Salt River Project will stop the release of runoff water from its reservoirs this weekend. Jeff Lane, spokesman for SRP, says the high level of the reservoirs is all thanks to snow melt from Arizona’s high country.
A little less than a year ago, tens of thousands of educators and their supporters marched to the state capitol to call for the legislature and Gov. Ducey to raise salaries and overall spending for K-12 education in Arizona.
While a proposal made early this month may soon strip the gray wolf of its endangered species protections, a government-funded study supports maintaining the Mexican wolf’s status as an endangered subspecies.
In 2016, Donald Trump cracked the so-called blue wall in the industrial Midwest winning Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. This week on Politics with Amy Walter, what will it take for Democrats to win back Wisconsin?
New research by San Diego State University psychology professor Jean Twenge indicates that mental health disorders have risen dramatically among teens and young adults up to 25 years old. That dramatic shift, according to the research, has never been seen in any other generation.
March is Women’s History Month, and Arizona boasts of many women who’ve made history both here and on the national stage. It’s easy to name the Sandra Day O'Connors and Rose Moffords — but what about those who are lesser known?
What is Arizona cuisine? That’s the question Phoenix New Times food critic Chris Malloy is attempting to answer in his year-long series “Sonoran Arcana,” and he brings The Show along with him on the journey each month.
There has been an increased effort in Arizona and elsewhere to test all rape kits that had been backlogged. Gov. Doug Ducey vowed to clear that backlog during his State of the State speech last year, and The Show's guest says there’s been a lot of progress toward meeting that goal.
A lot is going on in the sports world this week with the start of the MLB season and the NCAA tournaments in their Sweet 16 stages. But it’s also the start of the NCAA hockey tournament, and Arizona State is in the field for the first time in the school’s history.
Testimony by Arizona mothers and nurses — forced to change diapers for adults with disabilities on unsanitary bathroom floors — has moved lawmakers to support placing changing tables in public government-owned restrooms.
Legislation to allow employers to pay some young people less than the voter-mandated minimum wage cleared a crucial hurdle Thursday. HB 2523 applies to part-time employees younger than 22 years old. If passed, employers could pay them as low as $7.25, which is the federal standard. The state minimum wage is $11 an hour.
State lawmakers are reconsidering the requirement that certain people should be on the sex offender registry for their entire life. House Bill 2613 would only apply in situations where the offender was younger than 22 at the time, the victim was at least 15 and the sexual contact was consensual.
After a bald eagle couple near Lake Pleasant lost three eggs to ravens and ring tail cats, their final egg of this breeding season is ready to hatch. People have been able to follow along live with a camera set up by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
A specialized rail car with a 16-foot boom sprayer will travel on the Grand Canyon Railway and apply a herbicide to protect the national park. The herbicide will control vegetation along the track and wipe out dry vegetation near it that can contribute to fires.