Experts say Arizona will have to cut water use drastically. Nearly 70 percent of all water used in the state goes to agriculture. Gov. Doug Ducey says he sees no reason for farmers to give up growing cotton in the desert.
Advocates said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released hundreds more migrants and asylum seekers this weekend than the agency had told volunteers to expect, and the system to help them was overwhelmed by the volume.
The Show celebrated National Haiku Month with your haiku poems about Arizona. For this final week, over 100 listeners sent in at least one haiku. The Show drew a random name Friday morning, and the winner this week is Bryan Earl Daws.
Four humanitarian aid workers received probation and will have to pay $250 fines after they were convicted for leaving food and water for people illegally crossing the Mexican border through a wildlife refuge in Arizona.
Officials at Perry High School in Gilbert are responding after parents accused school administrators of demanding students remove clothing and accessories with President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” logo.
Recent winter storms brought rain and snow across the state, and bumpy rides on Arizona roads. ADOT crews have been busy in the past couple of weeks working to fill potholes, especially on freeways around the Phoenix metro area.
AARP calls them “age disruptors.” People over the age 50 who are finding ways to reinvent themselves. For some, that reason is financial. For others, it’s purpose. Meet some of Arizona’s very own age disruptors.
Granville was fired from his charter school teaching job in December 2017 after former students alleged he provided alcohol to them when they were underage and made “unwanted sexual advances.” It is not yet known whether the city will reprimand Granville for his actions.