Arizona residents will soon have more access to the opiate overdose reversal drug known as Naloxone. CVS Pharmacy is expected to announce the medication will be now available without a prescription in all 195 of its stores in the state. CVS joins Walgreens, which made a similar move in its Arizona stores back in January.
Police have accused Aaron Saucedo of being the "Serial Street Shooter," but prosecutors have not filed charges against him. Prosecutors don’t have to rush because Saucedo is already in custody for a separate murder, said Scott Halverson, a trial attorney who is not involved in the case.
While the president is overseas this week, Arizona’s congressional contingent is reacting to the latest news from Washington, D.C., surrounding investigations of the Trump administration’s ties
Arizona Theatre Company, the state’s high-profile professional troupe, has produced much-acclaimed work for decades. Now a nationwide search has yielded David Ira Goldstein’s successor. David Ivers comes from Utah, where he’s been serving as artistic director of the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
National parks are a popular summer vacation destination. But not all visits are about seeing natural beauty. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have looked at the rates of suicide in national parks.
Researchers at University of Arizona recently looked at why children growing up on the Mexican side of the border in southern Arizona, and children growing up just a few miles away on the U.S. side may have different chances of becoming asthmatic.
A recent 12 News investigation uncovered a concerning pattern at our state’s Department of Public Safety crime lab: A forensic scientist intentionally hid her backlog of cases for years, failing to test DNA evidence in dozens of cases and keeping evidence from those cases in her possession.
Americans have a growing number of media choices, and that has splintered where we get our news. We spoke with Noah Rothman, associate editor for Commentary magazine, about whether the actual news is the same regardless of what network you pay attention to — and the opinions are where the differences come in.
Mexico is considered the most dangerous country in the world for journalists. We checked in with the Editorial Board at The Arizona Republic to talk more about the issue and what the U.S. could be doing to help. We spoke with Phil Boas, director of the Republic’s Editorial Department.
West Valley officials are continuing their efforts to recruit businesses to the area. But it’s not just an economic development issue — they say it’s also a quality-of-life one. With me to talk about this is Sintra Hoffman, WESTMARC’s president and CEO.
President Trump is on his first foreign trip as president. That’s just one of the big international stories playing out this week. With me to walk through some of the biggest is the BBC’s Rob Hugh-Jones.