Tuesday’s storms caused major flooding in many parts of the Phoenix metro. That was evident when part of the I-17 at Indian School was shut down for several hours after three inches of rain fell in the area in less than a half-hour.
Part 1 of a series on Mexican baseball. The passion for America's pastime runs hot south of the border but the game is still struggling to become profitable...especially as it competes with soccer for fans.
At 80.3 degrees, Arizona’s average temperature in June was warmest on record for the month, far exceeding the 74.4 average recorded in the 20th Century, according to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Arizona Dental Association has joined forces with the American Dental Association in hopes of putting off a new federal rule that requires translations services for patients who are not English language proficient.
Nationwide, police departments are not doing a good enough job of protecting civil rights, as they relate to body cameras.That’s the analysis from a new scorecard released today by the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights – a coalition of more than 200 civil rights groups.
A new law set to take effect this Saturday allows the head of the state's Medicaid program to cut off family planning dollars unless providers like Planned Parenthood prove to his satisfaction that absolutely no taxpayer dollars fund abortion services.