Listen to the sounds of Lucy Ross, president of Valley Of The Sun Koi Club, tending to the koi pond in her backyard.
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Pima County will soon have more resources to investigate unsolved sexual assault cases. A $2 million grant from the Department of Justice will be split between the Pima County Attorney’s Office, Tucson Police Department and the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.
“Often people might say you're like this special person and therefore you have special kids and I totally don't necessarily agree with that,” said Heather Joy Magdelano, the mother of two children with disabilities. “I believe that my kids have given me the opportunity to go deeper.”
Ballots were mailed to more than 1.8 million Maricopa County voters, who'll have a say on bonds and overrides in local elections. Unlike traditional primary and general elections, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes announced that the upcoming local elections are being held entirely by mail.
The National Park Service approved a plan Wednesday to protect endangered fish in the Colorado River below Glen Canyon Dam. It will encourage what it's calling "an incentivized harvest" of brown trout, a non-native predator whose population has grown too big.
Pedestrian deaths in the United States continue to rise. 2018 is predicted to have the largest number of pedestrian fatalities since 1990, according to a recent report from the Governors Highway Safety Association.
Tempe Center for the Arts is kicking off its 2019-2020 season with a play that is meant to challenge you. "Dutchman" was written at the height of the civil rights movement and shines a light on our country’s ongoing racial tensions.
Tangier Island is disappearing. The tiny community in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay is likely to be the first town that will be entirely lost to climate change as water levels rise and the island turns to marsh.
The phrase “civil rights” evokes so many elements of recent American history, and there has been a tendency to associate those protections to groups of people, rather than individuals. ASU Law Professor Zachary Kramer explores, however, how individuality could be at the core of civil rights.
Most of us know what we need to do to be healthy, even if we don't always do it. However, when a doctor prescribes a medication for what ails us, we might take it more seriously. What happens psychologically when a doctor prescribes a social activity to heal our ills?
Mexican authorities agreed to review the country's legal framework for ride-hailing services such as Uber, after taxi drivers in multiple cities on Monday blocked major avenues and access to the capital's international airport.