The Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to 15 companies for illegally selling CBD products that violate the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. One of those companies is in Arizona.
Mesa school board members’ decision last week to place Superintendent Ember Conley on paid administrative leave has been shrouded in secrecy. Now, a former board president is alleging it was because of criminal behavior regarding raises given to some executives.
President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that drug cartels will be designated as terrorist groups. The Mexican government is warning that the country won't will not admit any action affecting sovereignty.
This week in 1886, the Board of Regents met at the University of Arizona and accepted a gift of 40 acres of land for a campus. Regent J.S Mansfield had persuaded two gamblers and a saloon keeper to present the land to the university. Read about more interesting — and unusual — events from this week in Arizona history.
Biodiversity is a pillar of conservation and a key concern when contending with climate change effects. Now, research shows the world’s rarest land plant species could bear the brunt of climate impacts.
Jan Krulick-Belin was able to learn a lot about her father’s experiences in World War II, but not because they had the opportunity to discuss them. He passed away when Jan was only six years old. But decades later, she found nearly 100 letters her father had written to her mother in the 1940s.
Campaign season is in full swing here in Arizona. The state is now considered a battleground for the presidential election and other down-ballot races, and candidates are paying attention and in some cases paying big bucks for your air time.
More college students than ever before are reporting feelings of anxiety or depression. There is a plethora of reasons — ranging from being away from home for the first time, financial challenges, even relationship issues.
Climate conditions affect, and are affected by, the vast and varied web of life forms across our planet. In a recent editorial, Arizona State University’s Kip Hodges and colleagues explained how experts must embrace that interplay as they ponder climate change.