Four months after Apple's former sapphire glass supplier went bankrupt, Gov. Ducey announced on Monday the tech giant will turn its Mesa facility into a $2 billion global command center. But the facility will create fewer permanent jobs and it's unclear what tax incentives might be involved.
As desert landscapes are modified by development and climate change, original residents often have to be moved. However, common animal relocation efforts often don’t succeed and a new report offers a possible solution.
Kindergartners in Yavapai County are at higher risk for contracting measles compared to those living in other counties. That’s according to a 2013-2014 Department of Health report on Arizona’s school immunization coverage levels.
There's a medicine that can reverse opiate overdoses. There's a movement to make it available without prescription in all states, but until that happens in Arizona, one man is distributing naloxone to save opiate users.
The two major sporting events in the Valley this weekend, the Super Bowl and the Waste Management Phoenix Open, have a lot of people celebrating tourism and enjoying the excitement. For commentator Troy Pottgen, the influx of fans reminded him of the summer weather phenomenon known as the haboob.
Any day now a federal judge is expected to order a hearing to decide whether Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio should be held in contempt for violating orders. But lawyers for the sheriff are asking to reach a settlement privately instead.
Hundreds of millions of people in the U.S. will watch at least a few minutes of the Super Bowl. For a huge percentage, the big game is really more about the big party. And that big party will probably include chips and dip, hot wings and a lot of alcohol.
An English course offered this semester at ASU is stirring up a lot of controversy. The course, titled “U.S. Race Theory & the Problem of Whiteness” has received a criticism for its title, which is viewed by some as characterizing an entire race as being a problem.