The far-reaching economic effects of Harvey are still just beginning to emerge — from rising fuel prices at the pump to disruptions in our food supply. One industry that’s been immediately affected is the trucking industry.
How will we live in 20 years? Or 50? Or 100? A one-of-a-kind, only-in-LA plot at the very end of Mulholland Highway inspired some of the world's best designers to think hard about the home of the future, in Los Angeles and beyond.
At a disciplinary meeting Thursday morning, the Mesa City Council voted unanimously to remove Ryan Winkle from office. He was accused of violating the code of ethics and displaying conduct demonstrating a lack of fitness for office.
A federal judge has blocked part of a controversial immigration enforcement law in Texas, known as SB4. Joining me to talk about what will and will not be allowed to take effect Friday is Brandon Rottinghaus, a political science professor at the University of Houston.
As Arizona grapples with an opioid epidemic, a band of volunteers in Phoenix works under the radar to get those who are addicted clean syringes and medical care. They believe one of the biggest barriers to curbing the death toll is stigma and isolation.
An Arizona judge has slapped down efforts by Republican lawmakers to block local governments from requiring private employers to provide additional fringe benefits to workers beyond the minimum that’s required by state or federal law.
John McCain is heading back to work. The senator has been battling an aggressive type of brain tumor known as gliobastoma, which was discovered in July. He will be back in Washington next week when the Senate returns to works.
Arizona’s gas pumps may be a little pricier than usual this week, partly from storm damage in Texas. The devastating hurricane has forced 19 percent of oil refining capacity in the Gulf Coast offline, raising the average national price by more than 6 cents per gallon.
Exposure to environmental heat caused 37 work-related deaths and almost three thousand injuries in 2015. The new state data also show the hottest states are not home to the highest rate of heat deaths. For as hot as Arizona is, the state ranks fifth overall.