Starting this fall, Mesa Community College (MCC) will be among six community colleges to be the first to offer innovative curriculum by Apple.
Arizona cybersecurity experts called the WannaCry ransomware attacks among the worst they have seen, and said it’s a warning about a U.S. of cybersecurity.
Consumers spend millions of dollars to cosplay in Arizona, purchasing things like convention tickets, hotel stays, custom-made costumes and props.
The distinctive peak of Weavers Needle stands out in the saguaro-studded Superstition Wilderness.
Studies show that whether the traditional agricultural sector is ready or not, farmers are implementing automation and robots at an exponential rate.
Living in the East Valley, we’re just a short drive from one of the most beautiful, historically interesting spots in Arizona – the Superstition Mountains.
Tucson high school students compete in Racing the Sun competition with solar-powered go-karts. Tech Parks Arizona at University of Arizona hosts the event.
The first-ever March for Science will be held at more than 500 sites, including Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and Lake Havasu City, expected to draw thousands.
Phoenix fell from third to fifth place among cities for solar energy capacity last year, as the rest of the U.S. saw solar installation at a blistering pace.
Arizona’s 6 percent jump in solar jobs in 2016 reversed a sharp drop from a year earlier, but still trailed the nation's 25 percent growth in solar jobs.