Through a grant from NASA as well as economic incentives from Pima County and the state of Arizona, Tucson-based Vector Space Systems is planning to build 100 rockets a year dedicated to microsatellites.
A new survey released by the University of Phoenix finds many people are willing to overlook cybersecurity risks for the sake of convenience. Sixty percent of respondents who use unsecure, open Wi-Fi networks say they don’t trust the networks’ security to protect their personal information, but admit the convenience outweighs the risks.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments Dec. 15 in two cases involving uranium mining near Grand Canyon National Park. In 2012 the Interior Secretary banned all new mining claims on a million acres surrounding the park for 20 years.
A lawsuit challenging the new voter approved law raising the state minimum wage is set for its first hearing Friday. Opponents of the law say Proposition 206 saddles the state with new costs without identifying a funding source.
It takes 270 Electoral College votes to elect a president. Eleven of those votes come from Arizona. And for more than a month, members of the Electorate have been hounded to cast their ballot for anyone but President-elect Donald Trump.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio has closed what was perhaps his most infamous investigation. Citing two separate forensic examiners, Arpaio and his chief investigator Mike Zullo allege President Obama's birth certificate is fake.
President-elect Donald Trump appears to have fossil fuels on his mind as he makes his Cabinet picks. But in red, sunny states, conservatives say renewables like rooftop solar also fit into the conservative agenda.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s Classrooms First Initiative Council closed up shop this week by calling for teachers in Arizona to make more money and a school-funding system that is more “predictable and equitable.”