Mutual fund company, Vanguard Group, is making changes to its executive team to address complaints by shareholders about the company’s management. The vote is scheduled for fall at a meeting in Scottsdale.
The Pioneer Cemetery is the final resting place for 400 explorers, scientists and Native Americans who made the Grand Canyon what it is today. And after almost a century, it’s at capacity. No more new plots. Some people aren’t too happy about that.
The $1.9 billion Rosemont Mine project southeast of Tucson has been facing questions of whether it will damage two Arizona streams. Now, Canadian company Hudbay Minerals is asking the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality for more, including a full review of required water standards in the state.
Nine people died and a 13-year-old boy was missing Sunday after their group of family and friends was swept away while cooling off in a creek that suddenly turned treacherous when a rainstorm upstream unleashed floodwaters.
Developers with eyes on downtown Phoenix have another year to convince city leaders to help them out. Since 2012, Phoenix has used a process for downtown development called RFP — it stands for requests for proposals. It allows a private property owner to pitch a project to the city and ask for financial help.
As the Arizona medical marijuana industry expands, the focus is now back on the fee that the state’s users are being charged. The $150 annual fee was set after the state’s medical marijuana law passed in 2010 and put in place to cover the costs of administering the program.
You might have heard of the School of Rock, but what about Phoenix’s own School of Hip Hop? The camp is held every summer at The Nash in downtown Phoenix, and this summer is their second-annual Jazz and Hip Hop Camp.
Disney film producers, who are now working on a live-action remake of "Aladdin," say they can’t find actors who can act, sing and have Middle Eastern backgrounds. To talk about the lack of diversity in film productions, we’re on the line with Michael Bennett, a research professor at the Center for Science and Imagination at ASU.
Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury is arguably the greatest player in the history of the WNBA. She has won an MVP award, 3 WNBA championships and 4 Olympic gold medals. And this season, she became the league’s all-time leading scorer.
It took 15 years before an investigation, and subsequent report, released details of sexual harassment, misconduct and intimidation toward female federal employees in the Grand Canyon’s River District, leading to its abolishment. Sixteen months later, however, the unit might be back.
Arizona senator Jeff Flake says he supports a controversial addition to the Senate health care bill championed by Senator Ted Cruz, but some experts say that change, known as the Consumer Freedom Option, could backfire.