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.
Fry bread is a Navajo staple and a source of pride, but it’s also a source of poor nutrition on a reservation labeled a food desert by the U.S. government. This is part one of the series Fry Bread Nation.
On the 45th anniversary of Title IX becoming law this week, a diversity institute released a study taking stock of ethnic diversity among college women’s team coaches. One Arizona college ranked high on the list.
A new analysis released by Arizona's Medicaid agency Friday concludes that the U.S. Senate proposal repealing much of former President Barack Obama's health-care law would cost the state at least $7.1 billion through 2026.
It’s time for our Friday NewsCap. Joining us are Joe Kanefield — a partner at the Phoenix law firm Ballard Spahr and also served as general counsel to then-Gov. Jan Brewer — and Chip Scutari, a co-founder of the PR firm Scutari and Cieslak.