The trial of a Northern Arizona University student accused of shooting four fellow students has begun. In October 2015, authorities say Steven Jones shot and killed one of the students, and injured the others.
Responding to the House speaker’s pledge to involve them in the budget process, top Democrats in the Arizona Legislature say their spending priorities are still being largely ignored by Republicans at the State Capitol.
Last year, thousands of Valley businesses were sued by a controversial disability group over minor parking violations stemming from the Americans with Disabilities Act. Now, some business groups want to make sure businesses aren’t targeted again.
A lot of people don’t want to talk about sex. But the urge to have sex or be intimate with someone doesn’t go away with age, or even if that person develops dementia. It’s an issue many families face when confronted with such a diagnosis, but at one assisted living community in Phoenix, sex is just sex.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee questioned Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly. But it was U.S. Sen. John McCain that left the room speechless after his questioning.
Employee wellness programs can be a way to reduce monthly insurance payments or, potentially, earn extra incentives or bonuses from the business or company you work for. But House Resolution 1313, being considered by Congress, is causing some concerns about ethics and genetic screening as part of health-care plans.
The Arizona Board of Regents is scheduled to vote on tuition and fees for the upcoming school year at its meeting tomorrow in Tucson. To find out more about trends in university tuition across the country, I’m joined by higher education economist Sandy Baum. She’s a senior fellow at the Urban Institute.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments late last month in a case from Arizona, dealing with military pension benefits. With me to explain the case is Mark Sullivan. He practices Family Law in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is author of "The Military Divorce Handbook."
You can go to the gym and work out your quads, or your biceps, and isolate those muscle groups to focus improvement of those areas of function with work. So it's not too far of a stretch to assume if we exercise specific areas of our brains might we see improvement in functions as well, right? Unfortunately, it’s not quite so simple.
Scottsdale-based Taser International will now be known as Axon, after its line of body cameras. Axon spokesman Steve Tuttle says the new name reflects the company’s expansion into what it calls digital evidence management.
Before US Airways merged with American, US Airways was known as the Valley’s hometown airline. And even prior to that, the distinction went to America West Airlines. We spoke with America West’s founder Ed Beauvais about getting the airline off the ground and the current state of the industry.
On Tuesday, we learned that Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone has decided to remove one of the final remaining symbols of his predecessor, Joe Arpaio. Penzone announced he was closing Tent City Jail. KJZZ’s Jimmy Jenkins was there at the press conference on Tuesday and has been covering the new sheriff’s administration.
More than 140 million Americans were affected by the data breach at Equifax, and those affects could be long-lasting. What if firms like Equifax had to have insurance before collecting our personal data?