A bill that would allow parents to opt-out of statewide assessment tests, for their kids, won approval in the Arizona House. It will allow a parent to submit a written request to let their child meet alternate graduation standards.
The state of Arizona is challenging an EPA plan to reduce air pollution in national parks and wilderness areas. The EPA has stepped in after determining the state’s plan to cut pollution wasn't strong enough.
With a successful cross-country flight under its belt, a solar powered airplane is now attempting to fly around the world. The Solar Impulse has a dozen stops scheduled over the next few months, one here in the Valley.
Monday is the first workday after the annual switch to daylight saving time in most of the country. Arizona is one of the few spots in the U.S. that does not “spring forward" and some studies say that’s a good thing.
Leaders from several education and social service organizations gathered in front of the state capitol today to protest the new state budget proposal. The $9 billion spending plan was announced Wednesday and is currently making its way through the legislature.
Hosts Steve Goldstein and Mark Brodie are big baseball fans, you might even say they're fanatics. So, when pitchers and catchers report and spring training gets underway, it’s a time of year they like to think about.
The $8.7 billion-buyout of Phoenix-based PetSmart is almost a done deal now that shareholders cast their votes of approval on Friday. As a result, PetSmart will go private under new ownership once the deal closes next week and experts say it could be a good thing for shoppers.