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In 2015, the city of Phoenix approved Transportation 2050, a $31.5 billion, 35-year transportation bond dependent on a 0.7 percent sales tax running from 2016 through 2050. Now the first signs of improvement are being unveiled, and that includes a pub crawl this Friday night with VIPs like the mayor and vice cayor and City Council members.
The U.S. Green Building Council of Arizona last week handed out its annual awards for people behind LEED-certified buildings. Patti Mason is the Mountain West regional director for the U.S. Green Building Council.
Many would argue that film is a visual storytelling medium, but there’s a movement underway to make movies accessible to people who you might not expect to be in the audience — the blind. From WHYY's The Pulse, Paige Pfleger reports that we could be entering a golden age for audio narration.
One state representative from the town of Hereford, Arizona is blocking national and local efforts to honor the six who died in Tucson during an attempted assassination on Congresswoman Gabriel Giffords in 2011.
There are tens of thousands of domestically owned horses in Arizona. In 2001, there were more than 170,000, according to a study from the Arizona Horse Council. While most are loved, some are not so lucky.
Arizona will soon adopt a new system to determine how well their public schools are performing. State officials have been considering several A-F models over the last few months. The state board of education is expected to make their final decision on which one to use Monday morning.