Arizona lawmakers may stop the state from moving ahead with national education standards known as Common Core. They’re debating a bill that would allow the state to develop alternative academic achievement goals.
Aviation officials in Phoenix are using a new online reservation system to manage this week’s heavy air traffic. Local airports are expecting to see more than 1,200 private and commercial flights in the coming days as fans travel to the city for events like the Super Bowl and the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
As the Super Bowl takes over the Valley, it brings a lot of history with it. A new exhibit downtown is displaying artifacts and equipment from decades ago, with some pieces standing up to the test of time better than others.
For more than 40 years, the International Symbol of Access used on parking spaces and parking signs was a mechanical-looking stick figure restricted to a wheelchair. For many, the icon failed to represent their reality. But that's changing.
The federal government announced Friday the largest environmental settlement in United States history is final. Anadarko Petroleum and its subsidiaries will now shell out $5.15 billion for abandoning uranium mines on the Navajo Nation and other contamination they left around the country.