Among 4,500 undergrads to receive their bachelor's degrees from the University of Arizona Friday will be Viputheshwar Sitaraman, who goes by Vip. Vip was 16 when he started his studies at the UA, now, two years later, at 18 he will be the youngest person to graduate this year.
It happens every winter. As accommodations at the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park shut down, so does the 40-mile stretch of road between the remote part of the park and the tiny town of Jacob Lake.
Retired Air Force pilot and Tucson-area Congresswoman Martha McSally sponsored a bill that would reinstate burial access at Arlington National Cemetery for female pilots who served in World War II is headed to President Barack Obama's desk.
Mexico is fast approaching a June deadline to complete a nationwide judicial reform. It replaces a closed system of written proceedings with one that opens up trials to the public and requires oral arguments before a judge. It also puts greater responsibility on police to come up with evidence that will stand up in court.
Melissa Wilson Sayres is a professor at ASU studying genetics. She participated in research that looked at Y chromosomes from more than 1,200 DNA samples taken from men around the world. Wilson Sayres says the data allows them to infer how and when early humans evolved and migrated across the globe.
Arizona researchers are continuing their study of the aftermath of last year’s massive mine spill into the Animas and San Juan rivers. They’re now looking for participants from three communities in the Navajo Nation.