There is an ideological battle going on between two generations that sometimes seem diametrically opposed. Joseph Sternberg argues, in his book, that Millennials and Baby Boomers are talking past each other.
Phoenix city and police leaders are looking for ways to improve the department’s relationship with communities of color. More than two-thousand residents filled Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church in Phoenix last week for a community meeting. They were there to talk about the city’s police department.
You may have already seen the haunting image of a father and his 23-month old daughter lying face down along the banks of the Rio Grande River. The photo underscores the difficulty the United States faces as we attempt to address the near record numbers of immigrant families seeking asylum here.
A select group of Chandler city employees won’t have to drive to and from off-site work meetings for the next year. In fact, no one will be driving at all, thanks to a partnership with the autonomous vehicle company Waymo.
An audit of Arizona’s medical marijuana program finds several inconsistencies with how the Department of Health Services manages it. One specific finding was that the department sometimes used equipment and staff for different programs, yet the expense was fully borne by just the medical marijuana program.
The drive behind a massive water development project in southwestern Utah, the Lake Powell Pipeline, shows no signs of slowing even after the Colorado River Basin states signed a new agreement this spring that could potentially force more conservation or cutbacks.
Mexico’s new National Guard force will be sent to Sonora, Arizona’s Mexican neighbor to the south. The newly formed security force will deploy 1,800 members to the state in early July. That’s according to a recent announcement from the state’s Gov. Claudia Pavlovich.
Dr. Katherine Mitchell, who spoke out against long wait times for patients at the Phoenix VA Health Care System in 2014, told the congressional committee that she is still facing retaliation despite a legally binding settlement agreement.
The Lower Colorado River Basin does not avoid a shortage in 2020 despite the plentiful snowpack on the Rocky Mountains this past winter. Why? Well, the new Drought Contingency Plan defines different “tiers” of shortage.
The Arizona-Mexico Commission officially starts its 60th birthday celebration Wednesday at a resort in the north part of the Valley. Governors, members of Congress and a former Mexican Ambassador to the United States are scheduled to take part in the so-called summit.
U.S. Navy veteran Robert Heiskell died alone in his home in 2017. A concerned neighbor notified authorities and, with no will and no one to claim his body, it was turned over to a local funeral home, Abel Funeral Services.