An influx of wild animals have arrived at the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale — and many of them are orphaned babies. This time last year the center housed approximately 90 animals, and today they have close to 200.
More dams along the Green River, a main branch of the Colorado River, could help Wyoming ranchers survive the coming droughts, but some scientists say building more dams might actually worsen the effects of climate change.
“The rise of STDs and STIs is a concern for me,” said Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman. “I’m also concerned about bullying in our schools and that there’s been a long history of stigmatization of our students in the LGBTQ community.”
Governor Doug Ducey on Friday signed into law a bill that would begin a data-gathering process on women in Arizona who died during and after childbirth. Dr. Rahul Gupta with March of Dimes says ethnicity and race can be a determining factor in whether a mother will survive childbirth or not.
One in 10 older adults will be a victim of elder abuse. This five-part series explores the different types of elder abuse — including resident-on-resident aggression, financial abuse, sexual abuse, scams and the intersection between victims of elder abuse and those with disabilities.
The city of Nogales, Arizona has been footing a large portion of the bill to repair the binational pipeline that connects it to its Mexican counterpart, but an amendment passed in Congress may help change that.
On Monday, the Santa Cruz River in southern Arizona is flowing once more. The river, which begins in the San Rafael Valley flows for 184 miles, curving south into Sonora, Mexico, before flowing north through Tucson.
The Trump administration is unveiling the first phase of its proposed plan for Middle East peace this week, a plan being described as "the deal of the century." It involves a financial investment in Palestinian territories over a decade, but faces an uncertain future.
A human-caused wildfire burning for more than two weeks in a national forest east of metro Phoenix now has grown to 150 square miles. Fire officials say the Woodbury Fire grew by nearly 22 square miles from Saturday into Sunday.
How an animal moves through its environment determines whether it finds food or a mate, so it pays to use all available memories and sensory data. But what does a creature do when it has nothing to go on? A new study reveals how two species of termites use smart searches to tackle this tricky task.