Thousands of people are held in our state’s jail every day, just because they can’t afford to pay the bond set to get out while they’re awaiting trial. Four bills in the state Legislature would work to change that.
The Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade is one of the most controversial the justices have ever considered. Could the case survive a more conservative court? We talked about that with Harvard Law Professor Glenn Cohen, an expert in reproductive technology and related topics.
"The Greatest Show on Grass" is back. The Waste Management Phoenix Open teed off Thursday morning in Scottsdale. One golfer who won’t be competing this year is former tournament champion and Valley resident Tom Lehman.
Elected officials in Phoenix could soon vote on whether to declare Phoenix a sanctuary city. During Wednesday’s council meeting, a resident presented a petition that requires the council to act within 15 days.
For 10 years, Cave Fest has celebrated the flora, fauna and subterranean features of Kartchner Caverns State Park. But the event also underlines the surprising amount of scientific research that supports the cave.
Arizona’s largest utility is already saving millions of dollars thank to a new regional energy market. The state's largest utility Arizona Public Service joined the so-called Energy Imbalance Market at the end of last year, hoping to cash in on other states’ ever-fluctuating energy needs.
Arizona residents taking the written driver’s license test can expect a few changes in the coming months. Beginning in March, drivers will see new recommendations for what they should do during a routine traffic stop.
After decades of debate, a professor at Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School of Business says he and a colleague have debunked a stock-market myth. The so-called “Weekend Effect” refers to the tendency of stock returns to be significantly lower on Mondays than the preceding Fridays.
As Paul Penzone looks to make his mark in the early days of his stint as Maricopa County sheriff, one point of emphasis is on improving relations between MCSO and communities of color. To that end, James Collins has been named director of Community Relations and Outreach for MCSO.
Flu activity in Arizona is lower now than it was the past two years at this time. Dr. Cara Christ with the Arizona Department of Health Services says even though the flu is more common January through March, it circulates year-round. She says it’s never too late to get a flu shot.