In Arizona, more than 100,000 grandparents or other relatives are raising grandchildren. Drug addicted, mentally ill or incarcerated parents are among the top three reasons why. But many grandparents see this as a second chance.
Members of a caravan of Central American migrants that has prompted abrasive tweets from President Donald Trump may attempt to apply for asylum at the Nogales Port of Entry, an organizer said Wednesday.
Monarch butterfly populations are declining and the feds are evaluating whether the insects need some kind of federal protection. The U.S. Agriculture Department is also trying to help conserve the monarchs. Here to talk about all of this is Gail Morris, the coordinator of the Arizona-based Southwest Monarch Study.
A grassroots effort known as Upper West Side PHX has sprouted to let restaurateurs and developers know that their neighborhoods are growing and want healthier and more non-chain options. Its focus is on the northwest area of the Valley near Lake Pleasant.
Among many other provisions in the $1.3 billion spending bill signed by President Donald Trump is a fix to the so-called “grain glitch,” which was a problem some farm state lawmakers pointed out in the GOP tax bill signed late last year.
A new law signed Tuesday by Gov. Doug Ducey has the potential to upend any contractual agreements written between husbands and wives or domestic partners, and dictates who is allowed to keep frozen eggs after a breakup. But how does this law look to members of the medical community working in reproductive health?