Friday is the deadline to submit comments to the Arizona Department of Transportation on a master transportation plan that would affect the communities of Sedona, Cottonwood and Camp Verde—among other places.
It was designed as a winter retreat in the early 1930s. Its owners among the wealthy elites, until it was abandoned. Today, the property is among the most unique structures in the area, and it has been restored for the public.
The Arizona Coyotes have one of the NHL’s hottest young players as they try and establish a foothold among hockey fans in the Valley. His story of facing off against a chronic disease and his special relationship with man’s best friend is serving as an inspiration.
A University of Arizona researchers says he has found a way to reduce overeating when dining out. Marketing professor Martin Reimann said adults and children may choose smaller meal portions if offered a non-edible bonus.
Arizona earns one of the top spots in rooftop solar energy because of its sunny skies and incentives offered by utility companies. That’s according to Karin Wadsack, energy expert at Northern Arizona University.
Highways in Arizona traverse open and urban areas, connecting people across the state. But roadways often create dangerous habitat divides for wildlife. Now, unlikely partners are developing what they hope will become a model for safe wildlife travel, even amidst a development boom.
The CEO of Valley Metro has resigned and been placed on administrative leave. Last Tuesday, Stephen Banta announced his departure from the Valley’s public transit agency. The details of his separation are still being worked out.