After getting a construction green light last month from the U.S. government, crews have been working on a compressor station for Kinder Morgan’s Sierrita pipeline. It runs from near Tucson to the border in Sasabe.
Over the next decade, scientists will gather vast stores of data describing the atmospheres of distant worlds. But some of their colleagues argue that the key to a planet’s habitability might truly lie in its interior.
Six percent of women in the military said they were sexually assaulted in 2018, according to a new report from the Pentagon. The report from the military comes as Sen. Martha McSally is spearheading an effort to reduce the number of sexual assaults in the military.
It’s dangerous to be a boy. That’s the stark conclusion author Michael Reichert has come to after studying modern boyhood for his new book "How to Raise a Boy: The Power of Connection to Raise Good Men."
There are now more than 20 official Democratic candidates in the 2020 race to challenge President Donald Trump. A recent media review put together by Northeastern University has determined that those female candidates have received more negative coverage than their male opponents.
There are many reasons hundreds of thousands of migrants are making the dangerous trek from Central America — and even farther away — to get to our southern border. One of those reasons may be climate change.
APS’s parent company, Pinnacle West, reported Wednesday hefty first-quarter profits of more than $17 million — nearly six times higher than last year at this time. Arizona Republic reporter Ryan Randazzo covers APS, and he joined The Show to talk about this report.
On Tuesday, Democratic Party leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi emerged from a meeting with President Trump. The topic was once again about infrastructure. And all parties involved seemed to have reached a deal: $2 trillion in spending to provide jobs and badly needed repairs to the nation's infrastructure.
Car-sharing companies including Turo and GetAround function like Airbnb for vehicles, allowing people to rent out their cars when they're not using them. Founded about a decade ago, they've taken off recently with the help of millions of dollars from venture capital firms and other investors.
Arizona lawmakers approved new mandates to improve school safety Wednesday. Republican Nancy Barto helped convince colleagues the bill would implement school district requirements for documenting and reporting potentially dangerous activities on a campus.