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There’s lots of research in this region on valley fever, both on humans and dogs. And there’s a new project, which aims to apply an approach researchers often use on people to dogs — by tracking them over time.
The original GI Bill was passed in 1944 and is one of the most impactful pieces of legislation Congress has ever approved. It gave veterans greater opportunities to attend college and buy homes. Earlier this summer, the House unanimously passed the Forever GI Bill, an expansion of a post-9/11 GI Bill.
Sean Spicer was the target of a brutal impersonation by Melissa McCarthy on "Saturday Night Live" before leaving the job of White House Press secretary. Anthony Scaramucci lasted less than a week as communications director — and part of that time was spent giving an expletive-filled interview to The New Yorker.
Arizona may be the best testing ground in the country for the heart and soul of the Republican Party. We’re looking toward a re-election campaign for Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, whose new book condemns Trump’s hold on the GOP, and voters here are not as concerned about the economy as those in the Rust Belt.
What do Adam Levine, lead singer of the pop group Maroon 5, and Tempe’s tech scene have in common? The answer is a company called Varsity Tutors, a startup that offers live, online tutoring. Levine happens to be one of their financial backers.
For years the state has failed to comply with performance measures from a settlement between the state and the inmates. The main reason for the failures is staffing and Judge David Duncan said economic currents are to blame.
Glen Campbell passed away Tuesday, at the age of 81, from Alzheimer’s disease. He was best known for songs like “Rhinestone Cowboy,” and of course, here, “By the Time I Get to Phoenix.” With me to talk about his impact on music, and the Valley’s music scene is Niki D’Andrea, executive editor for Times Media Group.
This year, the National Cancer Institute and World Health Organization concluded that a big price increase is one of the most effective tools for decreasing tobacco use. But there are certain communities where relatively cheap cigarettes are still easy to get.
Central Oklahoma is still feeling aftershocks from a 4.2-magnitude quake that struck earlier this month. A key part in solving the earthquake crisis is managing the enormous amount of water that comes to the surface when oil and gas is pumped out of the ground. It's a billion-barrel-a-year problem the energy industry is working to solve.
The Sossaman Family wants to transform the farm’s original homestead into place where people could go to eat and drink, hold special events and learn about how wheat becomes flour, pizza and even tortillas.
When a Maricopa County agency is done with supplies like computers or furniture, they are sold to the highest bidder. The Maricopa County Education Services Agency would rather see its surplus go to Arizona school teachers
HB 2494 sets new rules when it comes to freeing kids and pets trapped in hot cars. The new law provides legal protection for individuals breaking into a vehicle if an animal or child inside is in danger.