Glen Canyon Release Will Flood Colorado River, Distribute Sediment
Officials say most campsites along the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon will be smaller and some sites might not be usable because of flooding intended to restore the river to mimic pre-dam conditions.
Nov. 10, 2014
TSA Pre-Check Popular Among Sky Harbor Travelers
The Transportation and Security Administration's pre-check location in the Phoenix airport is popular. Since the service at Sky Harbor airport opened last month, 1,300 people have qualified for expedited airport security.
Nov. 10, 2014
Fees Could Go Up At Grand Canyon
A trip to the Grand Canyon might get a little pricier, as fees to more than 100 national parks could be going up soon.
Nov. 9, 2014
Maricopa County Updates Election Ballot Count
The Maricopa County Elections Office updated the ballot count Friday night. These totals may affect at least one race in the 2014 general election.
Nov. 8, 2014
NASCAR Race And Cardinals Game Means Heavy West Side Traffic
The west Valley is bracing for heavier-than-usual traffic this weekend. Thousands of NASCAR and football fans are expected to clog local freeways, but people who live in the area are prepared to stay home and off the road.
Nov. 7, 2014
Phoenix Art Museum Hosts ArtFix Restoration Event
Even though Election Day is over, the voting continued this week — not in the political world, but in the art world.
Nov. 7, 2014
Increased Excitement Surrounds ASU Vs. Norte Dame Football Game
There’s a level of excitement around Arizona State University football this week that’s been missing since the last time the team made the Rose Bowl in 1997.
Nov. 7, 2014
Tempe Introduces Music Walk On Mill Avenue
Tempe is introducing its Music Walk with a plaque installed in the sidewalk on Mill Avenue.
Nov. 7, 2014
Phoenix Art Gallery Made Of Shipping Containers Displays Life-Size Dioramas
They say creating art is about thinking outside the box. But in downtown Phoenix, some art is made and displayed in the box.
Nov. 7, 2014
Maricopa Integrated Health System Prepares For Ebola And Other Infectious Diseases
Maricopa Integrated Health System is poised to become the state’s first Infectious Disease Treatment Center of Excellence.
Nov. 7, 2014
Should Medical Pricing Be More Transparent?
Beginning last month, Massachusetts is requiring its health insurers to make prices public ahead of time on procedures like MRIs.
Nov. 7, 2014
Court To Decide If Lawmakers Can Sue Over Arizona Medicaid Expansion
The Arizona Supreme Court is deciding whether a group of GOP state lawmakers has the right to sue over last year’s vote to expand Arizona’s Medicaid program.
Nov. 7, 2014
Suspected Gray Wolf To Be Caught And Tested
An animal suspected to be a gray wolf near the Grand Canyon is set to be captured and DNA tested.
Nov. 7, 2014
Did You Know: MCSO Air Posse Launched In 1941
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Air Posse is a search and rescue group made up of volunteer aviators. Did You Know the Air Posse was first called to assist the sheriff’s office in 1941?
Nov. 7, 2014
Affordable Care Act Headed To US Supreme Court Again
The case could have implications for Arizonans who signed up for health insurance under the law with the help of federal subsidies.
Nov. 7, 2014
AZ Supreme Court To Review 2007 Freeway Safety Case
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear oral arguments in a freeway safety case that could cost the state millions.
Nov. 7, 2014
Phoenix Auto Body Shop Owner Accused Of Fraud
The owner of a Phoenix auto body shop and another man have been arrested for staging car accidents, then collecting on fraudulent insurance claims.
Nov. 7, 2014
Shanesha Taylor Prepares For Trial After Decision Not To Fund Trusts
The Valley mother who allegedly left her kids in a hot car while she went to a job interview, has dumped her attorney as she prepares for trial on child abuse charges.
Nov. 7, 2014
Arizonas Congressional Delegation Split Over Obamas Immigration Reform Vow
Arizona’s Congressional delegation is split over President Obama’s vow to issue an executive order on immigration reform.
Nov. 7, 2014
Retiring Congressman Ed Pastor Proud Of The Little Things
Arizona Congressman Ed Pastor is leaving office at the end of the year. He’s retiring after 23 years on Capitol Hill and before that he spent 16 years on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
Nov. 6, 2014