architect Paolo Soleri has died at the age of 93.
Paolo Soleri was a famed architect, most well-known around Phoenix for his design of Arcosanti, the experimental community.(Photo courtesy of Arcosanti)
A student of
Frank Lloyd Wright, Soleri was born in Turin, Italy, in 1919, but was most
well-known in Arizona as the designer of the experimental community Arcosanti.
Game and Fish is reminding people that it is illegal in many areas to feed javelina and other wildlife. Spokesman
Mark Hart says the Department has had to send warning letters to nine
households in the Tucson area in the last month.
A grocery chain with outlets in Arizona says it will start requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods in its stores. Whole Foods is the first major retailer in the country to announce the change, but it won’t take effect until 2018.
Glendale man learned about the hazards of trying to remove bees from his home
without experience. He and members of his family and their pets were stung
several times, according to Glendale Fire Department spokesman Michael Young.
lawmakers voted Monday to scrap an old definition in the law books that said
people with mental illness were idiots. It existed despite the fact that most references in the statutes have
been updated to be legally and medically correct.
Senate-passed bill that authorizes the use of gold and silver coins as legal
tender has won the approval of the Arizona House. Flagstaff Republican Bob
Thorpe says gold and silver coins would not be assigned a monetary value.
The Sky Train is now open. The automated, free airport transportation system is running through Sky Harbor International Airport from Terminal 4 to the Metro Light Rail stop.
The Sky Train takes travelers from Terminal 4 to the East Economy Parking lot and to the 44th Street and Washington Light Rail train.
Join KJZZ, The Takeaway and Oregon Public Broadcasting for Can We Talk About Guns?-- a discussion about gun culture and how our personal experiences shape our views of guns on Thursday, April 11 at 10 a.
An Army veteran from Arizona will remain in jail until he's tried for working with terrorists in Syria.Eric Harroun, 30, of Phoenix, faces life imprisonment for charges of using a weapon of mass destruction outside the U.
Some Arizona County Health Departments are dealing with the national shortage
of a common drug used to test patients for Tuberculosis.
with Tubersol, a solution that is shot under the skin, will be temporarily
suspended by the Pima and Yuma County Health Departments until supplies are
Some call it a national crisis, and studies show that Hispanic and African-American males are more likely to
drop out of school than other students.
Martine Garcia is the president of the Chandler-Gilbert Community College Minority Male Initiative Group.
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Arizona Senator John McCain says the 'Gang of Eight'
is continuing to work on an immigration reform bill. And he told interviewers
on CBS' Face the Nation what he expects will be in it.
“We need to have a path to citizenship and we need to
have secure borders, and we also have to address the issue of 40 percent of the
people who came here illegally, they didn’t cross our borders; they came here
on a visa and overstayed their visa,” McCain said.
A new report says voluntary programs to keep mercury
thermostats out of the trash in Arizona, and across the country, are failing. Michael Bender of the
Mercury Policy Project says the programs, run by manufacturers, have captured
just a small portion of the thermostats that have come out of service in the
last ten years.
Senator John McCain says the saber-rattling coming out
of North Korea could be a problem. McCain told interviewers on CBS' Face the
Nation on Sunday, China could help stop North Korea.
“China does hold the key to this problem,” McCain
We are pleased to share the voices and conversations of our community from StoryCorps Phoenix. StoryCorp Phoenix is the project that
records the stories of everyday people and archives them at the Library of Congress.
The new Sky Train begins operating Monday at Sky Harbor
Airport and will make it
easier for travelers to get around. New Sky Train at Sky Harbor Airport. (Photo courtesy of City of Phoenix Department of Aviation)The
Sky Train, an automated, free airport transportation system, will run from
Terminal 4 to the Metro Light Rail on 44th and Washington streets.
Childrens' lives can be changed by their favorite writers or teachers. But this teacher found it to be the other way around. Rob Buyea dedicates one of his books to his former elementary school students.