Among many potential titles, Valley creative Leah Marche, who is a stage poet and storyteller, is a self-described arts entrepreneur. "I want to do it myself. I want to own my own business. I want to be in control, run things," Marche said.
The Bureau of Reclamation is charged with managing water — an important job in Yuma, where irrigation is key to the area’s agriculture industry. The Bureau’s Yuma Office recently conducted surveys to better understand the region’s groundwater.
Seen as the broadest school choice initiative in the country — the Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that their state's voucher-style Education Savings Accounts program has an unconstitutional funding mechanism that should remain blocked.
Buying a home remains a challenge for many people, despite the Valley’s ranking as second best in a recent Bankrate.com study on the most affordable markets. That’s why a group gathered in Phoenix on Thursday to share ways to increase home ownership among low- to- moderate income families.
In his new book, Presuasion, Robert Cialdini, professor emeritus of psychology and marketing at ASU explores the methods of putting us in something like a comfort zone in the moments before we may purchase something or get to know someone else more deeply.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, along with the Attorneys General in Nevada, Texas and Oklahoma, have filed suit to try and stop the transfer of the agency in charge of coordinating internet addresses and names.