A large proportion of the human genome contains potentially dangerous DNA sequences called transposable elements, or transposons. Now, research from the University of Arizona has found flaws in the mechanisms that keep them in check.
Three days after the city of Phoenix began allowing electric scooters to operate downtown as part of a six-month pilot program, two of the three companies have removed all their scooters. As of Saturday afternoon, all Bird and Lime scooters have been collected from the streets.
The Arizona Department of Health Services is investigating a suspected salmonella outbreak at the state women’s prison. DHS says it is working with the Department of Corrections to investigate a suspected salmonella outbreak at the Perryville prison in Goodyear.
A water catchment located about 15 miles east of Flagstaff and used by wildlife has been contaminated with fuel. Arizona Game & Fish department spokesperson Nathan Gonzalez said the incident, which occurred around Sept. 15, was discovered by members of partner organizations who routinely check on water supplies.
A suspect wanted for human smuggling used an AK-47 to open fire on an elite team of federal agents as they tried to arrest him in April in the quiet suburb of Ahwatukee, according to a report by the Phoenix Police Department obtained through a public records request.
There is a significant lack of affordable housing in the Valley, but a new initiative is trying to tackle the problem, one donation at a time. Starting about a month ago, homebuyers have had the option of donating $25 when they close on their houses.
While Arizona’s other professional sports franchises have struggled, The Phoenix Rising is enjoying unprecedented success this season. The United Soccer League club has won 20 straight, the longest streak in the history of American pro soccer history, having not lost a match since May.
Nurses as Tucson’s St. Joseph’s and St. Mary’s hospitals began a 24-hour strike Friday morning. According to the National Nurses Organizing Committee, this marks the first time registered nurses have ever taken such action in Arizona.
Hundreds of people marched through downtown Phoenix to the state’s Capitol on Friday afternoon to demand action to mitigate climate change. “It’s really about revitalizing our community,” said Arizona Youth Climate Strike co-leader Aditi Narayanan, a senior at charter school Basis Phoenix.
The Indie 500, a marathon of a music festival, is one of those "wouldn’t it be funny" ideas that was actually carried out. The Indie 500 starts Friday afternoon at Trunk Space and ends Sunday morning at 2 a.m.
To talk about many things, including the Brush & Nib Arizona Supreme Court case and the eight people who are under consideration to be Maricopa County attorney, Julie Erfle, communications consultant at Erfle Uncuffed, and former state lawmaker Stan Barnes of Copper State Consulting, joined The Show.
A new deal on Mexican tomato imports puts an end to months of uncertainty. But not everyone is satisfied with the outcome. The Florida Tomato Exchange called the deal a “step in the right direction.” But the Nogales-based Fresh Produce Association of the Americas says it’s a “step backward.”
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says he's against discrimination of all forms. However, he is backing this week's Arizona Supreme Court ruling allowing a Phoenix calligraphy company to refuse making wedding invitations for a gay couple.
It was June 2018 when Arizona felt the initial blow of a recycling system breaking down. Recycling has become a national crisis and 18 months later, local governments are still on their own to navigate through it.