For a number of years, Arizona educators have been working to figure out the best—and swiftest—ways to get young English Language Learners, or ELL, up to speed. A two-year pilot program was recently launched by the Arizona Department of Education in tandem with the State Board of Education focusing on a tech-based language development program.
There’s passionate disagreement over whether the McDowell Sonoran Preserve should soon include the Desert Discovery Center, which its website describes as “an interpretive center for residents and visitors and an important attraction for Scottsdale’s tourism industry.”
We’re talking to the people who do the jobs that you sometimes don’t see or don’t think about. There's about 500 vinyl billboards and 60 digital ones around the Valley. Lifting, stretching, fastening—and that’s just what the crew goes through.
Hours after news broke of the death of Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel tearful fans gathered outside the concert venue in El Paso where the singer was set to perform that night. Gabriel died from natural causes Sunday at his home in California.
A non-profit organization, the Colibrí Center for Human Rights, is working to match the DNA of hundreds of unidentified migrants who died crossing the Arizona-Mexico border with families living in the U.S.
Leaders say there’s enough downtown parking for most retail, restaurants and events, but not for workers. A new trolley and reduced parking hours are two ways the city hopes to help some downtown businesses in the northeast quadrant.
The U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona will not decide whether six-term Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio should face criminal contempt of court charges. Instead the decision will be up to lawyers with the DOJ’s Public Integrity Section in Washington, D.C.
Kelli Ward is the challenger against incumbent Sen. John McCain in Tuesday's primary election Tuesday. After a career as a doctor, she ran for the Arizona legislature in response to the Affordable Care Act.
It's been curtains for a number of theatre companies in the Valley over the past few years. Fountain Hills Theater seems to be bucking that treacherous trend. The company is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Let’s talk now about that old line – “lights, camera, action.” Lighting Designer Daniel Davisson started off on the action side of things.The Fountain Hills native did some shows in the community theater there, which his aunt ran. But one day, he asked to do the lights for “Charlotte’s Web,” and he was hooked.