Wildlife Service Will Work To Sterilize Tortoises
The federal government will begin sterilizing an endangered species it is trying to save.
Aug. 18, 2014
Arizona Company Ordered To Pay $32 Million To California
Mission Fiber Group in Chandler and Burbank Recycling in California owe $32 million in restitution for illegally claiming money from CalRecycle for out of state aluminum beverage cans.
Aug. 18, 2014
New Parking Meter Hours Start Monday
Say goodbye to free parking on nights, weekends and holidays in downtown Phoenix. Extended meter hours go into effect Monday.
Aug. 18, 2014
Tempe Garden Grows Holistic Food For The Community
Community gardening has been popular for years. Neighbors get together to grow their own fruits and vegetables. Tempe’s Harvest for Humanity has been growing vegetables for the past 20 years, with a different goal in mind.
Aug. 17, 2014
South Mountain Neighborhoods Deal With Damage From Tuesdays Storm
Clean-up efforts are still underway in South Phoenix and Laveen. The devastation from Tuesday night’s storm ranges from flooded houses to damaged schools and closed streets.
Aug. 16, 2014
A Revisit To Ekta Mandir Hindu Temple
Recently, a map put together by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies showed which religious traditions have the second-highest number of followers in each state. What surprised a lot of people is that Hinduism took the second spot in Arizona.
Aug. 15, 2014
STEM Leaders, Students Gather At Innovation Summit
To increase the United States’ overall competitiveness, the fields of science technology engineering and math, or STEM, are being re-emphasized. Arizona is no exception.
Aug. 15, 2014
Pac-12, Other Conferences Want More Of Their Own Rules
The NCAA, which has overseen college athletics — including its schools and student-athletes — for more than a century, is gradually losing its power base.
Aug. 15, 2014
South Mountain Remains Closed
A section of South Mountain Park remains closed due to the heavy storm earlier this week. The city of Phoenix decided to close part of the mountain to asses for any serious damage.
Aug. 15, 2014
President Has Options For Executive Action On Immigration Reform
Now President Barack Obama is expected to take executive action on immigration before the end of the month.
Aug. 15, 2014
Multi-Lingual Primary Election Ballots Available
Maricopa County offers ballots in English and Spanish and a special touchscreen option for members of the Tohono O’Odham tribe.
Aug. 15, 2014
Unique Insect Species Adapt To Live In Arizona Caves
There’s a unique population of insects in our caves and caverns. And there’s a lot we still have to learn about them.
Aug. 15, 2014
Taking Another Look At Antibacterial Soaps
The active ingredient in many popular liquid soaps is called triclosan. The state of Minnesota decided to ban all products that contain triclosan as of Jan. 1, 2017.
Aug. 15, 2014
Sketch Comedy Group Bully Mammoth In The Studio
The Valley has a sketch group of its own, called Bully Mammoth.
Aug. 15, 2014
Neon Signs As Local Art On Display
The Seventh Annual Grid Show at the Trunk Space in Phoenix aims to capture nostalgia by displaying photographs and art of those iconic and vintage Arizona signs.
Aug. 15, 2014
Did You Know: Camelback Castle To Get A Makeover
Perched on the south side of Camelback Mountain is a home known as Camelback Castle. It’s like no other in the area. For nearly 40 years, this place has sat on a mountain overlooking the Valley.
Aug. 15, 2014
 Child Migrant Crisis Prompts Some To Open Their Homes
The recent wave of Central American families and children coming across the border has prompted outrage from some Arizonans, while it’s tugged at the heart strings of others.
Aug. 15, 2014
Phoenix Police Officer Fatally Shot Woman Following Altercation
A Phoenix police officer is on administrative leave after fatally shooting a woman in the West Valley on Thursday. The incident occurred as officers were trying to serve an emergency mental health pickup order.
Aug. 15, 2014
How Millennials Will Affect The Rental Market
New research suggests Millennials could be on the verge of having a major impact on the housing market.
Aug. 15, 2014
Ducey Camp Claims Brewer Cant Give PAC Money To Smith
A publicist for Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey is questioning whether Gov. Jan Brewer will be able to spend money from her Political Action Committee in support of candidate Steve Smith.
Aug. 15, 2014