For a lot of us, the ukulele might seem like a kid’s instrument, or one that’s an ideal way to hear authentic Hawaiian music. But in the hands of Jake Shimabukuro, it becomes something much more dramatic.
Following an investigation by a federal agency, the Arizona State Hospital is taking steps to correct dozens of highly critical deficiencies. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services had threatened to revoke the hospital’s Medicare provider agreement unless the Arizona Department of Health submitted a plan of correction.
In Flagstaff, where Pluto was discovered, scientists will be waiting to analyze those photographs and other data. But they’re not the only ones. Artists are creating their own interpretations of Pluto, and they’ll use New Horizons for inspiration.
A Utah hunter who killed the first gray wolf seen near the Grand Canyon in seven decades won't face criminal charges because he thought he was shooting a coyote, U.S. Fish and Wildlife announced Thursday.
Energy production in Texas is dominated by oil and gas — but the state also leads the United States in the production of wind power. Some energy analysts suggest that wind power's success in the Lone Star state has now become its challenge.
An Arizona Supreme Court ruling issued Thursday allows the state to be sued in the 2009 death of a Tucson-area woman killed when a motorist slammed into a Highway Patrol officer's car where the woman was in custody during her DUI arrest.
Valley home builders have had a rough few years, but they’ve been much more optimistic in recent months. A new report by Arizona State University’s business school shows home building saw a big jump late spring.
Doctors may start to get reimbursed for end-of-life care discussions with patients. Tuesday, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed a change that would encourage physicians to start having these conversations with patients.
In June, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services sent a letter to the hospital threatening to terminate its Medicare provider agreement. In it, CMS said the hospital did not meet four Conditions of Participation during an investigation.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed removing the Hualapai Mexican Vole from the list of endangered species. Genetic evidence suggests their numbers are more widespread in Arizona than previously believed.