Ann Weaver Hart given extra year through June 2017.
Gary Kiehne nearly broke a persistent political trend.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruling sets precedent.
ASU's Charles Arntzen pioneered the plant biotechnology that led to an Ebola treatment.
Researchers at ASU's Biodesign Institute pioneered the use of tobacco plants to produce antibodies.
The proposal would include all UA property, indoors and out.
Eligible employees to get up to six weeks paid for birth, adoption.
When Oro Valley native Jessica Hickam finished working as a production assistant on “Star Trek Into Darkness,” she had a “now what?” moment.
Six Rincon High School graduates have each been awarded $1,200 scholarships from the Rincon Ranger Foundation.
There are more underage victims of sex trafficking in Arizona than are currently identified through the juvenile court system, Arizona State University researchers have found.
The University of Arizona’s law school is turning up the heat on its competitors as demand for traditional law degrees continues to dwindle.
PHOENIX — What’s the best way to boost the Arizona economy?
Several local schools took home awards at the annual state MESA Day competition hosted by Arizona State University on April 12.
OSIRIS-REx will grab a piece of an asteroid; the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will explore the mysteries of the universe.
PHOENIX – State lawmakers approved a $9.23 billion budget for the coming fiscal year Monday as Senate Republicans agreed on a spending plan higher than they had originally wanted but still less than sought by Gov. Jan Brewer and even their House GOP counterparts.
TEMPE — Former President Bill Clinton said Saturday that the supercharged political environment makes cutting the government’s long-term debt a difficult task — and cited a recent Republican tax plan as a perfect example.
Rep. Matt Salmon was blunt when talking to the biggest names in Arizona’s higher-education system in a crowded conference room at ASU’s Polytechnic campus on Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Arizona is expected to post the second-highest rate of job growth among states in 2014, trailing only booming North Dakota, according to a recent report.
When most workers retire before they are Medicare-eligible at 65, they have to bear the costs of health insurance on their own.