The Helping Hand for Relief and Development office in Chandler was full of volunteers on Saturday where people were packing large containers with resources needed to support refugees living in camps around the world.
Educators scattered across the Valley Saturday, carrying petitions to get the Invest in Education Act funding measure on the ballot in November. When they reconvened at the Capitol, they had collected over 5,500 signatures.
When it comes to talking about disabilities, language is everything. And that’s why the National Center on Disability and Journalism at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism is revamping its current style guide.
A federal judge has fined Arizona $1.4 million for failing to meet health care standards in state prisons. In an order filed Friday, Magistrate Judge David Duncan wrote that the state had “turned to a private contractor which has been unable to meet the prisoner’s health care needs.”
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Viruses acquired early in life could play a role in Alzheimer’s disease. That’s according to a new study, which came out Thursday. The findings could change how scientists look for ways to treat or prevent Alzheimer’s.
Harold Ramis became one of the most recognized funny men in the country, via "Stripes" and the "Ghostbusters" movies. His daughter, Violet Ramis Stiel, remembers her dad and his career in the new book.
Hidden pools, secret gardens, spooky hauntings and statues that look suspiciously like a certain former president. These are just some of the urban legends surrounding Arizona’s three public universities.
A couple of months ago, Arizona submitted its initial nominations for so-called "Opportunity Zones." Those are specific census tracts that may be able to take advantage of capital gains in the recent tax reform package.