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For Veterans Day, we introduce you to some of the newest members of the Arizona’s Veterans Hall of Fame and find out how they all share a common bond: a compassion to help others, particularly fellow vets.
In early September, the Advanced Water Treatment Plant at the Scottsdale Water Campus became the state’s first water treatment facility to get a permit to treat recycled water for direct human consumption.
The youngest donor gave his first paycheck at his first job. The oldest donor, a 93-year-old energy conservation specialist, donated ten trees. The trees will be planted in four central Phoenix neighborhoods as part of the city’s tree shade initiative.
Officials from the Arizona Game and Fish Department are looking for someone who set an illegal trap that maimed a javelina near Tucson. Spokesman Mark Hart says the leg-hold trap made the javelina suffer for two weeks before it could be found and euthanized.
A western Arizona city is one of the most affordable places to live in the state, according to third quarter data contained in the Cost of Living Index. Bullhead City had an overall affordability index of 91% — which means it costs about 9% below the national average to live there.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors unanimously declared the county a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County" — meaning the board won’t authorize county resources to "enforce laws that unconstitutionally infringe on the people's right to keep and bear arms."
On Thursday, members of a Senate panel conducted a sunset review on the Arizona Department of Health Services and its future. Three Democratic lawmakers voted against allowing the agency to continue to exist for another eight years.
A pair of migrant aid groups say two transgender women held with men at an Arizona detention center have faced abuse and violence at the hands of fellow detainees, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement should release all transgender migrants on humanitarian grounds.
Phoenix-based Grand Canyon University was handed a surprise this week when the U.S. Department of Education decided not to recognize the formerly for-profit GCU as nonprofit. Expectations were that, with the Trump administration’s focus on deregulation, GCU wouldn’t have any difficulty getting the status change approved.
Statistics and figures don’t necessarily grab the public’s attention. They also don’t go viral in the same way that relatable stories often do. Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller digs into that topic and its importance in his new book "Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events."
Lots of parents debate how much screen time is appropriate for their kids, and worry about the effects too much screen time could have. Now, a new study provides some answers, as it relates to brain development.
Silicon Valley has been the subject of movies, TV shows and countless articles over the years, which highlight the technology that comes out of the community, but also the culture. Margaret O’Mara looked at the history of Silicon Valley in her new book, "The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of America."
The Phoenix Suns are off to a surprisingly bright start this season. The team’s record currently stands at 5-3 after a loss to the Miami Heat on Thursday night, and they’re looking solid, or at least more solid than expected, especially after the stinging news that starting center Deandre Ayton is suspended for 25 games.
Friday evening, a 10-day celebration of water begins in downtown Scottsdale. Canal Convergence features public art installations from around the world, and on the first weekend of the event, attendees will be able to purchase beers made from recycled water from Scottsdale’s Advanced Water Treatment Plant. The theme of the event this year is “The Story of Water.”
Humans have always wondered whether it was possible to stop time or travel around in time. It's a really common theme in movies. Even though it's a pretty far-out concept, real scientific work has been done about time travel and whether or not it could happen.