Search result for Ivan Rodriguez

La extinción es para siempre: Los bancos de semillas construyen biodiversidad frente al cambio climático

CLAREMONT, Calif. – Hay más de 1000 bancos de semillas en todo el mundo, 20 de ellos en los Estados Unidos, que trabajan para preservar ecosistemas frágiles que se vuelven menos diversos a medida que el planeta se calienta. Mientras que ciertos bancos solo se especializan en sus especies nativas, algunos bancos almacenan semillas de todo el mundo.


Mercury’s Brittney Griner in ‘good condition’ in Russian prison, State Department official says after visit

PHOENIX – Brittney Griner is in “good condition,” a State Department official said after Russia granted access to the Phoenix Mercury basketball star.


Termina oficialmente la expulsión de menores migrantes por pandemia, pero adultos siguen deportados

WASHINGTON – Los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades dictaminaron este fin de semana que los menores no acompañados no deben ser devueltos a la frontera por preocupaciones de COVID-19, una medida bien recibida por los defensores que dicen que el cambio ahora debe extenderse a todos los inmigrantes.


Pandemic expulsion of migrant minors officially ends; adults still covered

The CDC ruled this weekend that unaccompanied minors should not be turned back at the border over COVID-19 concerns, a move welcomed by advocates who say the change now needs to be extended to all immigrants.


Arizona official defends ‘remain in Mexico’ policy that Biden wants to end

WASHINGTON - The director of Arizona's Department of Homeland Security told a panel of lawmakers Wednesday that the Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as the “remain in Mexico” policy for immigrants, is helping to keep Arizonans safe.


‘The system works’: Electorate defends baseball Hall of Fame process despite high profile omissions

PHOENIX – The National Baseball Hall of Fame has come under scrutiny over the last decade due to controversial omission of high profile names, including Curt Schilling and Barry Bonds.


No Asante, no panic: Phoenix Rising remain confident as they prepare for 2022 season

TEMPE – Event without Solomon Asante, Phoenix Rising feel good about the direction of the upcoming season.


Crop talk: UArizona scientists learning how plants communicate with their environment

TUCSON – Scientists at the University of Arizona are testing how plants respond to their environment. Their goal is to engineer plants so they can withstand the effects of climate change.


Survey highlights ongoing teacher shortage for Arizona schools

PHOENIX – Nearly 2,000 teacher positions remain vacant in Arizona, and teaching positions are being filled by people who do not meet the standard teaching requirements, according to the Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association.


Phoenix Rising ya trabaja pensando en una nueva temporada

PHOENIX – El plantel del Phoenix Rising de 22 jugadores arribó a su sede después del descanso de invierno, el técnico del equipo Rick Schantz se encuentra satisfecho después de la primera semana de pretemporada.


From the desert to the Olympics: Valley’s Matthew Knies to play hockey for Team USA

PHOENIX – Phoenix’s Matthew Knies was selected to play for Team USA men’s hockey during the 2022 Winter Olympics after NHL officials decided in December not to free its players to take part in the Winter Games.


Four locals fight, four locals win at Bellator 273 event at Footprint Center

PHOENIX – Bellator MMA returned to Phoenix for its first event in the new year, and the event saw all four local fan favorites win their respective fights.