Sonora and Arizona governments have stepped up efforts to protect the delicate environmental balance of the border region. One area of mutual concern is the Santa Cruz river that runs in and out of both Mexico and the U.S.
Glendale police and firefighters had to find ways to cut corners without reducing services during the Great Recession. With the economy improving, a consulting company says it’s time to start rebuilding those departments.
KidsCare, Arizona’s Children’s Health Insurance Program, has been frozen since January 1, 2010. Monday, supporters gathered at the Capitol to rally together and urge lawmakers and Gov. Doug Ducey to lift the freeze.
Bee populations have taken a hit over the last decade and researchers have identified several culprits, one of which is a specific chemical widely used in lawn and garden care products. Now, a leading pesticide company has announced it’s dropping the chemical.
The Phoenix Suns are bringing their farm team closer to the Valley. The NBA franchise announced Tuesday that its Developmental League squad will call the town of Prescott Valley home starting next year.
A group of Mexican workers has signed an agreement with their former employer, the multi-national company Lexmark, ending a five month protest camp outside a factory in Ciudad Juárez that gained international attention.
Bee colony populations have dropped more than half during the last decade but are slowly making a comeback. While scientists are not exactly sure what is causing this decline, Arizona researchers are pushing the limits of baby bees to see if it makes them stronger adults.