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University Of Arizona Opens New Mining Law School
Students interested in mining law have a new place to study it. Starting this semester, the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona established the Global Mining Law Center.
Sept. 1, 2015
ASU Research: Fetal Cells May Affect Mother Years After Birth
New research shows this intimate relationship between mother and child begins even before birth, but the effects aren’t always positive.
Sept. 1, 2015
New Technology Helps Phoenix Pet Owners Find Lost Animals
It’s like a Google map, but instead of Thai restaurants, it shows you where cats and dogs were lost or found in the city.
Sept. 1, 2015
Arizona Hiking Deaths Spark Conversation About Trail Amenities
This summer has been a particularly brutal one with a number of hikers dying in and around the Valley. This has led to conversations about the services available at trails, like shade and water.
Sept. 1, 2015
Phoenix Zoo Damaged, Closed After Mondays Storm
Phoenix Zoo staff and cleanup crews are removing debris spread throughout the property. Monday night’s storm caused minor damage, including torn down trees. A couple trees on pathway fences.
Sept. 1, 2015
EPA Proposes Ban On Drain Disposal Of Pharmaceutical Waste
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says that health care facilities commonly flush unused drugs. Trace amounts of pharmaceuticals have been found in many U.S. waterways.
Sept. 1, 2015
 Why The United States Is Losing Rural Hospitals
Rural communities across the country are losing their hospitals at an increasing rate — 57 rural hospitals have closed over the last 5 years.
Sept. 1, 2015
How A Glendale Police Detective Cracks Cold Cases
Glendale police Detective Roger Geisler tracked down and arrested a suspect in the city’s oldest cold-case homicide. Here's how he approaches these unsolved cases.
Sept. 1, 2015
Proposed Arizona Foster Parent Rule Changes Have Advocates Concerned
There are 600 pages of proposed rules for the state's Department of Child Safety, and foster family advocates are saying not enough is being done to educate people about what may be changing.
Sept. 1, 2015
Court Rules Phoenix Police Officers Rights Not Violated
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the rights of three Phoenix police officers were not violated when investigators took DNA samples from them while looking into the death of another officer.
Sept. 1, 2015
Group Files Application To Recall Arizona Superintendent Diane Douglas
Activists are trying to recall the Arizona's schools chief. The Coalition to Recall Diane Douglas filed an application with the secretary of state’s office Tuesday.
Sept. 1, 2015
SRP Supplies Ice For Phoenix-Area Residents Without Power
Thousands of valley residents are still without power following last nights storms. Strong winds knocked down trees and power lines making it a busy morning for area utility companies.
Sept. 1, 2015
Cronkite News: Arizona high schools forced to seek creative funding solutions for athletics
As the costs of high school athletics rise and education funding in Arizona continues to be squeezed, revenue streams like this have become critical to maintaining the viability of high school sports in the state.
Sept. 1, 2015
Arizona DCS Revokes License For 4 Group Homes
The state of Arizona is pulling the license of a group home operator out of concern for the safety of the foster children who lived there.
Aug. 31, 2015
Cronkite News: 10 years later, Katrina memories still fresh for Arizonans who responded
It’s been 10 years since he responded to the devastation that was left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, but the memories are still clear for Phoenix Fire Department Capt. Darrell B. Wiseman.
Aug. 31, 2015
US 60 Near Superior Temporarily Closed This Week For Blasting
Motorists traveling between Phoenix and Globe on the US 60 will have to be patient this week. The Arizona Department of Transportation is closing parts of the highway for road work.
Aug. 31, 2015
New Mega Solar Farm Will Be Built On Arizona-California Border
Blythe will soon become home to a 485-megawatt photovoltaic solar facility. The desert town of 20,000 people sits just west of the Colorado River in California, across from the Arizona border.
Aug. 31, 2015
Arizona Health Officials: Its Time To Get Your Flu Shot
It may only be the end of August, but health officials in Arizona are thinking about the flu season.
Aug. 31, 2015
Arizona Corporation Commissioners Bid To Keep Utilities Out Of Elections Could Test Power Limits
It's no secret that Save Our State Now and the Free Enterprise Club spent more than $3 million last year to elect Doug Little and Tom Forese to the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Aug. 31, 2015
Classes At Douglas Unified School District Resume After Phone Threats
Students in the Douglas Unified School district will return to classes today.
Aug. 31, 2015

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