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Clay, panning
Clay has long been thought to contain medicinal properties. But new research suggests particular types of clay containing certain elements may directly kill harmful bacteria.
Jan. 11, 2016
Bus Strike
Contract negotiations continue Monday as a bus strike in Phoenix moves into its 4th day. Officials with Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1433 and transit company Transdev met Sunday evening to begin negotiating.
Jan. 11, 2016
The list is not surprising: more money for K-12 education, restoring spending cuts to universities, better oversight of the Department of Child Safety and prison reform.
Jan. 11, 2016
Industry Armament pledged to clear back orders, invest in new equipment and expand the production facility currently used by Scottsdale-based Predator Tactical.
Jan. 11, 2016
The state treasury is flush with a $325 million surplus, and Ducey will face pressure to restore funding to universities, K­12 education, county and city funding and social services cut during the Great Recession.
Jan. 11, 2016
ASU engineering symposium
Arizona is recognized as a leader in educational opportunities for science, technology, engineering and math. But the state consistently ranks near the bottom for how it prepares its students. This has leaders worried recent STEM investments may be squandered.
Jan. 11, 2016
The recent rain has pushed back harvesting and could damage certain crops, but would provide more grasses for cattle.
Jan. 11, 2016
Some election stakeholders are concerned the process of redrafting the state's campaign finance laws could open the door to relaxing certain disclosure rules.
Jan. 11, 2016
solar panels on a roof
Some of the country’s major solar companies are leaving Nevada after a controversial rate hike was approved for the state’s largest utility.
Jan. 11, 2016
On the field
With more than a dozen ways for fans to watch Alabama take on Clemson, the Megacast operation lives up to its name.
Jan. 11, 2016
school classroom
It’s not unusual for Arizona’s business community to keep close tabs on what’s happening at the state Capitol, but they’ll be especially focused on public education during the new legislative session.
Jan. 11, 2016
Arizona is the only state in the country that isn’t operating a Children’s Health Insurance Program. One state lawmaker plans to change that.
Jan. 8, 2016
A Tucson musician has written new music for songs thousands of years old.
Jan. 8, 2016
Alabama fans
Southerners by the tens of thousands have converged upon the Valley for college football’s national title.
Jan. 8, 2016
Bordertown
The issues of immigration and border security don’t usually lead to comfortable conversations and hearty laughter.
Jan. 8, 2016
Mountain Vault
The Mountain Vault is a storage facility that’s been warehousing computer data since the 1980s.
Jan. 8, 2016
dog hiking
If you’re a jogger or hiker and you have a dog, you probably like to take the pooch along.
Jan. 8, 2016
Arizona flag
When we think of American Indian communities in Arizona, one that doesn’t often come to mind is the Aztecs.
Jan. 8, 2016
Albert Rios
Friday marks the fifth anniversary of the Tucson shootings that killed six people and wounded 13, including former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords.
Jan. 8, 2016
Handgun
Among the executive orders on guns President Barack Obama signed this week were ones to finalize mental health parity regulations and hold a national dialogue on mental health.
Jan. 8, 2016

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