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Boeing to Move Hundreds of Seattle Area Jobs to Arizona
SEATTLE (AP) — Boeing plans to shift another work group away from the Puget Sound region.
The Seattle Times reports the company confirmed Wednesday the work shifting to Mesa, Arizona, could involve hundreds of jobs.
The changes will affect Boeing's Shared Services Group, which employs about…
Ken Griffey, Jr.’s Son Trey Signed By NFL’s Colts
A day after the conclusion of the 2017 NFL Draft in which 253 players were picked by the league's 32 teams, hundreds of players did not get that call but are still expecting to join a team for a shot at making it in mini-camp.
One such player is University of Arizona wide receiver Trey Griffey -…
Scare for No. 5 Washington Fuels Rout of Stanford
SEATTLE (AP) — In hindsight, Washington needed the scare that it received two weeks ago in the desert.
Otherwise, Friday night's beat down of Stanford may not have taken place.
"We actually needed that Arizona game to make sure we knew how to handle what happened, how to handle that pressure, how…
Special Delivery! Baby Born in Car
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona highway trooper pulled over a speeding driver but wound up helping a woman who gave birth in a car on the side of the road.
Courtney Benavidez tells The Associated Press that her grandmother was driving her to the hospital Saturday but she wasn't able to mak…
Four former Seahawks QBs attend NFL Veteran Combine
The first NFL Veteran Combine took place Sunday in Tempe, Ariz. All 32 NFL teams had scouts in attendance, looking out on more than 100 NFL prospects competing for another chance.
Four former ex-Seahawks signal callers were in attendance: Keith Price, Brady Quinn, Zac Robinson and Jerrod Johnson…
Arizona E-Verify Upheld by Supreme Court
Today’s Supreme Court decision in favor of Arizona’s mandatory E-Verify law marks a huge victory for immigration enforcement.  The Supreme Court has affirmed that states can cooperate in the federal government’s efforts to enforce immigration…
Man Accidentally Drives Into Grand Canyon, Survives
In addition to qualifying for the title of "World's Luckiest Person," an Arizona now has one of the all-time greatest stories to tell to his future grandchildren.
According to reports, the 21-year-old accidentally drove his car over the south rim of the Grand Canyon on Monday. …
Appeals Court Says Immigration Enforcement Belongs to the Feds
A federal appeals court has refused to lift a stay blocking Arizona's controversial law targeting illegal immigrants from going into effect, and said the federal government is likely to be able to prove the measure is unconstitutional.
Republican Governor Jan Brewer had asked the appeals court t…