On Tuesday, the federal U.S. Court of Appeals overturned the firing of Arizona’s former VA Director Sharon Helman. The court sent the case back to the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board for review and “appropriate action.” Helman was fired from the VA in November 2014.
Arizona lawmakers are set to adjourn the legislative session with a vote that would extend the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. The legislation is a going home priority for Gov. Doug Ducey.
Maricopa County Community College District board members will soon be voting on whether to move forward with a "district transformation proposal." The board got its first look at the plan at a special hearing Tuesday night.
People who used to donate old TVs to non-profits and resale stores are getting a bad reception — no one wants electronics with cathode ray tubes, or CRTs. That’s what makes older TVs and computer monitors so much thicker and heavier than current models.
For parents who lose a child, the experience is difficult enough without health-care providers adding to their grief. But according to a new study from Dr. Joanne Cacciatore, a researcher with ASU’s School of Social Work, many families with children who are dying have negative experiences with their health-care providers.