Two dogs were roughhousing in a sunny backyard in Queen Creek. On the patio, a man was helping his son pump up his bike tires. It was one of those totally ordinary family moments. But for Daniel Harrott, who lived most of his life as a woman, just everyday existence as a man is alchemy.
After a 2015 rainstorm, bait shop owner Kenny Condrey went to check on some river-fed ponds near his Eastern Colorado home. What he found confirmed his fears. Dead fish lined the banks and floated on the water.
3-D printing has provided experts and the general public the opportunity to bring unexpected items to life in their own homes or garages, including musical instruments and works of art. But what about weapons? With me to talk about that and other tech advances is Andrew Maynard, director of ASU’s Risk Innovation Lab.
Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board of The Arizona Republic. Arizona Republican Trent Franks is the latest in a line of congressional members who have decided to leave office in the wake of sexual harassment accusations and allegations.
The variety of restaurants in the Phoenix area continues to grow, and authenticity is a prime goal for many of them. Dominic Armato covers the restaurant scene here for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.
Wildfires in and around Los Angeles continue to burn — together the fires are collectively burning an area larger than New York City and Boston combined. Joining us now with an update is Lance Orozco, news director at KCLU in Thousand Oaks, California, in Ventura County.
During rush hour this morning a homemade bomb went off at the New York Port Authority bus terminal in Midtown, New York City. NPR’s Amita Kelly is in New York City and is reporting on what we know so far about the attack and the suspect.
The American West is known for its wide open spaces. Those open spaces can make for some pretty epic road trips, unless, that is, you have an electric vehicle and you’re stuck hours away from a charge.
Art is being used to help people with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias decrease stress, even communicate. And around the Valley, organizations, including Scottsdale Arts, are creating programs to help improve quality of life.