This week, we told you about the lack of monsoon rains and upcoming water cutbacks. While that might set off alarm bells in some people’s minds, the situation may not be quite so dire, not right now anyway.
Life is a messy, uncomfortable business, and playwright Bess Wohl is here to remind us of that. If her play, "Small Mouth Sounds," isn’t especially graceful, that’s fair enough: neither are the themes it gently pokes into.
Tucson will reduce its recycling collection to every other week starting the last week of September. The announcement comes a week after Surprise halted its program. Several cities in Arizona are making adjustments since China stopped buying U.S. recyclables almost two years ago. But, Phoenix is still maintaining its services.
On the Arizona border, people from all over the world have gathered to cross into Arizona's desert. So what does that shift look like once they get into Arizona? KJZZ's Michel Marizco reports from Yuma. → Special Report: Tracing The Migrant Journey
A new survey conducted by the Barrow Neurological Institute shows an increasing awareness among respondents of the dangers of contact sports. According to the Barrow Institute, a survey of 477 teens and 469 adults living in Arizona shows a growing fear of concussion.
More than a million fentanyl pills have been seized in Arizona this year, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration. Officials say fentanyl seizures have more than tripled in Arizona since 2016, when the pills were first reported.
Two years ago today, President Trump held a rally in Phoenix that saw clashes between police and protesters. ASU criminologist Ed Maguire was observing with three PhD students when he found himself more directly involved than he’d expected.
The Arizona Court of Appeals won’t let a suit over university tuition rates go forward. On Wednesday, Ron Shoopman told The Show he and his colleagues on the Arizona Board of Regents would hope that would be the end of the lawsuit brought by Attorney General Mark Brnovich, but that’s not likely.
The Navajo Nation announced Thursday that it has settled a lawsuit with Wells Fargo Bank over predatory practices that targeted Navajo people. Under the terms of the settlement, Wells Fargo will pay the Navajo Nation $6.5 million.