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PHOENIX — There’s something in the Buckeye groundwater — a high mineral and salt content — that makes it hard to use, but the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station wants to … more
LOS ANGELES — Paloma Marolf had an active childhood with no major health concerns until she went into a diabetic coma at age 15. more
PHOENIX – A mild week can be expected across Arizona after a wet and wild holiday weekend. More rain is in the forecast for Wednesday as a weak storm moves into the Southwest. Temperatures will … more
TUCSON — The University of Arizona and a neighboring school district are working on a pilot program to “grow” Tucson residents into teachers, offering free tuition and paying them … more
PHOENIX — Schools take different approaches to recruit for their esports programs since there is no defined standard. Unlike traditional sports, esports didn’t exist 20 years ago. For … more
Close to 3 million people were expected to jam U.S. airports when the Thanksgiving travel season officially kicked off Friday, Nov. 22. And that’s not going to be the worst of it. more
PHOENIX — Food insecurity — not having regular access to affordable, nutritious food — is a national problem, but it has dropped in Arizona over the past few years and now is at the … more
SURPRISE — Starting a college football program is usually a long-term process. Not so for Ottawa University of Arizona. In 2017, the newly built school in Surprise had no football team. … more
WASHINGTON — A House committee gave preliminary approval Wednesday to a comprehensive marijuana reform bill that would decriminalize the drug while erasing pot convictions stretching back … more
PHOENIX — The Phoenix Shanti Group, a nonprofi t that has been serving HIV+ patients with a history of drug abuse or homelessness since 1987, will close next year. Lack of funding played … more
WASHINGTON — The Democratic National Committee confirmed last week that Arizona is one of eight battleground states it has targeted for the 2020 elections, already hiring organizers in the … more
PHOENIX — Tuesday marked 52 weeks until voters will elect a commander-in-chief, all 435 members of Congress and 33 of 100 senators. But for the first time since Bill Clinton won re-election in … more
PHOENIX — A cluster of overlapping circles distinguish a Frank Lloyd Wright home nestled in a rocky hillside at an edge of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. more
After Phoenix voters rejected Proposition 105, which would have stopped the expansion of light rail in south Phoenix, business owners fear they won’t be able to stay afloat during the project’s years of construction. more
Bracing winds are the white noise of the mountain, pierced only by the cheery conversation of hikers on a quest for hidden bounty: mushrooms. more
By Dylan Simard Cronkite News RIO VERDE — At Bartlett Lake and other reservoirs around the state, Arizona Game & Fish Department volunteers are building plastic cubes to serve as fish … more
By Tim Royan Cronkite News Monsoon storms, haboobs, scorching temperatures: Let’s face it, summer in Arizona comes with some big hazards. So it could be easy to forget one of the tiniest … more
By Abbagail Leon Cronkite News PHOENIX — Jessica Sauter moved from San Diego to Phoenix in November, and like many young mothers, she searched for ways to keep her 3-year-old occupied. She … more
By Abbagail Leon Cronkite News PHOENIX — The Arizona School Facilities Board helps fund new school buildings and renovations in Arizona to relieve outdated and overcrowded classrooms … more
By Taniyah Williamson and Tanner Puckett Cronkite News PHOENIX — While the debate around laws that would allow clean needle exchange programs to operate legally in Arizona continues, one … more
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