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The White Mountain Independent reported that education could very well be the defining issue across many state races in 2018 and Jonathan Gelbart, a Republican from northwest Phoenix, thin

Phoenix's KTAR reported that former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said Tuesday that he would run for the U.S.

KJZZ reported that The American Civil Liberties Union is dedicating significant resources to building a criminal justice reform advocacy team in Arizona as part of a larger national effort

The Arizona Republic reported that Mi-Ai Parrish, president of The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, will resign that position effective Jan.

VIDEO: Dan Hunting of Morrison Institute

Cronkite News reported that Arizona residents have pushed back against what they view as a history of discriminatory laws, police brutality and police overreach in a variety of ways – from

The West Valley View reported that “burnout” is one of many factors contributing to a teacher shortage that studies show is widespread throughout Arizona.

The Washington Post reported that Arizona Sens.

The Arizona Republic reported that while future changes in the job market are simply guesses and impossible to know, panelists at the Arizona State University Morrison Institute fo

KJZZ Radio reported that technology is changing transportation and the workforce in Arizona. For example, fleets of autonomous cars are taking part in road tests around the Valley.

Technology is disrupting our lives at an ever increasing pace, but Arizona State University’s futurist in residence has a message about that: Don’t be afraid.

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