock tour in classic fashion with an Independence Day show in Tucson, Arizona. The 16-song set found the band heating things up with fans, who had endured over 100-degree temperatures earlier in the day. "Tonight's the first night of the tour, and it couldn't be any place hotter or any place cooler," frontman Paul Stanley told the crowd.

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