The National Association of Letter Carriers held a rally near the state Capitol this week to bring attention to a growing problem. Members say that while attacks on letter carriers were previously unheard of, they’ve been picking up in frequency since the pandemic.
Every Republican and Democrat representing Arizona in the U.S. House of Representatives came together on the House Floor to honor retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, who died Friday.
While arachnids like scorpions often steal the spotlight, Arizona is home to many stinging insects as well, including honey bees, velvet ants and tarantula hawks. But which came first: The stinger or the venom? A new paper might have the answer.
Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor had a full, rich career and life in Arizona before she was appointed to the Supreme Court, serving in all three branches of government in the state she called home.
Earlier this year, three Arizona energy providers pledged $1 million in grant opportunities to help organizations and communities impacted by the transition away from coal-fired power plants. The second round of money has been awarded, and the third round of applications are now open.
A handful of elements are considered vital for life. Now UA researchers have found one of them – phosphorus – in a surprising location: the far fringes of our Milky Way galaxy. The discovery could transform our understanding of how the element forms and where we should look for life.
Along with the holidays, this time of year marks platforms like Spotify releasing breakdowns of users’ individual listening habits. The crowd of listeners who get their Spotify Wrapped continues to grow.
The Peoria Unified School District says contract negotiations with a new superintendent are underway following action on Wednesday by its governing board. The deadline for the district to respond to a federal lawsuit by a current board member has been extended to Dec. 11.
The Central Arizona Project brings Colorado River water to Phoenix and Tucson through a massive canal system. And the agency wants to help more Arizonans understand the state’s critical water issues. So CAP is planning a new Water Education Center.
In less than two weeks, Arizona’s Supreme Court is set to consider whether abortion can remain legal up to 15 weeks in the state or if a near-total ban should take effect. Now, one of the seven justices on the bench says he will not participate in the case.