Teachers in a handful of states, including Arizona, went on strike last year, demanding higher pay among other improvements. A recent report found, by and large, those teachers that walked out of the classroom got more money.
An Arizona prosecutor has determined that Uber is not criminally liable in a crash last year in which one of its self-driving SUVs fatally struck a pedestrian in suburban Phoenix. But it's not known whether prosecutors are considering charges against the driver.
When thinking about the concept of a "microaggression," what we're really doing is subscribing to signal-detection theory. What is the theory and how does it come into play when we're dissecting the behaviors of others?
The anonymous “London patient” appears to have been infection-free for the past year and a half, after receiving a bone marrow transplant for cancer. This comes nearly 12-years after the first patient — Timothy Ray Brown — went into remission by the same method.
President Trump has had an enormous impact on the U.S. Supreme Court, appointing Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. He has also claimed to have been incredibly influential on the lower courts as well, though that is much more difficult to quantify.
Last Friday, at Perry High School in the Chandler Unified School District, students wore “Make America Great Again” clothing and carried a Trump banner to school. The students say it was to celebrate the school’s “Party in the USA" theme day.
Cactus theft has been a problem in Arizona and around the Southwest for years, but some scientists and land managers believe the problem is getting worse. And, as the market for cacti is evolving, so are the methods poachers use and the types of cacti they’re targeting.
Scott Bales, chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, announced this morning he is retiring at the end of July. Bales, named to the court in 2005 by Democrat Gov. Janet Napolitano, is currently the longest-serving member of the court.