The Arizona Department of Health recently released its 2015 Food Safety Annual Report. The report contains information such as the number of foodborne illnesses reported and food safety inspections conducted.
In recent weeks, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said he wanted to put a stop to all refugee placements in the state. That action is still pending, so refugees continue to be resettled here. And one very important step that every refugee must go through is a preventative health screening at one of the state’s two refugee clinics.
At Wednesday’s Phoenix City Council meeting, Black Lives Matter demonstrators briefly interrupted a presentation by the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, highlighting what they say is unfair treatment by the police.
University of Arizona scientists will attempt to answer the question “what if” in fun, family-friendly ways at Biosphere 2. The UA’s science research center will kick off its "Mars and Beyond" series with a focus on the future in space each Saturday in December.
The Arizona Supreme Court is set to consider the case against a top state regulator. That comes after Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich called for the removal of Corporation Commission Chair Susan Bitter Smith earlier this week.
Over half the 54 schools funded by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Education in Arizona are considered by the federal government to be in poor condition. Many of those schools are waiting on more than 2 million dollars in repairs and most have been waiting for years for the BIE to replace their facilities.