The U.S. Justice Department arrested a University of Arizona assistant basketball coach Tuesday. Emanuel “Book” Richardson is one of four assistant coaches across the country who face corruption charges.
President Trump’s vision of a border wall began to take shape yesterday. Contractors trying to win the bid for the final product started building their prototypes in San Diego. According to Customs and Border Protection, the prototypes will be finished within 30 days. Lawsuits are in progress, including one by California’s Attorney General. He’s saying the construction would breach environmental laws.
One of the prime attendees at yesterday’s Arizona Teachers Academy announcement was a person who will likely be vital in how it’s put into effect and expanded over the next few years — Arizona Board of Regents President Eileen Klein.
“Hey, you know, you’re really good at that.” That feels good to hear, doesn’t it? Praise always feels good to hear, but not all praise motivates us to try new things, challenge ourselves or deal with failure.
Mexico’s capital has legalized gay marriage and promotes tolerance, but homophobic jokes and slurs still prevail. So what do you do when the situation plays against you — and within your closest circle?
The Arizona Legislature just passed a law to make it easier for someone with experience but no certificate to become a teacher. More than half of those filling open teacher positions this year did not have standard certification.
The USDA surveyed over 2 million farms in 2016. Arizona is home to 19,600 of them. This week, Congress is set to roll out a framework for changes to the tax code affecting farmers and ranchers nationwide.
Tempe wants to help the city’s homeless by giving them a job, a place to live and social services for six months. The proposed pilot program, Tempe Works, would hire two homeless individuals to work part time in the Public Works Department.