The Tempe Public Library is launching a new program that it hopes will bring more books into the community. Using a modified bicycle, the Tempe Book Bike will cruise around the city carrying donated books, which can be checked out.
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that registered sex offenders who are homeless cannot be jailed for failing to immediately report their new address to law enforcement. The ruling overturns one man’s seven-year prison sentence.
Thirty-eight percent of National Park Service employees experienced harassment or discrimination on the job over the last year preceding an agency-wide survey, according to results released Oct. 13 at the Grand Canyon.
A historic Phoenix building will have its grand re-opening Saturday in a new form. The Phoenix Indian School Visitors Center, housed in the former Phoenix Indian School, will include an event room, classroom and exhibit space, among other amenities.
The Trump administration has decided to pull the U.S. out of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Joining me with more details is Matthew Lee, diplomatic writer for the Associated Press.
Physicians and researchers have been trying to defeat TB for centuries. And new research from TGen suggests there’s promise in preventing patients from developing a resistance to tuberculosis drugs. With me to explain is Dr. David Engelthaler, co-director of TGen’s Pathogen Genomics Division.
This week, the city of Phoenix installed its first protected bike lanes. You’ll find them on a stretch of 15th Avenue, between Van Buren and Jefferson streets. The lanes on 15th Avenue include plastic posts in between the bike lane and the car lane. These signal the divide more clearly to drivers.