The group trying to recall state Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas held what it called a “Day of Action” this weekend, with signatures being gathered in more than a dozen cities across the state.
Arizona Town Hall participants will collectively address questions such as “How well has Arizona managed the use of water?” and “What actions would have the most beneficial impact on Arizona’s water needs?”
From table scraps to whole crates of produce, food waste is a growing problem. And with plenty of hungry mouths to feed both nationally and in the Valley, innovative efforts are working to get food into bellies and kept out of landfills.
The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed more than 20 aircraft at airports across the country have been hit by lasers since Wednesday. And last night, at least two Phoenix-bound flights were targeted.
Tens of thousands of NASCAR fans are gathering in the Southwest Valley for a weekend of races at Phoenix International Raceway, and NASCAR draws so many people that Safeway built a pop-up grocery store among the seemingly endless rows of campers and RVs.