Last week, federal Judge Neil Wake issued a ruling on Proposition 123 — the ballot measure approved by voters that adjusted how funding from the state land trust was distributed to Arizona schools. His ruling said the plan was illegal, which Gov. Doug Ducey strongly disagreed with.
Gov. Doug Ducey has announced his selection of a new director of the Arizona Department of Corrections. The governor says he was looking for someone with a record of solving problems and getting results, and David Shinn is that man.
Producer J Dilla passed away from a rare blood disease more than a decade ago but, just before he died, he released a an album called "Donuts." Now, Save The Music has started a new program aimed at continuing his legacy.
In 2022, NASA will send its first mission to the asteroid Psyche, a metal world that some believe to be the core of a failed planet. But Psyche is only about half as dense as it should be. New research offers one possible explanation.
The number of new bald eagles in Arizona has dipped from last year despite more breeding areas. The population of nestlings — birds too young to leave the nest — dropped from 87 last year to 71 this year.
A radical facelift is being planned for the state’s busiest segment of Interstate 10. But first, freeway planners are seeking public input. About 300,000 vehicles drive through the Broadway Curve along I-10 every day.