Late last week, President Joe Biden announced sweeping vaccine mandates for federal workers, federal contractors and workers at companies with more than 100 employees.
It’s being met with mixed political reaction here in the state, but in Maricopa County, those mandates could help close the gap with at least some of the population.
With a fourth wave of infections, more Americans are turning to ivermectin, a cheap drug used to kill worms and other parasites in humans and animals. Amy Jonson, vice president of the Western Ranchman, said her Phoenix feed and farm supply store is regularly selling out of ivermectin.
A 20-year South Mountain Community College professor this week will join her Inspiration4 crewmates aboard the first ever all-civilian spaceflight. Pilot and backup commander Sian Proctor will be only the fourth black woman to travel to space.
The past few years have seen some of the biggest wildfires in Arizona history, and other states across the West have also been dealing with increasing wildfire activity. It is in that context that author Jewell Parker Rhodes sets her newest young adult novel, "Paradise on Fire."
Smoking causes most cases of lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. But 10-20% of lung cancer patients have never smoked. New research by the National Cancer Institute shows those cases likely stem from a buildup of natural mutations.
Chandler City Council approved a pilot program for a mobile voting app this week, allowing residents to vote on their phones and tablets in a test election this November. Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke says the test is to see how residents respond to mobile voting.
KJZZ's Monsoon Stories 2021 has been looking at ways monsoon season is affecting our wildlife and our cities — and their potential for future growth.
This time, we leave the city and head to San Carlos Reservation in eastern Arizona, where one small farm is working to produce food — and to heal its community.
More than 235 million people visited America’s national parks in 2020, despite temporary closures due to the pandemic. But not all of those visitors were impressed by what they saw at those parks. And some of them were not shy about saying so, especially online. That’s where Amber Share comes in.
How has staring at screens and seeing co-workers only via cameras affected us? Allison Gabriel, a professor in the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management, was part of a team led by University of Georgia Professor Kristin Shockley that studied what they called "Zoom fatigue."
While thousands of vaccinated Arizonans have now had breakthrough cases of COVID-19, it’s still very rare for vaccinated people to need hospitalization, medical experts say. → Get The Latest News On COVID-19 In Arizona
About half a billion people and one-quarter of all marine life depend on coral reefs, which face global destruction due to pollution, overfishing, acidification and climate change. A new global monitoring system and public data source could help confront the catastrophe.
There are around 3,000 catchments around Arizona that provide water for animals. The Arizona Game and Fish Department says last year it had to put out nearly two and a half million gallons of water into those catchments to make up for the lack of rain.
Sept. 8 marks the 55th anniversary of "Star Trek," one of the most influential entertainment franchises in pop culture history.
To celebrate, The Show spoke with a true Trekkie — ASU planetary geologist Dave Williams.
The delta variant of COVID-19 continues its forceful spread as a highly contagious virus. And as if that wasn’t enough, scientists are learning more about the mu variant — which is likely to have its origins in South America.