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Maricopa County Approves Plan to Build Over 600 Affordable Housing Units
In an effort to mitigate high rent and lack of available housing in the Phoenix area, the Board of Supervisors at Maricopa County approved in April the construction of more than 600 affordable housing units, which will receive $17 million in funding.
The Current Situation of Wildfires in Arizona
Arizona is experiencing what officials are considering to be a catastrophic wildfire season.
“A New Normal” for Arizona as Megadrought Continues for 22nd Year
In August 2021, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior declared the first-ever Tier 1 shortage for the Colorado River operations being executed by the Bureau of Reclamation – the federal bureau in charge of declaring water shortages.
Special Olympics Arizona Returns After 2-Year Hiatus
Athletes have been pumped for the reopening of the Arizona Special Olympics in Glendale following a two-year break due to the pandemic.
Affordable Internet is On the Way for Eligible Arizona Households
Thanks to President Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure bill, multiple states will be able to improve and upgrade vital infrastructure.
Arizona Restaurant Week Returns this Summer
Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW) is running from May 20 to May 29 this year, giving food lovers the chance to enjoy prix-fixe dinners at 126 local restaurants and counting.
Arizona Sees Increase of Drug Use Disorders Over a Decade
Data from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) reveals the health outcomes of Arizonans from 2009 to 2019.
Arizona Poised to Prosecute Abortion Providers with Roe v. Wade Reversal
A leak of a draft Supreme Court decision to end the nationwide right to abortion has sparked much debate and speculation that other landmark rulings could now be on shakier ground, including those that legalized same-sex marriage and birth control.
Arizona Has Plenty of Higher Ed Institutions and Low Tuition, but Graduation Rates Remain a Problem
Arizona is one of the 18 states and U.S. territories with more than 120 colleges or universities, according to a study compiled with data from the Department of Education that measures SAT scores, tuition, and more within states for 2022.