Despite President Trump’s efforts to bring back coal, a coal fired power plant and coal mine on the Navajo Nation face closures. Hundreds of Navajo people who have worked in the coal industry for generations are worried about their futures.
While business leaders in Arizona say the K-12 public school system isn’t necessarily a selling point for Arizona when wooing new businesses to the state, officials are hoping a new partnership could make Arizona’s community colleges catch the eye of prospective companies.
An Arizona tribe is suing the largest supplier of water in the state. The Ak-Chin Community says the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, which delivers water from Lake Mead, is planning to shortchange them.
It turns out that Austen's devoted base of followers is expanding. In a recent article published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Professor Nicole Wright documents the expanding alt-right, or white nationalist, segment of Janeites.
The annual NFL owners meetings are underway in Phoenix at the Arizona Biltmore. As the league continues to adjust rules to protect players from brain trauma, they are focusing on improving the helmet as a means to lower concussion rates.
Sunday marks the two-year anniversary of Saudi Arabia’s engagement inside Yemen. The U.S. is also involved there. It’s been conducting airstrikes as it tries to go after Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.
A midcentury Phoenix building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Executive Towers, a condo building at Third and Clarendon avenues, was built in the early '60s by noted Valley architect Al Beadle.
A quarter of Americans call themselves coffee snobs, according Modern Restaurant Management's March report. The report said industry growth is in the high-end products called "third wave," where an intense focus is paid to how beans are sourced and roasted.