Kids in Arizona face many barriers to success according to a report issued by the Children’s Action Alliance. The 2016 Kids Count Data Book found that while there were signs of progress, like a drop in the arrest rate for violent crimes, there’s a lot of work that needs to be done to improve the lives of kids.
The University of Arizona senior vice president of health sciences said in a written statement he is “deeply troubled” by allegations at a meeting of the Arizona Board of Regents Health Affairs Committee.
Thursday night, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art—or SMOCA—will feature the"The Thomas Crown Affair." Its special twist is the real-time commentary offered by museum professionals on the film’s authenticity.
On July 15, Reverend Dr. Karen Oliveto was elected by delegates to be the first openly lesbian United Methodist bishop. The church, though, still opposes same sex marriage—just one of the challenges Oliveto faces as she expands her role as a leader.
Recent presidential election years have illustrated the increasing polarization among American voters. Those on both the conservative and progressive ends of the spectrum have become even more entrenched.
Scrutiny of UA Health Sciences has intensified following the 2015 affiliation with Banner Health, the exodus of senior management at the College of Medicine in Phoenix and the Arizona Medical Association’s call for an investigation into the institution.
A San Diego church has helped more than 800 Haitians since May. Many seek asylum. Most come from Brazil. They had moved there after the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti, but the South American nation has since descended into political and economic turmoil.
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.