The Final Four tournament brings in approximately 90 percent of the NCAA’s annual revenue, but with many as 11 percent of its student athletes from foreign countries, the NCAA President said schools are concerned about President Trump’s travel ban.
Pledging it would save taxpayer dollars, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey fired lobbyists hired by state agencies, boards and commissions last year — except for those overseen by elected officials, including his own office. Now state lawmakers are trying to pass a law making that permanent.
Information technology and robotics are reshaping the way we get our health care, in part to meet the needs of an aging population. Faster and smaller devices that are portable and used for individual use are called wearables. For medicine, that means the possibility of gathering patient information continually that a doctor can then interpret.
The NFL is using laser technology to reduce the amount of cleat- and turf-related injuries. Roughly 60 percent of injuries are suffered in the lower body, and Dr. Jeff Crandall, chairman of the NFL’s Head, Neck and Spine engineering sub-committee, says that needs to change.
The discipline of paleoanthropology is focused on learning about the origins of those who came before what we are now as humans. It typically uses fossils and other remains. One of the world’s best-known paleoanthropologists is Lee Berger.
It might seem like common knowledge that there has been a longtime divide throughout history between science and religion. Those two things don’t go together, right? Well, one group of scientists says wrong.
The Final Four for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship is all set. UNC returns for a record 20th time, Oregon made it for the second time, and newcomers South Carolina and Gonzaga round out the pack.
At the beginning of March, the Goldwater Institute filed a lawsuit against the city of Phoenix on behalf of popular downtown bar Angels Trumpet. Their argument? A deal they made to build a 19-story apartment building of smaller-than-average "micro" units violates the Arizona Constitution.
On Tuesday, we heard from two officials with the Maricopa County Democratic Party, who are reporting dramatic increases in the number of people showing up at events. So has that also been the case at the Maricopa County Republican Party?
Since November’s election, there are some new Democratic faces among the leadership in Maricopa County. And today, the East Valley chapter of the NAACP is hosting a community forum featuring two of those new leaders: Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone and the County Recorder Adrian Fontes.