By VERENA DOBNIK
Gov. Jim Gibbons will meet with Perini Building Co. and its subcontractors to discuss claims that MGM Mirage owes money for work completed on CityCenter, a spokesman for the governor’s office confirmed late Saturday.
With features that include a bulletproof picture window and a hidden gun compartment, the former home of mobster Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal is up for sale.
NOGALES, Ariz. — Assistant Police Chief Roy Bermudez shakes his head and smiles when he hears politicians and pundits declaring that Mexican cartel violence is overrunning his Arizona border town.
Arizona’s controversial state law aimed at curbing illegal immigration would withstand constitutional scrutiny but wouldn’t be right for Nevada, according to Jacob Hafter, a Republican candidate for attorney general.
MESA, Ariz. — As the weather warms and evening temperatures stay at 70 or higher, scorpions get more active, says Craig Levy, program manager of the vector-borne disease program at the Arizona Department of Health Services. Vector-borne diseases are those transmitted by creatures such as insects and spiders.