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The U.S. solar industry is booming. Twice as much solar was installed last year as in 2015. But some say not everyone has reaped the benefits. This week, the U.S. International Trade Commission heard arguments that cheap solar imports have devastated solar manufacturing jobs. Some warn the case could sink the industry.
A new documentary Troubled Water investigated drinking water systems and pollution across the country. It was part of a project produced by students in the News21 program, which includes several universities, and is headquartered at ASU.
Attorneys on both sides of the upcoming murder trial of the border patrol agent accused of shooting a teenager, are trying to screen out jurors who might have strong feelings, one way or the other, about illegal immigration and drug smuggling.
As Monday’s solar eclipse draws near, many Phoenicians worry they won’t be able to find viewing glasses – or that they’ll get unsafe knockoffs instead. But Phoenix libraries are offering a fun and educational way for kids to get theirs.
Pima County officials sent a letter to the Milwaukee Brewers this week asking the team to consider the Kino Stadium Complex for its spring training next season and bring Major League Baseball back to Tucson.
It seems like every few months we have to make a new password for something. And it always has to be really complicated — and you’re supposed to have different passwords for each online account. It gets crazy really fast. Those complicated passwords are going to be a thing of the past.
Like fall in New York, there’s a season that it seems all Arizonans look forward to — the monsoon. But unlike the Big Apple, monsoon weather is unique to the Southwest — and you never quite know what it will bring. For a series exploring personal relationships to the monsoon, producer Paige Phelps talked to Jacob Moore, assistant vice president of tribal relations at ASU.
If you’ve seen a car driving around town lately with what looks like a camera on top, it just might be a self-driving car. That’s because Google, Uber, Waymo and now Israeli company Mobileye are all using Arizona as testing grounds for the development of these autonomous vehicles.
In 2013, it came to light that more than 6,000 reports of child abuse and neglect had been set aside — marked as “not investigated.” Today, the number of investigations are down over the last year, even as the number of calls coming into Arizona’s child-abuse hotline stays steady. That’s according to a new report from The Arizona Republic.
Drive around many corners of the Valley looking for a restaurant serving delicious food, and you’ll find influences from all over the world. But how authentic are the dishes? Are the owners and chefs actually the people who’ve lived in the culture and with the recipes? Those are some of the issues the co-hosts of the Racist Sandwich podcast address on a regular basis.
Knocking on doors, gathering signatures on a petition, hosting house meetings, getting involved in helping your community. Those are the organizing skills that students are learning through Chispa Arizona’s promotores program. Chispa Arizona is focused on environmental issues in Latino neighborhoods — which they say are disproportionately affected by the effects of climate change and pollution.
Civil-rights activists in Arizona have long been on the lookout for patterns of racially-biased behavior by law enforcement officers. A new effort by Stanford calling the Open Policing Project looked at a number of states, including Arizona, from 2011 to 2015 to measure whether people of color were pulled over and searched more often by officers.