The Trump administration’s reversal of a federal guidance related to transgender students using the restrooms of their choice has caused a national stir and concerns by transgender kids and their families.
The U.S. Secretaries of state and homeland security met with their Mexican counterparts during their first visit to that country on Thursday, seeking commonalities in what has become a tense relationship.
From Super Bowls to College National Championships, Arizona has hosted several mega football events. Next month, the Valley will tackle basketball when it hosts its first NCAA Men’s Final Four. While attracting new events is important to the tourism industry, legacy attractions remain just as relevant.
After suffering through a six-year drought, scientists say it appears Arizona is nearly flush with water. SRP hydrologist Stephen Flora says snow in the higher elevations has mostly melted — straight into our state reservoirs.
Arizona’s public schools are at the half-way point to approving a mandatory recess bill. The House proposal would require schools offer at least 50 minutes of recess throughout a regular day of school for children in first through fifth grades.
Does getting an MBA, a Master in Business Administration, ensure your career will succeed? The University of Arizona’s business school is answering that question by tailoring programs to working adults in Phoenix.
The U.S. has been fighting in Iraq since the original invasion of the country in 2003. One of the more successful periods of fighting there — though this doesn’t have universal agreement — was when the U.S. implemented what became known as the surge in 2007. Douglas Ollivant was an architect of that plan.
New Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was one of the more controversial Cabinet nominees by President Trump. We talked about DeVos and her potential impact on community colleges with Chancellor Maria Harper-Marinick of the Maricopa County Community College District.
The way we deal with immigrant detention has changed rapidly at the national and local level. KJZZ’s Jimmy Jenkins has been following the interaction between the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
On a party-line vote of 17-13, the state Senate has approved legislation that would expand Arizona’s racketeering laws to include rioting. We spoke with Republican Sen. John Kavanagh, a supporter of the legislation, and Democratic Sen. Katie Hobbs, who is opposed.