PHOENIX— The chief executive officer of the Phoenix metropolitan area's bus and light-rail systems announced his resignation Tuesday amid a newspaper's investigation into his expense reports. Valley Metro also reportedly paid almost $19,000 to take Glendale city officials to Oregon two months ago to examine Portland's light-rail system with the...» Read More
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