Getting rid of old medications usually means waiting for temporary collection sites set up by local law enforcement. But new grant funding from the Department of Justice aims to create permanent drop sites in Maricopa County.
Dozens of veterans are urging the Arizona Board of Regents to reinstate a University of Arizona medical marijuana researcher who was fired this summer. They said she was conducting valuable studies about the effects of pot on combat vets with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Coconino County officials say fleas have tested positive for the plague. Residents living near the affected area should stay vigilant and keep an eye on outdoor pets. But how worried should the rest of us be?
Close to 100 community members gathered in Guadalupe on Wednesday evening for a meeting organized by the court-appointed monitor in the racial profiling case against the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. The meeting was particularly significant given a history of tension between the Sheriff’s office and the predominantly indigenous Latino town.
Republican challenger Andy Tobin sought to gain votes during a 1st congressional district debate last night against incumbent Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick by arguing if voters oppose President Obama, they should oust her.
Officials with the Department of the Interior will be in Window Rock, Ariz. on Friday to sign a $554 million settlement. The agreement will end a decades-old lawsuit the Navajo Nation filed against the United States for resource mismanagement.
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission voted unanimously this week to begin negotiation efforts with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. They’d like to resolve three concerns they have with the Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the Mexican Wolf Recovery Proposal.
The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community recently wrapped up one of its last voter registration drives before the general election. It’s one of several efforts being held around the state to increase Native American voter participation.
Attorneys General from Arizona and Utah have nominated a former politician to manage a $100-million trust in a polygamist community. The trust was developed by fundamentalist religious leader Warren Jeffs who’s in prison for sexually assaulting young girls.
We spoke with Rep. Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona’s ninth congressional district about fixing the VA health system, U.S. air strikes against ISIS and what grade she would give the Obama administration for its domestic and foreign policies.