An Arizona appeals court has ruled that immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, are not eligible for reduced in-state tuition. The presiding judge said that’s because each state has the discretion to choose which benefits to give these students.
F-35 operations will resume Wednesday at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, according to U.S. Air Force officials. The fighter jets were grounded for 11 days after pilots reported symptoms related to oxygen deprivation.
Firefighters contained a small wildfire Thursday in Williams despite a drone flying over the area that delayed operations. Fire officials reported more than 40 drones over wildfires in 2016 and several already this fire season.
What’s in a name…or a pronunciation, for that matter? Whether you pronounce it like jiff or gif with a hard "g" or even jyfe, we’re talking about Graphics Interchange Formats — image files that you’ve seen countless times online.
Ten U.S. cities have teams in all four major professional sports — baseball, basketball, football and hockey. Phoenix is one of them. Greg Moore is stepping in to write about all of that as the new sports columnist for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com. We spoke with Moore.
High schoolers are putting on graduation caps and starting college in the fall. And then the big question becomes what’s your major? So we wondered when, for example, there’s a deluge of politics in our culture on a daily basis or, when Russia is in the spotlight, does that affect how students choose their majors?
Data from the National Low Income Housing Coalition finds Arizona is in the top half of states, in terms of the affordability of rental housing. With me to talk about this is Tina Tamboer, a residential real estate analyst with The Cromford Report.
"Wonder Woman" brought in more than $40 million this past weekend; that follows its more than $100 million opening weekend, which was the highest-grossing opening weekend ever for a movie directed by a woman.
Many of us are fortunate enough to be in air-conditioned offices and studios, protected from the sizzling sun and harmful heat. But for those who don’t have that option, communities around the Valley are offering cooling stations.