You can thank the San Francisco volcanic field north of Flagstaff for some of the area’s best-known natural attractions such as Humphrey's Peak or Sunset Crater. But nearby is another, far less famous geologic feature, whose full name we can’t even write out.
On Saturday attorneys for the state filed a notice of appeal in the Parsons vs. Ryan prison health care settlement, indicating they would challenge Magistrate Judge David Duncan’s contempt order, sanction and additional oversight measures.
The Chandler Police Department reminded motorists to focus on pedestrians and follow school zone and bus restrictions as Chandler Unified School District, one of the state's largest school districts, started its academic year Monday.
Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board of The Arizona Republic. It’s a regular segment where we talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Rosie Magaña, owner of Palabras Bilingual Bookstore, and Sandra Flores, owner of Azukar Coffee in south Phoenix, has just been named the Cox Latina Entrepreneur of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
About 180 miles south of San Diego, in the arid region of Baja California in an area called the San Quentin valley, there are seemingly endless fields full of strawberries. With an ongoing drought and climate change on the horizon, how will the industry sustain itself?
The City of Tempe will swear in its newest city council member, Jennifer Adams, on Thursday. Tempe Councilman David Schapira has stepped down to run for Arizona superintendent of public instruction, the top public schools job in the state.
Los Angles is in the throes of a homeless crisis, with nearly 40,000 people sleeping in the streets each night. But years of mounting public outcry and pressure have forced the local government to act.
Last year in Maricopa County, heat-related illnesses like stroke and heat exhaustion killed 115 people. Phoenix Fire Capt. Jake Van Hook explained what the city and the fire department are doing to get the word out about heat safety.
With concerns over Russian interference, Secretary of State Michele Reagan reassured that Arizonans' votes are secure because ballot information is never transmitted over the internet where hackers can intercept data.