The slogan going green is everywhere these days. In the energy production business, it may be taking on a new meaning. Some power companies are looking at green algae to clean up emissions and produce biofuel at the same time.
Phoenix, AZ – The state's retirement systems are going to have to get rid of any investments they have in companies that do certain kinds of business in Sudan -- unless it costs too much. Arizona Public Radio's Howard Fischer explains.
Phoenix, AZ – The lawyer for state lawmakers is due in court today to explain to a federal judge why his clients need more time to comply with his English Language Learners order. Arizona Public Radio's Howard Fischer explains.
On Wednesday the federal government returned the Colorado River to some of its former glory. The Bureau of Reclamation unleashed a two and a half day artificial flood through the Grand Canyon to rebuild beaches and create wildlife habitat. But environmentalists, and even some federal officials, say the experiment doesn't go far enough. Daniel Kraker from Arizona Public Radio reports.