For stroke survivors, brain injury doesn't always stop when the stroke has passed. Now, researchers at University of Arizona and Stanford University School of Medicine have moved one step closer to understanding why.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow spoke to the National Governors Association on Sunday in Washington, D.C. He discussed innovating higher education and affordable-tuition options for students.
The Arizona House and Senate this week both passed a provision that would make Cochise and Yuma Counties revisit water rules for subdivisions. Right now, those counties require a new subdivision to have an adequate water supply. The bills would force the counties to regularly re-affirm that rule by a unanimous vote.
It’s nothing new for invasive fish species to be found in bodies of water across Arizona. But there’s a particularly odd looking kind with human-like teeth — known as Pacu — that is generating a lot of headlines and questions.
It's time for our Friday NewsCap. Joining us to talk about guns on campus and the latest developments in the 8th Congressional District race are Jaime Molera of Molera Alvarez — he is also Arizona’s former superintendent of Public Instruction — and attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera.
A new report from a group called Child Trends finds Arizona is one of five states in which as many as one in seven kids had experienced three or more adverse childhood experiences. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has been studying these experiences, and she joins The Show's Mark Brodie to talk about her findings.