After 20 years of waiting, Arizona seniors are cheering the fact that Medicare will begin negotiating the prices of commonly-used, life-saving pharmaceuticals.
The wild burro population in northwest Arizona is about four times the appropriate management level, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
Grades are in for Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs and the Arizona Legislature. The Grand Canyon chapter of the Sierra Club and Chispa Arizona this week released this year’s environmental report card in English and Spanish.
Research has shown Gen Z has reported feeling double the amount of emotional distress compared to millennials and more than triple the levels reported by baby boomers.
Parents’ back-to-school checklist in Arizona might include double-checking to make sure their children still have health insurance.
Since last month, dental therapists can apply for licenses to practice in Arizona, and some believe they’ll play a critical role in a state full of dental health disparities.
Gas prices throughout the United States have continued to trend upward over the past several weeks, due to increasing oil prices.
Public school advocates are calling on the state board of education to protect dual language instruction, delivering a petition on Thursday signed by nearly 3,000 Arizonans who oppose Superintendent Tom Horne’s recent threats against the teaching model.
It has been less than a week since the United States Supreme Court ruled businesses which provide expressive goods can pick and choose who they want to work with.
A West Valley Republican state senator proudly displays a flag tied to Christian nationalism and other extremist movements on her desk on the floor of the Arizona Senate.