Firefighting and police work are male-dominated careers. But the Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona are hosting the "Catching Fury" camp this weekend to get girls more interested in public safety careers.
When it comes to economic development, some business and government leaders are calling this “Mexico’s Moment.” Opportunities are being touted during the Arizona-Mexico Commission Summit taking place in Scottsdale.
For millions of Americans, living with clogged arteries can lead to pain and fatigue, particularly in the legs and sometimes leading to amputation. But a new device being tested at a Valley hospital may help clear the way for some patients to live pain free.
How many Arizonans use power and pay for it could soon change. The state’s largest power company has proposed shifting most households to a new kind of rate – one that no major utility in the country has ever required.
At least two of the people who played a critical role in bringing the newly named Roadrunners, the Arizona Coyotes minor league affiliate, to Tucson grew up watching the classic Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner cartoons.
A battle between a federal agency and many in the community of Lake Havasu City has been raging in recent months, after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a proposal to limit recreational boating on part of the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.
A coalition, including members of the state legislature and city councils, has filed a lawsuit, challenging the constitutionality a new law that precludes cities from regulating “nonwage compensation,” which it defines as items including sick and vacation pay.
At one of the harshest federal prisons in the country, inmates are left with their wrists and ankles cuffed for hours, days and sometimes weeks at a time. The prison says it's a safety issue. Inmates say it's punishment.