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ASU's State Press presented a feature on the history of Gammage Auditorium, the iconic ASU landmark that continues to make up the cultural bedrock of Tempe.

The Arizona Republic reported that state political leaders say they already are on track to give Arizona teachers raises through the governor’s 2019 budget.

The 12 News Verify team reported that when pressed with questions about Arizona’s poor public teacher salaries, Gov.

The Arizona Republic reported that Arizona teachers and supporters flooded social media Wednesday with photos wearing red to school in protest of what many described as the state's letharg

Arizona Horizon guests Sarah Porter, Director of Arizona State University’s Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute, and Jim Holway, vice chair of the Central Ar

Arizona Public Media reported that while many point to teacher salaries as the best way to address Arizona's teacher recruitment and retainment problem, one group is putting a special emph

Phoenix Business Journal posted a blog by Steve Zylstra, president and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council, saying that Arizona companies need to fill thousands of openings.

In a column for AZCentral, Linda Valdez writes that the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District was not created to raid water from other counties, but that's what's happening.

ASU Now reported that this year's Morrison Prize was awarded to authors navigating rocky terrain of partisan politics.

KPNX 12News presented a Cronkite News report that stated nearly 1,000 DACA recipients in our state currently work as teachers.

KJZZ reported that while drought conditions persist in Arizona, people in the water policy world are trying to keep the Colorado River, lifeline for the Southwest, at healthy levels.

The Arizona Republic reported that Gov.

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