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Water savings and checking accounts: How cities bank on future supply underground

The snowpack feeding the region’s rivers was near record low this year, so managers are looking to future water supplies underground.

Arizona’s water supply plagued by drought, SRP managers work to ensure steady supply

Water managers at Salt River Project say metro Phoenix has enough water, despite continued drought.

The right stuff: Young women take rising interest in taxidermy

There's an emerging trend of young women getting into the art of taxidermy these days, and many of them practice "ethical taxidermy." That means they only use the carcasses of animals that died accidentally or of natural causes.

Few Arizona buildings certified as ‘net zero,’ extreme climate poses challenges

The International Living Future Institute, a nonprofit that challenges communities to build sustainable environments, has certified DPR Construction’s Phoenix headquarters as a net zero energy building.

Arizona students stage ‘die-in’ outside governor’s office to demand action on gun violence

Students in Arizona and across the nation walked out on the anniversary of the Columbine school shooting in a growing movement supporting gun control.

Doctors use experimental skin spray to help woman heal from flesh-eating bacteria

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.

Swipe right: UA medical students meet their match for residency programs

Graduating students at University of Arizona College of Medicine learned where they are headed for the next four years of residency during a nationwide Match Day event.

Chinese Culture and Cuisine Festival offers a taste of Asia to Valley residents

Phoenicians came together to celebrate the year of the dog at annual Chinese Cultural Festival.

Arizona gun shop owner on retailers’ new restrictions: ‘I can understand why they did it’

David LaRue, the owner of Legendary Guns Inc. in Phoenix, said he was skeptical the decision by several major retailers this week to restrict gun sales would cause a boost to his business.

Student protesters march in Phoenix, call for removal of school resource officers

Students and activists marched through downtown Phoenix Friday calling for the removal of school resource officers from Arizona schools, saying they inspire fear in students of color.

Virtual reality arcades entertain with immersive games

Virtual reality arcades are coming to the Phoenix area as the technology and industry grow.