Fire officials in northern Arizona are burning several slash piles of wood and debris in a canyon within Prescott city limits near several homes. The prescribed burns will continue through Thursday if conditions permit.
An analysis by the Arizona Department of Health found the number of parents signing personal belief immunization exemptions is up. The exemption doesn't require a medical or religious reason, and that choice could put the community at risk.
On Tuesday, Republicans in the Arizona House of Representatives voted to allow the closing of party caucuses to lobbyists, reporters and other members of the public. The House rule change passed on a 36-23 party line vote.
With downtown Phoenix transformed into Super Bowl Central, the University of Arizona is giving visitors a hands on experience with some of their projects, and is kicking off a much larger state-wide festival.
A new case of measles has was reported Tuesday in Maricopa county. This brings the total to seven confirmed cases between Maricopa and Pinal counties. This outbreak spawned from the Disneyland cases and the end is not in site yet.
Arizona lawmakers may stop the state from moving ahead with national education standards known as Common Core. They’re debating a bill that would allow the state to develop alternative academic achievement goals.
Aviation officials in Phoenix are using a new online reservation system to manage this week’s heavy air traffic. Local airports are expecting to see more than 1,200 private and commercial flights in the coming days as fans travel to the city for events like the Super Bowl and the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
As the Super Bowl takes over the Valley, it brings a lot of history with it. A new exhibit downtown is displaying artifacts and equipment from decades ago, with some pieces standing up to the test of time better than others.