Demographics are shifting — we hear about this a lot as it relates to social trends or politics, but what about religion? A new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute in D.C. finds changes here as well.
The start of another school year means a whole new batch of students for educators to teach, but also, to watch out for. Teachers and staff are looking for signs that a student is stressed and has hit their limit, before something bad happens.
The state Republican Party has a new state director. Alex Melendez is a joint hire with the Arizona GOP and Republican National Committee, and has worked for a number of candidates, including Mitt Romney and Rick Scott. With me to talk about the new hire and other issues is Jonathan Lines, chairman of the Arizona Republican Party.
The need to increase cybersecurity has heightened in recent days — from the espionage level of Russia allegedly getting involved with U.S. elections to the impact on consumers of the Equifax data breach. That one could affect more than 140 million Americans. On Saturday in Prescott, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is hosting a Cybersecurity Symposium.
Deal or no deal, the fact remains that DACA is set to be rescinded in just a few months. And if that happens, there are many voices in the business community who are warning that effects will be felt far and wide.
The news out of the White House Thursday morning was almost Shakespearean: is DACA to be or not to be? Associated Press Reporter Jill Colvin and her colleague Erica Werner broke the news that Trump had agreed with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to “enshrine” the protections of DACA and "the wall would not be any part of this agreement.”
Five percent of the land area in the U.S. has a direct effect on 60 percent of the country’s rivers and streams. And while metro areas are at the root of that, the impacts are not due to those cities’ residents but rather their infrastructure.
Wildfires that are blackening the American West in one of the nation's worst fire seasons have ignited calls, including from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, to thin forests that have become so choked with trees that they are at "powder keg levels."
The city of Tucson has agreed to pay the Arizona Attorney General's Office $100,000 to cover the state's costs of prosecuting a case where it alleged the city was likely violating state law by destroying seized firearms.
The U.S. grows lemons in California, Arizona, Florida and Texas. But they are not all used for the same purpose. After hurricanes Harvey and Irma, harvests in Texas and Florida are threatened and supply is needed from elsewhere.