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Earlier this week, state schools Superintendent John Huppenthal said a lot of schools have made huge strides, and it's time for the legislature to provide more funds.
Aug. 6, 2014
In a report that came out this week, Mike Orr, director of the Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice at Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School, concluded the Valley's residential market is in the midst of an 11-month slump in demand.
Aug. 6, 2014
A new poll finds that Arizonans aren’t as confident about the economy as they were a few months ago, and that could have a big impact later this year.
Aug. 6, 2014
While the Ebola virus continues to spread in Western Africa, a seemingly effective treatment used has origins from Arizona State University. Plant research is at the root of the experimental treatment being used on two American doctors infected with the Ebola virus.
Aug. 5, 2014
A Phoenix transgender woman appealing her conviction on a prostitution-related charge has the support of the ACLU and a well-known television actress.
Aug. 5, 2014
Tuesday, Media company Gannett announced a split between their print and broadcast divisions creating two companies.
Aug. 5, 2014
A new report ranks Arizona as having the highest amount of solar energy per person in 2013.
Aug. 5, 2014
State Senator Chester Crandell died while horseback riding near his home in eastern Arizona on Monday. But there’s a process about how votes are counted when a candidate dies during the campaign.
Aug. 5, 2014
Arizona scientists have produced two different types of maps that take our understanding of Mars to a whole new level.
Aug. 5, 2014
The Catholic population continues to grow in the United States, but the number of priests has been declining for decades. To fill this gap dioceses are increasingly inviting priests from around the world to serve their congregations.
Aug. 5, 2014
The release of last year’s AIMS scores on Monday signified the last time science scores won’t be counted against schools. That may be a good thing when looking at the science scores reported.
Aug. 5, 2014
A Customs and Border Protection agent has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering. The agent was accused of funneling money to a drug trafficker.
Aug. 4, 2014
An international research team led by the University of Arizona successfully mapped the genome sequence of African rice, known for hardiness and drought resistance.
Aug. 4, 2014
The Arizona Department of Education is reporting modest progress in math and reading proficiency among state public school students. That translated to a slight improvement in school performance grades across the state.
Aug. 4, 2014
The Scottsdale-based restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s is giving more information about a security breach first noticed in June.
Aug. 4, 2014
A microburst hit the Loop 101 last night near the Red Mountain 202. The high winds and rain downed a fiber optic cable shutting off traffic in both directions and leaving many commuters stranded.
Aug. 4, 2014
Arizona pecan farmers are enjoying strong sales overseas. The state’s world market share for pecans has been increasing for nearly a decade.
Aug. 4, 2014
The fight against stricter regulations on Texas abortion clinics goes to court again Monday. This time lawyers will argue on behalf of two clinics located near the United States-Mexico border.
Aug. 4, 2014
President Barack Obama awarded 22 people National Medals of Arts and Humanities earlier this week. One of the honorees was Flagstaff visual artist James Turrell.
Aug. 4, 2014
As Arizona’s candidates tout their endorsements ahead of next month’s primary, Phoenix-based Behavior Research Center Director Earl DeBerge says these “seals of approval” are more important to voters than many might think.
Aug. 4, 2014

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