Nations, communities, even individuals will mark major events or historical figures — or just someone they cared about — with a memorial of some kind. It can be a huge monument or statue or something a lot more subtle.
For decades, industries using rubber have looked for alternatives to supplement and back up their supply. Bridgestone Tires says a desert shrub could be the answer, and the company may grow and process the plants in southwest Arizona.
The Phoenix City Council has approved a new ordinance aimed at preserving historic buildings from demolition; a key component extends the amount of time between getting a demolition permit and wrecking balls hitting those buildings.
Hillary Clinton spoke at Arizona State University’s campus last night and encouraged thousands of supporters to get out the vote. This is the first time a presidential candidate has visited Arizona during the general election since 2004.
The rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at ASU on Wednesday night attracted thousands of people. The line to enter the event wrapped around the intramural fields twice and continued down Apache Boulevard.
Elections officials have been worried about long lines on Election Day. This after last March when the number of polling places was cut and voters waited hours in lines. But now voters trying to avoid those Election Day lines are finding themselves once again frustrated and waiting.
Biosphere 2 in the desert of Oracle was intended to provide a long list of scientific and environmental insights. A group of eight people — four men and four women — was put together for a two-year mission starting in 1991.
Political ads are meant to evoke emotion, raise our hopes and increase our doubts, among other things. But how often, as a particular campaign message is tossed our way, do we consider the artistic level or influences of the ad?