Arizona Republic editor Phil Boas wrote that Phoenix-area artists will soon tell the story of the ancient Huhugam people, who thrived in this place hundreds of years before air conditionin

Arizona just had the wettest October on record, but that doesn’t mean the drought is over. Likewise, a 63 percent voter turnout in the midterm election on Nov.

The Scottsdale Independent reported that Esperança, a Phoenix-based nonprofit whose mission is to improve health and restore hope both locally and globally, announced David Schlinkert as its newest

The Arizona Republic reported that progress is being made in the Arizona Department of Water Resources and the Central Arizona Project discussions that will lead to Arizona’s Drought Conti

U.S. News & World Report reported that the midterm election results say more about where different categories of people live.

Cronkite News reported that former Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and two-time former Rep.

The New York Times on Nov. 10 reported on the too-close-to-call Arizona race for the U.S.

Chamber Business News reported that according to Pew Research Center, 51 percent of registered voters say they are more enthusiastic about voting than usual.

The Sedona Eye reported that the Arizona Community Foundation, Republic Media and Morrison Institute for Public Policy announced five winners in the Water Public Art Chall

KJZZ reported that in the race for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board, there were 14 non-partisan candidates running for five open seats on the 15-member board.

The votes have been cast, the election is over and the people have spoken. But what does it all mean?

Election Day is finally here.