PHOENIX (AP) - Two lower-level managers for a metro Phoenix car-wash chain accused of immigration fraud in its hiring practices have each pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy. The pleas of Guadalupe Carlos Vazquez-Escorcia and Juan Zarate-Carreon bring the number of Danny's Family Car Wash managers who have pleaded guilty in the case to nine.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - An Arizona man sought on federal drug charges has been apprehended in southern New Mexico. The FBI says 46-year-old Matthew Duke Maley of Tucson is in custody after being arrested last night in the Las Cruces area. Maley faces charges of distributing methamphetamine and of aiding and abetting.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Copper giant Asarco is celebrating the $60 million expansion of one of its mills at the Mission Mine in southern Arizona. Contractors, employees and other dignitaries attended a ceremony yesterday at the Mission complex south of Tucson. Company officials say expansion boosts production to 58,000 tons of ore per day.
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona State University has unveiled the design for the school's planned Center for Law and Society. The $129 million center is still awaiting final approval from the Arizona Board of Regents, but officials say construction could begin as early as summer 2014. It will occupy most of a city block in downtown Phoenix.
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