The Arizona Game and Fish Commission unanimously voted to ban the use of live-action trail cameras. Trail cameras are often used by hunters to track deer and other animals. The commission's vote bans cameras that send photos, video or satellite imagery in real-time to a computer or cellphone.
Six lightning-caused wildfires moved across the Mogollon Rim this week as Arizona nears the start of its monsoon season, which officially begins Friday. The fire is burning just northeast of the junction of Lake Mary Road and state Route 87 on the Mogollon Rim.
The North American region will host the United 2026 World Cup. And for one of the masterminds behind the winning bid, the soccer tournament’s biggest score might be creating a better collaboration among the three participating nations.
High speed wrong-way driving crashes are usually more severe than any other type of accident. ADOT, which is studying technology designed to reduce the risks posed by impaired drivers, is six months and $4 million into the operation of an alert system for wrong-way vehicles on I-17.
Earlier this week, Westgate got a new owner. Mark Stapp, executive director of the Master of Real Estate Development program, offered some perspective on the potential for Westgate and what could work as part of a future development.
Listen to the sounds of Ernest Paquette filling sandbags to prepare for the monsoon season, which officially starts Friday. If you have suggestions or hear things that make Phoenix, Phoenix, send us a note at email@example.com.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has permanently closed one exit ramp along Interstate 10. A second exit will be closed in a few days. The closures are part of the work being done on the South Mountain Freeway.
Vaccines have been highly effective at reducing deadly diseases in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean infections like measles are a thing of the past. In fact, there’s new concern about outbreaks in places where more children are not being vaccinated.
Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) became a deadly hallmark of the Iraq War. As the war became one of occupation and counter-insurgency, these became the main weapons used by insurgents to attack U.S. troops.
The average bat doesn’t turn into a vampire. It’s also not very likely to try to suck your blood. But those perceptions persist — that bats are out to get us. But bats — in particular the lesser long-nosed bat — are vital when it comes to having a positive environmental effect.