Sheriff Joe Arpaio has closed what was perhaps his most infamous investigation. Citing two separate forensic examiners, Arpaio and his chief investigator Mike Zullo allege President Obama's birth certificate is fake.
President-elect Donald Trump appears to have fossil fuels on his mind as he makes his Cabinet picks. But in red, sunny states, conservatives say renewables like rooftop solar also fit into the conservative agenda.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s Classrooms First Initiative Council closed up shop this week by calling for teachers in Arizona to make more money and a school-funding system that is more “predictable and equitable.”
The National Retail Federation's annual consumer survey finds debit and credit cards are the most popular payment forms – with only one in five holiday shoppers planning to use cash. But, in some places dollars remain dominant.
Doctors are a few steps closer to finding treatment targets for Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, thanks to the first collaboration between Barrow Neurological Institute and IBM’s Jeopardy-winning supercomputer, Watson.
When Hilda Tresz was 17, she walked into the office of the director of the Budapest Zoo and demanded a job. Twenty seven years later, Hilda Tresz has expanded the lives of animals around the world, from Egypt to India, and back here at home at the Phoenix Zoo.
Forests in northern Arizona have a problem: massive piles of wood chips left behind from thinning projects. They can’t stay in the forest because of the fire danger and there’s no local market for them. But they have to go somewhere.