On eve of NBA Draft lottery, Devin Booker and other Suns reflect on he one-and-done rule. It worked for the Suns standout. But questions remain if the rule is doing its job.
A nun who is a doctor established Circle the City, a medical-care facility for people who are homeless. The work started with her collecting donations in a shoebox. It expanded in April to a second location.
After fighting for nearly two decades, Patricia Cesspooch just started her own business on the Colorado river.
Chronic sleep disorders can lead to health problems, including serious illness or death, according to sleep specialists.
WASHINGTON - Since 2016, Arizona has methodically worked its way through a backlog of 6,424 rape kits that had been sitting in evidence rooms for years, testing more than half by this spring resulting in eight hits on suspects in previously unsolved crimes.
Rio Rico High School has nine state championships in cross country and track and field since 2000 and 86 individual gold medals in state competition.
ACLU wants Greyhound to end ‘warrantless searches’ of passengers by Customs and Border Protection agents
The ACLU sent out a letter to Greyhound addressing their warrantless searches and incidents.
Four Phoenix tattoo artists are licensed by California-based Skin Motion, which developed an app that can read a sound wave stencil tattooed on skin and play back a recording over a smartphone
Arizona residents share their thoughts about the demands of the Red for Ed movement and the governor’s response.
Arizona communities receive thousands of dollars to clean up contaminated or blighted ‘brownfields’ properties
Throughout Arizona, local communities have received hundreds of thousands of dollars from an Environmental Protection Agency grant to clean up, redevelop or demolish properties once contaminated by hazardous substances or pollutants.
Arizona teachers angry about salaries considered among the lowest in the nation rallied at the state Capitol on Wednesday, part of a continuous wave of protests in the #RedForEd movement.
Doctors applied ReCell, a skin spray that ensures faster regeneration of cells, to help a Peoria woman recover from necrotizing fasciitis, a deadly illness. They had to get special approval from the FDA to use the burn spray on flesh-eating bacteria.