Aetna is the nation's third-largest health insurer and announced Tuesday it would exit public exchanges in all but four states. This leaves Pinal County without a company offering marketplace health insurance plans next year.
An instrument being built for Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tucson will allow a look back in time — and that will enhance concepts developed by Albert Einstein about how dark energy is driving expansion of the universe.
Cities across the country, and around the world, are trying to make better use of their alleys, and turn them into urban hotspots. And, in Phoenix, where some people see fear and darkness, others see possibility.
Yelp has had to deal with some reviews that weren’t written just for informational purposes. Yelp this year announced some companies, including a few in Arizona, have been offering incentives to reviewers – that’s a no-no, and Yelp is trying to get the word out about this.
Last week, monsoon storms dumped more than 2 inches of rain on some parts of Tucson in just one day. Sure, it's usually rainy during monsoon season, but what about the rest of the year? How much rain does Tucson get annually?
Google and General Motors are conducting tests of driverless cars in Arizona. And it turns out that there apparently are no laws which would prohibit manufacturers from marketing them today to consumers. Nor are there specific rules about how they should be operated.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio told a group of Spanish speaking community members that the Latino immigrant community should not to be afraid to report crimes to his agency due to fear of deportation.
It's one thing to say, “Walk a mile in my shoes!” When you’ve got shoes and can walk and run, the challenge is relatively easy to accept. But what if the invitation comes from a passenger in a wheelchair? Or a wounded veteran? What do you say then to such an appeal?
The shortage of federal funding for upgrades and additional staff at America's ports of entry has opened the door to creative solutions, including partnerships with private companies eager to move international commerce faster and more efficiently.
Federal funds for highway projects are much harder to come by and the price of gas has leveled off or even dropped in many areas of the country, so gas taxes aren’t producing as much money. That’s led to a number of states wondering where to turn for funding to fix roads and maintain related infrastructure.
Here’s something you may not know: those digital billboard messages like “minutes to tunnel” travel times are determined through the Arizona Department of Transportation’s system of sensors in the pavement of Phoenix-area freeways.
Smartphones are such a part of our everyday lives, it’s rare that many of us are ever without them. But, what does that mean for classrooms? Not all that surprisingly, the way that college students approach smartphones in the classroom and the way that professors view them isn’t always in sync.