Gov. Ducey signed the education funding portion of the budget early this morning, giving teachers a 20 percent raise by 2020. It’s a plan he first introduced weeks ago in an attempt to head off the teacher walkout that’s been going on for the last six days across the state.
Voters will decide whether to move non-partisan elections for the mayor and Phoenix City Council from the fall of odd-numbered years to November of even-numbered years to coincide with statewide general elections.
The Maricopa County Stadium District and the Arizona Diamondbacks have reached a potential settlement in a legal battle over the future of Chase Field, and officials want the public to weigh in on the proposal before it goes to a vote on May 9.
Arizona’s teacher strike has drawn thousands of people to the Capitol since last Thursday. Educators in rural Arizona cities, where schools have stayed open out of necessity, want their voices heard too.
A new lawsuit to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program threatens to add to the list of conflicting decisions on the future of the program that shields some undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Teachers in other states have also been trying to communicate the need for more funding. We’ve heard a lot from educators in West Virginia and Oklahoma but today we're here with the results of another western state's movement.
The deadliest gunfight in Arizona history didn’t happen at the storied OK Corral. It also wasn’t a classic Wild West shootout, it was over the federal government’s draft into what would become the First World War.
As our climate continues to warm here in the desert, sustainably growing food could become a serious challenge. Researchers at the University of Arizona are working to find new ways to approach agriculture and they’ve come up with one that’s garnering some attention.
Charismatic people have great vision. But a great leader also needs to make sure things get done. On this week's edition of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke explore how you can have too much of a good thing when it comes to charisma.
As more employers are scrambling to fill open positions, they're increasingly turning to teens to take the jobs. That has led to a 13.9 percent drop in teen unemployment during a 12-month average, the lowest year-round average since 2001.