Sundome Center for the Performing Arts opened in 1980, the sounds of Lawrence
Welk and his big band filled the 7,000-seat theater.
The Sundome Center for the Performing Arts will soon be demolished.
Nik Wallenda is scheduled to make the big walk across a northern Arizona canyon Sunday at 5 p.m. Mountain Standard Time. The Florida daredevil will attempt to cross a portion of the Little Colorado River on a wire tightrope.
Cochise County health officials are warning that fires in northern Mexico near Cananea could cause health problems. Three fires are burning about 15 miles south of the U.S. Mexico border, but strong winds could blow smoke into portions of Cochise County.
The Supreme Court gutted the Defense of Marriage Act on Wednesday. San Francisco AIDS Foundation CEO and former Tempe Mayor Neil Giuliano talked about the ruling's impact on efforts to expand marriage equality in the U.
Three more F-35 squadrons are being assigned to Luke Air Force Base. That is in addition to the three squadrons already designated for the base west of Phoenix. The fighters are scheduled to be arrive next year.
Attorney General of Texas and his counterparts in 18 other states have
joined a U.S. Department of Justice review of the proposed merger between
American Airlines and Tempe-based U.S. Airways.It's not
unusual for states to join a federal merger review.
The Glendale City Council has approved an agreement for the management of Jobing.com Arena, freeing up the National Hockey League to approve a new Phoenix Coyotes ownership group.One of the Coyotes' new owners, Anthony LeBlanc, discussed why he thinks the Valley will be a successful market for professional hockey.
The federal government is continuing to
develop a group of so-called "solar energy zones" in Arizona and several other western states. The United States Department of the Interior announced Friday it's taking about 300,000 acres of
public land off the table for new mining claims.
Governor Jan Brewer has sent a letter to President Barack
Obama, asking him to declare a major disaster for the state, as a result of the
Yarnell Hill Fire. In her letter, the governor notes state and federal agencies
recently assessed damage in the area, and that both she and Yavapai County have
issued disaster declarations.
Women’s sand volleyball is coming to Arizona State
University next spring. The athletic department is still making plans to build
courts on campus, but players have already signed up for tryouts.
Women's sand volleyball will be a welcome addition to ASU athletics next spring.
The road to Medicaid expansion in Arizona was full of potholes and detours but ultimately reached the finish line. But for a group of Republicans who went against their party’s majority on the issue, their ultimate reward might be a primary defeat.
Arizona gets a good grade in a new report on how well states
teach financial literacy to high school students. From Phoenix, KJZZ’s Mark Brodie has
more.The Center for Financial Literacy at Champlain College gives
Arizona a "B" for its efforts.
When it is 115 degrees outside or 105 degrees with rising
humidity, you may not want to heat up your kitchen by cooking in the oven, and
firing up the barbecue is not a refreshing way to spend the afternoon, either.
Allegiant Air is facing criticism for a two-hour
delay Wednesday that left passengers stuck onboard with little air
conditioning. The airline said the delay at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport was
necessary for safety reasons.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is bringing those
large blue signs advertising services ahead for travelers on rural highways to
urban areas this fall. Spokeswoman Laura Douglas says there are 300 exits in
four metro areas where the signs will go up.
An office building in Tempe has sold for more than $27 million.
This beautiful Tempe office building at the Loop 101 and Broadway Road just sold for more than $27 million. (Photo courtesy of Jones Lang LaSalle)
The building at the Loop 101 and Broadway Road is considered Class-A.
So all that rain this week might be good for our plants, and the clouds help keep the temperatures from reaching those of the surface of the sun, but man, have you been outside in the evening recently? You get eaten alive out there.
Arizona's top health official says a remote community long dominated by a polygamist sect is responsible for much of a recent increase in whooping cough in the state. Department of Health Services Director Will Humble says Arizona has seen an increase of more than 300 percent in the past several years.
Backyard desert tortoise breeding has lead to overpopulation
in captivity. So much so that, Cristina
Jones, the turtle program coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department,
said there are not enough homes for all
On August 27, Phoenix residents will elect four people to the city council. As part of a series called "Phoenix Votes," a look at one of the neighborhoods around District 2.
One corner of 32nd Street and Bell, a major intersection along this stretch, is dominated by an abandoned gas station.