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What if scientists could better predict when a volcano might erupt? Work being done by researchers at ASU could lead to that — they’re tracking the heating history of magma, the molten rock inside the earth. What they’ve found was published in the journal Science earlier this month.
For centuries the Navajo herded sheep all across the rolling hills and mesas that make up the vast reservation. Over the last three decades, many of those sheep have grazed on abandoned uranium mines that are still toxic today. Researchers are now investigating whether this Navajo staple is killing people. Part two of the series Fry Bread Nation.
It will be a busy week in international news as the Indian Prime Minister visits the White House today, and the military offensive continues in Mosul to retake control of that Iraqi city from I-S rebels.
It was a busy week for the Arizona Coyotes last week. After Andrew Barroway bought out the minority owners in the team earlier in the month, the Coyotes traded away their top goalie, Mike Smith; told their captain, Shane Doan, that he would not be offered a contract and parted ways with their coach, Dave Tippett.
But a new report from the Rural School and Community Trust shows that when it comes to rural schools in Arizona, there are many challenges. I spoke with Don German more about the results of this report. He’s the executive director of the Arizona Rural Schools Association
Our state’s schools have faced a severe teacher shortage for years now. So to fill classrooms, some schools in our state are turning to teachers who do not have full qualifications. Ricardo Cano with The Arizona Republic did an analysis of 162 school districts in the state and found that 22 percent of teachers lacked full qualifications.
The novel "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus" is turning 200 years old in 2018. The novel and its themes have continued their deep hold on writers and readers alike. Now a new annotated version of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein explores questions of science, engineering and philosophy.
Maybe you’ve tried them — Blue Apron or HelloFresh, services that, for a monthly fee, deliver all the ingredients plus a recipe you need for a gourmet dinner right at home. That right there is one reason to skip dinner out a restaurant.
The Senate is expected to vote on its health-care bill this week, before the July 4 recess. And, that has a number of organizations and people, including some senators, worried about the timing, and whether the process will be rushed.
State officials have released the first set of weekly data on the opioid epidemic in Arizona. Medical officials reported 191 suspected opiod overdoses last week that led to 15 fatalities throughout the state.
The U.S. Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General for more information Monday regarding Arizona’s attempt to deny driver’s licenses to immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
It may be well into summer break, but for some teachers in the valley, it’s still time for class. A new, experimental class is trying to teach teachers how to make science and math lessons more accessible to Arizona’s English language learners.
Last week’s scorching temperatures made national and international news. The heat wave also meant you probably received texts and phone calls from people wanting to make sure you were ok. And you probably weren't the only one.