One of the leading contenders in the Navajo presidential election this November might be kicked out of the race later this week. Why? Because he didn’t tell the complete truth about how well he spoke the Navajo language.
Poverty rates in Arizona decreased by about a tenth of a percent from 2012 to 2013. That’s according to a new survey from the U.S. Census Bureau. While modest, some are considering the small change to be good news.
Researchers from Northern Arizona University traveled to Alaska and Switzerland, among other places, in a quest to learn how the Earth’s climate has changed over time. It’s the subject of a documentary called "Taking Earth’s Temperature: Delving Into Climate’s Past."
The traditional Fall television season— the one that features the ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox networks— hit screens this week. But several of the new programs are less traditional and feature more Latino and African-American actors and performers.
You’ve probably had the pizza place around the corner put a flier on your doorknob. You’ve also seen the countless TV commercials by major corporations. All of that falls into the category of marketing. But what if you want to get more people to worship at your church or temple?
Maricopa county is seeing a significant increase in the number of mosquito traps testing positive for West Nile virus. Officials with the Maricopa County Environmental Health Division say that’s due, in large part, to the amount of moisture the area has received in recent weeks.
How does Arizona stack up against other states in terms of having laws against human trafficking? Polaris, a national anti-human trafficking group says it’s getting better, but still has some work to do.
A building at ASU Polytechnic campus has had a piece of its history returned after missing for years. A plaque honoring the memory of a Vietnam War soldier who died in service was rededicated during a special ceremony today.
Early voting starts for November's general election in less than three weeks. That means now is the busy season for Runbeck Election Services which prints all of the ballots used in Maricopa and Pima Counties.
While Slide Rock State Park has remained open, despite the wildfire that charred more than 21,000 acres north of Sedona, access to the creek and its popular slickrock slides has been banned, because of concerns about contamination and flooding.