A state appeals court has ruled that Arizona's Gila River Indian Community acted too late in trying to intervene in the adoption of a Native American girl to a non-Native American couple, with a move that would have shifted custody proceedings to its own tribal court.
Google has been testing self-driving cars in Chandler for several months and now you can get a close-up look at how the technology works. Google is hosting an open house August 13, 2016, at Soho63 in Chandler at 11 a.m.
Officials from the University of Arizona College of Medicine answered questions from the Arizona Board of Regents concerning leadership, financials and other concerns amid growing scrutiny of the university’s two medical schools.
Most Arizona farmers use fresh water to flood their fields. It’s a simple and cheap system but, leads to a lot of wasted water. Some farmers in the Southwest are taking a different approach, but it could be difficult to switch deep-rooted traditions to more efficient irrigation.
Chandler is looking for proposals to turn a vacant building downtown into a vibrant part of the area. City officials are hosting a site tour on Monday morning, and proposals are due next month. Wanted: Proposals To Develop Chandler ICAN Building
The Rio Olympics are about to close out their first week, and already there have been some breakout performances across the games. Adrian Hobart, deputy editor for world sport at the BBC joins The Show with a look back and forward to the next several days.
The Arizona Corporation Commission Thursday decided a closely-watched rate case. It involved a small utility, called UNS, but observers say the outcome in that case could have implications for solar fees charged by bigger utilities.
In June, Cottonwood became the first city in Arizona to ban the sale and use of tobacco, nicotine and vapor products to anyone under the age of 21. The group that spearheaded the effort said they would try and enact similar bans in other Verde Valley communities.
Part 5: Laura Fallon shares her experience "going big" with well-known political columnist Molly Ivins, who had gathered a group of friends to raft down the Canyon as a final hurrah to celebrate her final session of chemotherapy.
New data suggest a federal program meant to prioritize the deportation of immigrants who have been charged with serious crimes has had only modest impacts on the number of people being detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.