Opponents of Arizona's sweeping new school voucher law took a big step toward blocking it until voters can weigh in next year, after state officials determined that 97 percent of the 111,000 signatures collected by a grassroots group passed an initial certification.
If you’re looking for a spot downtown to watch Monday morning’s solar eclipse safely and with experts, the Phoenix Astronomical Society is teaming with the Arizona Science Center for viewings in Heritage Square.
Today’s the day when the moon will pass directly in front of the sun, casting a shadow across the United States. Here in Southern Arizona, the partial solar eclipse begins at 9:16 a.m. and will block about 60 percent of the sun.
The first round of renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ended last week in Washington, D.C., and Canada, Mexico and the United States committed to coming up with a revised treaty quickly.
Dr. Nichole Mahnert is a gynecological surgeon at Banner in Phoenix. She works with women who have problems of bleeding, fibroids or pain after a hysterectomy. Mahnert's study found one in 11 women return to the emergency room after surgery, complaining of pain and other symptoms.
Phoenix-based opioid drug-maker Insys Therapeutics, Inc. agreed Friday to pay $4.45 million to resolve a lawsuit by Illinois' attorney general. Insys is accused of deceptive marketing practices to sell its opioid-based cancer pain drug.
Last Monday, Allure Magazine’s editor in chief announced it will no longer use the term “anti-aging” in its magazine. It was a bold move for a magazine that since its beginning has been dedicated to beauty.
One of the largest Hispanic nonprofit groups in the country is mourning the loss of a founding member. Terri Cruz, often described as the ‘mother’ of Chicanos Por La Causa, died Thursday at the age of 89.