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Arizona Capitol
Abortion providers have filed a federal lawsuit, seeking to block a new state law aimed at preventing them from getting public money.
Jul. 15, 2016
activist in tempe
Protesters rallied at two different places in the Phoenix area Friday night to draw attention to recent incidents of police violence across the country. No major incidents were reported at either event, but activists did temporarily shut down part of a major intersection.
Jul. 15, 2016
A Democratic lawmaker championing a petition drive asking voters to repeal a recent Arizona campaign finance law is pulling the plug on the effort.
Jul. 15, 2016
Friday would have been the Dutch master Rembrandt’s 410th birthday, which makes it seem like a good time to look at the somewhat controversial issue of how he painted.
Jul. 15, 2016
orangeworm
Entomologists are trying to figure out whether the navel orangeworm can be mass-produced and sterilized to control pest populations.
Jul. 15, 2016
Technology has given us lots of way to track our sleep – from apps on our phones to devices we wear – there’s no shortage of data on our Zs. How do we translate that information into a better night’s sleep?
Jul. 15, 2016
Grand Canyon National Park
The Fuller Fire burning on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon has burned about 3,000 acres.
Jul. 15, 2016
The official start of the Summer Olympics in Rio is August 5, and anticipation is building. The Show talks to people who know the games well, including former Olympian Judi Adams and reporter Jeff Metcalfe.
Jul. 15, 2016
clay studio
Listen to the sounds of Ashley Ostransky and Sophia Doroz molding clay and painting pottery at Burst of Butterflies Studio in Chandler.
Jul. 15, 2016
The rally’s change of tone was reflected in Arizona Republic headlines on Saturday morning. But there’s been concern expressed on social media that those modified headlines were the result of different editions being sent to different parts of the Valley rather the result of rapidly changing news.
Jul. 15, 2016
measles virus particle
For the past several weeks, nearly two dozen cases of measles have been identified. The cases stemmed from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement employees who refused to be vaccinated or show proof of vaccination. So what happens when a person doesn’t want to be tested for a contagious and potentially deadly disease? It depends.
Jul. 15, 2016
calculus book
A new study suggests one reason for the gender gap in science and technology, or STEM, fields is women’s lack of confidence in their math skills.
Jul. 15, 2016
Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva
A new house bill aims to help deported veterans re-enter the United States as lawful permanent residents.
Jul. 15, 2016
Authorities in Kingman have found improvised explosive devices or IEDs inside a motor home at an RV Park just off Route 66. The IEDs are believed to be connected to two blasts in rural Nevada earlier this week.
Jul. 15, 2016
The latest law complicating the funding of family planning services is set to take effect Aug. 6.
Jul. 15, 2016
Craig Kennedy is with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He shared his story at the Good Neighbors storytelling night.
Jul. 15, 2016
doctor
Phoenix comes in 180th out of 306 communities across the country, ranked by The Commonwealth Fund in their newly released Scorecard on Local Health System Performance.
Jul. 15, 2016
Mark Goudeau
The state Court of Appeals ruling says the city didn't have a special duty to protect the victims and that a state immunity law otherwise blocks negligence claims stemming from the crimes that included nine killings.
Jul. 15, 2016
Mexican gray wolf
Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar co-sponsored the measure as an amendment to a spending bill for the Interior Department and EPA.
Jul. 15, 2016
bowling pins
Researchers used to think the brain stopped producing neurons after a certain age — that the cells just died off as we got older. Now research suggests older brains thrive with the right combination of physical and social activity.
Jul. 15, 2016

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