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Las personas en zonas marginales de Phoenix sufren más el calor debido a la falta de sombra, poco dosel de árboles

PHOENIX – De acuerdo con el mapa de puntaje de equidad de los árboles, solo el 1 % del área de South Central Phoenix está debajo del dosel de los árboles. El mapa demuestra una estrecha relación entre la cantidad de sombra en un vecindario y el estatus social y económico de las personas que viven en ese vecindario.


Jorinde van Klinken’s two titles lead way for ASU in Pac-12 Track and Field Championships

EUGENE, Oregon – Although she wasn’t satisfied with her performance, Jorinde van Klinken led the way for ASU’s women in the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships.


Arizona arts commission gave grants to 30 artists. Here’s how they’re using them.

PHOENIX – Dozens of Arizona artists are expanding their creative horizons, thanks to 30 $5,000 research and development grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. The grants were for artists at any stage of their careers to help them experiment with techniques, create new works and more.


La creciente población latina de Arizona está subrepresentada entre los maestros

PHOENIX – Un informe de ALL In Education muestra que los estudiantes latinos en Arizona se están quedando atrás debido a la falta de maestros Latinx en el estado.


Arizona’s growing Latino population is underrepresented among teachers

PHOENIX - A report by ALL In Education shows Latino students in Arizona falling behind because of a lack of Latino teachers in the state.


COVID-related Medicaid coverage extended – for now – for 500,000 Arizonans

WASHINGTON - Federal officials threw a lifeline this week to as many as 500,000 Arizonans, just days before they were in danger of losing the Medicaid coverage they got under a COVID-19 public health emergency, which was extended Tuesday for another 90 days.


El fiscal general de Arizona pide a la corte que bloquee el plan de Biden de reabrir la frontera

PHOENIX – El fiscal general de Arizona, Mark Brnovich, junto con el fiscal general de Luisiana, Jeff Landry, y el fiscal general de Missouri, Eric Schmitt, presentaron una denuncia contra la administración de Biden por rescindir el Título 42.


Arizona among three states suing to block Biden from ending Title 42 for asylum seekers

PHOENIX – Arizona, Louisiana and Missouri have asked a federal judge to block the Biden administration from rescinding Title 42 – the policy banning asylum seekers that was enacted to protect public health during the pandemic.


Sequía en Lago Powell amenaza la producción de energía y el suministro de agua

PHOENIX – Los niveles de agua en el lago Powell, el segundo embalse más grande de los EE. UU., han caído por debajo de los 3,525 pies, un nivel crítico que la Oficina de Reclamación había pronosticado que no ocurriría hasta agosto. La disminución amenaza el suministro de agua y la hidroelectricidad para 40 millones de personas.


StandDown provides veterans with haircuts, legal, medical and housing services

PHOENIX – Hundreds of veterans lined up Thursday morning to receive legal, medical, housing and other services, during the 20th annual Maricopa County StandDown.


Some of Arizona’s top players headline NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament

PHOENIX – The NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament features multiple Valley athletes competing at the highest level of collegiate competition.


Valley ties: Arizona connections run deep in 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

PHOENIX – Six players from Arizona are on key teams in this year’s March Madness tournament, as well as five coaches who have ties to the Valley.