The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival is celebrating its 20th year. It starts on Sunday. This year, organizers are touting a trio of Holocaust-related movies that are appropriate for younger viewers.
Three years ago Monday, a meteor exploded about 16 miles above the Siberian city of Chelyabinsk, injuring more than 1,000 people. Since then, researchers have been working to learn more about that rock.
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting did a deep dive into the state’s enrollment data and found white — and especially Asian — students attend charter schools at higher rates than Hispanics, even though they now make up the greatest portion of Arizona’s school age population.
Last summer, we visited a North Phoenix RV Park where residents complained of a smell from a recycling plant so caustic it was affecting their health and well being. Even though the plant has stopped operations, many say they still haven't gotten relief.
Customers with the Salt River Project are getting more of their power from the sun. One of the largest solar plants in central Arizona just turned on as part of a push by state utilities to use renewable energy.
Glendale police believe two fifteen year old girls died in a murder-suicide at Independence High School Friday morning. Authorities have identified them as 10th graders, but will not release their names.
The emotion felt from the loss of a loved one or stress caused from a traumatic event can take a toll on heart tissue. Now, Arizona researchers have uncovered specific genes that may make some more susceptible to a broken heart.