Long security lines at most major airports have left fliers bracing for the worst, especially with the upcoming holiday weekend. Checkpoints at Sky Harbor should be adequately staffed… at least that’s what TSA is saying.
The Phoenix Union High School District has two schools they call “small specialty schools.” Those are Bioscience High School and Franklin Police and Fire High School. And now they’re adding a third: Phoenix Coding Academy.
You’ve probably heard the term "gender pay gap," which is defined as the hourly wage difference between men and women. Now, a research firm has released data that shows a housing gender gap and single men in Arizona are cashing in on appreciation.
In general, prosecutors have a reputation of being hard-nosed and unyielding when it comes to being tough on crime. But being a city prosecutor is much different than working at the county, state or federal level.
Proposition 123 settles an ongoing lawsuit in which a judge found the state had illegally withheld money from schools meant to cover inflation costs. But, the state could be facing a new lawsuit over education funding.
The National Solar Observatory has moved its headquarters to Boulder, Colorado, from Tucson. The organization will abandon its solar telescopes here and in New Mexico for a larger instrument in Hawaii.
Arizona restaurant sales are projected to increase 6.6 percent this year, totaling $11.5 billion and tableside technology is helping to capture more of that money. In recognition of Arizona Restaurant Week, we’ve been taking a closer look at the industry, including where we’re most likely to get a side of tech with our meals.
Over two days last week, three Arizonans – a teacher, a former student and a immigration case worker – came to Washington to add their voices to the debate over Merrick Garland’s stalled Supreme Court nomination.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.