Cronkite News reported that Arizona’s $11.8 billion budget for fiscal 2020, which was passed only after Republican lawmakers demanded changes to child sex-abuse laws, includes money for sc
The Arizona Republic reported that a developer came up with a plan 15 years ago to get enough drinking water to an untouched swath of desert near Lake Pleasant for a massive neighborhood i
The Arizona Republic reported that two-thirds of likely Arizona voters, regardless of their political affiliation, acknowledge climate change is happening and most who think it is are "ext
Crime is down in Arizona but more people are in prison, and confronting that issue will require a broad range of changes plus a lot of courage, according to a group discussion on criminal justice r
Easing the problem of homelessness will require communities to build more affordable housing, and that will require creating a new narrative with people who oppose it, according to two Arizona Stat
RealClearEducation posted a commentary that America’s competitiveness in the global economy depends on our ability to remain at the forefront of scientific discovery and technological prod
City leaders for years have talked up revitalizing Old Town Peoria.
Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute talked with Arizona Horizon about the next steps to be taken by
In a two-part feature, the Douglas Dispatch reports that the documentary “Teaching in Arizona” was recently screened for the general public at Douglas High School.
In its "Rewriting the West" series, Guernica published a story by author Fernanda Santos, a narrative journalism professor at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalis
ASU Now reported that a six-author team that conducted an unprecedented analysis of the structuring of conservation easements in the face of rapid climate change has been awarded the 2019
The Downtown Devil reported that over the past 10 years, Arizona State University’s campus has evolved and helped bring life into downtown Phoenix.