Support groups can be a helpful resource for someone going through a significant loss. But geography and physical limitations, especially among older adults, can make it difficult to attend support groups in person. And that’s where technology can help.
Arizona cotton is losing its seat as one of the major agriculture commodities in the state, as production continues to decline compared to historical levels. But, that is not anything to worry about, according to one expert, who says other crops are filling the gap.
For over six months, the city of Phoenix’s planning department has been grappling with the issue of group homes and how to define them in order to be in compliance with the Federal Fair Housing and American with Disabilities Acts.
The collaboration between ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration and Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts includes a geologist ballerina, a bass-playing geophysicist and a belly-dancing theoretical astrophysicist.
This week’s Friday Newscap guests Felecia Rotellini, Vernon Parker and Paul Charlton discussed the firing of FBI Director James Comey, the future of school vouchers in Arizona and Rep. Ruben Gallego going into Rep. Martha McSally’s congressional district as part of #AdoptADistrict.
Alzheimer’s disease is the fourth leading cause of death in Arizona. The number of people with Alzheimer’s disease in Arizona is on the rise — but when a person dies, what ends up on the death certificate doesn’t always reflect the brain disorder they suffered from.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security concluded an operation this week targeting gang activity across the country. The crackdown led to 55 apprehensions in Arizona.