Local News

Earth Notes: Drones in the Woods

Dec 28, 2016
Michele James

An exciting tool is providing a new way to better determine the effectiveness of restoration projects in northern Arizona forests. 


A judge is refusing to block a new voter-approved law raising Arizona's minimum wage.


Lowell Observatory

If you look toward the eastern horizon just before dawn on a clear moonless night, you should see a ghostly white glow shining up through the dark sky.  This is zodiacal light, caused when passing comets and colliding asteroids shed space dust. That dust scatters sunlight upwards well before sunrise.

Arizona Department of Transportation

The Arizona Department of Transportation is warning drivers not to park on the side of highways when they play in the snow. 

ABC 15

The Arizona Department of Public Safety has purchased seven hi-tech simulators to train law enforcement officers across the state.