The school has a business model that takes online tuition and re-invests that money into physical classrooms and dorms. That explosive growth has upset some neighbors, and the university is trying to manage those growing pains.
A six-figure prize will be up for grabs in a design competition to create an ultra-low energy use home. The city of Phoenix is using leftover federal stimulus funding to launch a contest with the potential to help communities across the Valley.
The town of Jerome is known for a lot of things, like being the wickedest town in the West, or, at least, it was. Now it’s a popular tourist destination. Much of that has to do with its historical sites, which the Jerome Historical Society has helped preserve over the years, but not every building can be saved.
The Peoria City Council has signed off on spending millions of dollars to expand the Sunrise Mountain Preserve. The roughly 124-acre addition near 91st Avenue and Happy Valley Road comes with a price tag of about $7 million.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio wants to bar Latinos who were illegally detained during patrols under his watch from testifying at his trial next month on a criminal contempt of court charge.
On Thursday, Phoenix-based Inventure Foods Inc. announced the sale of of Fresh Frozen Foods to The Pictsweet Company, a family-owned grower and processor of frozen vegetables. The deal is for $23.7 million in cash.
It’s time for the KJZZ Friday Newscap.
Our special guest panelists this week are Will Stone, KJZZ senior field correspondent who specializes in health care, energy and water issues, and Jimmy Jenkins, who reports from KJZZ’s new East Valley bureau and also specializes in law enforcement.
Mary Wilson, who was a founding member of The Supremes, will be on stage in Stormy Weather: The Story of Lena Horne. She’s not portraying Horne, but she will be singing a number of her songs, while the audience learns about her life and music.
The women’s liberation movement of the 1960s and '70s might seem like it was a very long time ago to young women today. But it’s part of our history that is essential for them to know, according to Pamela Stewart, a professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU who teaches American women’s history.
After November’s presidential election, we heard a lot about how there was low voter turnout was nationwide. Well, it turns out that wasn’t the case — at least compared to our most recent election. I spoke with George Pillsbury, a senior consultant to Nonprofit Votes, more about what they found.