Last week, the team unveiled details about its proposed 21,000-seat stadium. Phoenix Rising was not selected to join Major League Soccer during its most recent expansion, but the league has said it may announce another expansion city or two by the end of this year. Here to talk about the club’s prospects to take that step is one of Phoenix Rising’s owners, Tim Riester.
The alleged package bomber in Austin, Texas — Mark Anthony Conditt — detonated a final bomb earlier this week as authorities narrowed their search down to him. Conditt’s initial attack was carried out when he left a bomb outside a residence, but at least one involved a drop-off he made at a FedEx office.
The former president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, is known for being a strong supporter of marijuana, both medical and recreational. He spoke at an Arizona Marijuana Industry Trade Association event in Phoenix on the future of cannabis trade between Arizona and Mexico and how it can benefit both of our economies.
Aerospace and defense company Orbital ATK is expanding its Chandler-based launch vehicles division. Orbital will establish the 47-acre campus on Willis Road in Chandler’s Price Corridor, a stone’s throw from the company’s existing campus, which employs nearly 1,600 people.
Have you ever wondered why when you are around happy people, you feel happier, and when you're around sad people you feel a little sadder? Emotions can be contagious, just like the flu. However, recent studies show that the way we emit and convey emotion is more complex than we might think.
Proposition 301 is set to expire in a few years, and there had been a lot of discussion about how to make sure the roughly $600 million the tax brings in for education every year didn’t go away. But, some public education advocates are still nervous about the future.
With National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster on the outs, President Trump has picked John Bolton as his replacement. Zack Beauchamp, senior reporter at Vox, reviews Bolton's credentials and previews an administration guided by his outlook.
The U.S. Border Patrol is hiring. And it needs to fill jobs quickly. Recruiters are traveling all around the country, trying to convince people to come and apply. But among the challenges presented, the agency is learning that people just don’t want to work in Arizona. So it’s trying to make this state more appealing.
The Arizona Legislature on Thursday overwhelmingly passed legislation extending a sales tax that provides more than $500 million a year for K-12 education, an unexpected move that averts a looming "fiscal cliff" that threatened more than 10 percent of the state's school funding.