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After a four-day workers strike, a German-owned manufacturing company in Hermosillo, Sonora, conceded to union demands, including removing a manager accused of abuses toward workers, providing free meals and building new shade structures.
Aug. 13, 2018
In special circumstances, Arizona public school districts pay for special education students to attend private schools, a situation called a "private day placement."
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Aug. 13, 2018
As Valley residents pick up storm debris, in a lot of cases, the trees that are discarded go to the landfill. But now, the City of Phoenix has a way to divert palm tree fronds.
Aug. 13, 2018
After more than a year of anxiety, residents of New River and Desert Hills north of Phoenix now have a place to fill up their water. A new tap opened late last month that serves water haulers who in turn serve New River and Desert Hills customers.
Aug. 13, 2018
A New York based investment firm recently bought half a dozen apartment complexes across the Phoenix Valley.
Aug. 13, 2018
Thousands of people have disappeared in Mexico as a result of crime-related violence. But an artist is trying to help a group on the search with an app.
Aug. 13, 2018
At least 23 thousand Mohave Electric Cooperative customers lost power this weekend in Bullhead City, Mohave Valley and the surrounding areas. Recent storms caused damage to a transformer, leaving many Mohave Electric Cooperative customers without air conditioning.
Aug. 12, 2018
Facial recognition technology has been appearing more throughout our society, most notably on the iPhone X. But now this type of technology can help find your lost pet.
Aug. 12, 2018
A professor at the University of Arizona has received a $1.5 million grant to study a problem known as "alert fatigue."
Aug. 11, 2018
The Perseid meteor shower is expected to peak this weekend and should be visible over Arizona. Marvin Percha is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Phoenix.
Aug. 11, 2018
Attorneys for a Democratic activist say there is a legal and constitutional right for her to deliver someone else's ballot to a polling place in lieu of using the U.S. Postal Service to do so on election day.
Aug. 11, 2018
Monsoon thunderstorms in the Valley Friday evening caused caused a power outage at Talking Stick Resort and Casino. Several guests were awakened just after 2:30 in the morning Saturday and told to evacuate.
Aug. 11, 2018
Researchers used data to see if middle school popularity would lead to later success and found it was good to be well-liked, but not “popular.”
Aug. 11, 2018
A new Navajo language children's television show is not just trying to entertain kids, it’s trying to teach a language that’s in danger of dying out.
Aug. 10, 2018
A couple living in Tucson has been accused of lying to the U.S. government in order to gain refugee status and get green cards.
Aug. 10, 2018
Oral arguments were made Friday in Maricopa County Superior Court by lawyers on behalf of a state lawmaker seeking an injunction to prevent the Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona initiative from appearing on the ballot this fall. Arguments against the measure center on satisfying strict compliance standards for ballot initiatives.
Aug. 10, 2018
A Tucson power plant will replace two coal-fired generators with ten natural-gas engines.
Aug. 10, 2018
A Fortune 500 company has opened its latest regional center in Mesa.
Aug. 10, 2018
Since the shooting earlier this year in Parkland, Florida, we’ve heard a lot from some of the students who survived after they created the group March for our Lives. Michele De Groote, co-founder of March For Our Rights, offers a different perspective.
Aug. 10, 2018
What will your neighborhood look like in 100 years? When you live in the desert, this question is less whimsical and more about simple practicalities.
Aug. 10, 2018

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