A new report highlights policy actions it says could benefit people living in rural Arizona.
Experts say consumer interest and sales of electric vehicles in Arizona and across the country aren’t slowing down.
The percentage of female engineers varies by specialty, but 2021 figures show only 9% of mechanical engineers are women. One Arizona State University student is working to change it.
Experts across the West have met to discuss the potential impacts of the Inflation Reduction Act as the one-year anniversary of the piece of legislation approaches.
In June 2023, home prices in the United States decreased by 0.83 percent compared to last year to a median price of $425,177
Intense heat is nothing new for Arizona summers, but the state has been enduring a record heat wave for a number of weeks.
Kari Lake has — once again — appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court in her bid to overturn her 17,000-vote loss last year that has so far been rejected at every turn because she has failed to produce evidence backing up her bombastic claims of fraud and vote-rigging.
It’s been just over two weeks since Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs issued two-pro LGBTQ+ executive orders which ensure gender-affirming care is covered by state health plans and prohibits state agencies from funding or supporting what is known as conversion therapy
Vegas sealed the series victory in five games, triumphing before an ecstatic, franchise-record crowd of 19,058 at T-Mobile Arena.
Gov. Katie Hobbs decorated the Ninth Floor balcony with four pride flags. The Democrat, a staunch supporter of LGBTQ rights, vowed in a statement to continue working to ensure equality for all Arizonans.