Axon Citizen will allow people to upload photos or videos, and police departments to call for evidence for crimes under investigation. Here to talk about it is Kevin Robinson, who spent more than 35 years with the Phoenix Police Department and is now a lecturer in the Criminal Justice Program at ASU.
The so-called Zinke Plan for U.S. public lands has wiped out any mentions of climate change and will speed up permitting for oil and gas drilling permits. Here to talk about the new information is Adam Federman, a reporting fellow with the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute.
Whitefish Energy was granted a $300 million contract to help restore Puerto Rico's power infrastructure. Questions were immediately raised about the small company, which was from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's hometown, and the Whitefish's contract with the island was cancelled this weekend. Two million people are still without electricity in Puerto Rico.
A tribal court has cleared the way for gay couples to marry on an American Indian reservation in the Phoenix area after a two-year legal battle that could have repercussions for Native Americans elsewhere.
When someone’s battling addiction, the decision to get sober can hinge on whether there’s treatment available in that very moment. A new Valley clinic is the first opioid treatment program in the country open 24/7. It's already changing lives.
Mining is one of the top industries in Mexico and Arizona. But some Arizona companies are looking for new opportunities outside the state. On the other side of the border, mining safety and security are becoming more relevant than ever.
Phoenix recently surpassed Philadelphia to become the nation’s 5th largest city. Last year alone economic growth in the metro area grew by $5.2 billion. Downtown Phoenix has exploded with development and rising housing costs are reshaping neighborhoods all around it. So, how is this shifting landscape changing the face of the Valley today?
When it comes to retiring, Minnesota looks pretty good. According to a Minnesota Public Radio report, Minnesotans are retiring around age 60. That's because many of state’s older adults are more financially secure than those in Arizona.