Technology helps us run our lives, do our jobs, get directions and keep track of our calendars. Right? Or, is technology taking control of our lives – stealing our time, and shattering our attention into a thousand pieces?
Scientists from the Audubon Society and the National Park Service teamed up on a report that was issued late last week. From an Arizona standpoint, the most vital focus was on bald eagles at the Grand Canyon.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey suspended Uber’s testing of autonomous cars in Arizona yesterday with a letter citing the company’s “unquestionable failure” to comply with Arizona’s safety expectations for the industry.
Only twice in Arizona Highways’ more than 100-year history has an entire issue of the magazine been dedicated to one person. This month’s edition is one of them. It’s dedicated to long-time contributing photographer Jerry Jacka.
President Trump recently mentioned that he wanted the U.S. to have its own “space force.” That particular phrasing caught a lot of people by surprise and made it seem extremely far-fetched. But members of the House have actually brought it up themselves.
Starting Monday, every public high school campus in Glendale has its own school resource officer. That means the five Glendale high schools that did not already have an officer now do. Here to talk more about the decision is Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps.
Nearly 40,000 people died in auto accidents in the U.S. in 2016, and the Uber accident has refocused the debate on how willing we are to rely on technology at the expense of human life. The Arizona Republic explored the subject in a recent editorial.