Aimed toward local students and educators in grades K-12 but free and open to everyone, the Prescott Regional SciTechFest is back! This year, the festivities and events have been transformed into a virtual hub for promoting a culture that celebrates STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) within the Quad Cities area and beyond. One
April 7, 2021
Fact is, all the books, tablets, and notepads kids use for studying are useless if their brains are not in top functioning form. There are certain nutrients that are crucial for their brain development, and better brain development means better brain function, memory, and concentration—all of which contribute to better academic performance. To keep your
Editor’s Note: See our coverage of the first day of the trial here, the second day here, and the third day here, the fourth day here, and the fifth day here. Day Six started with an intriguing but mysterious ruling by the judge that there had been no juror misconduct. He did not say what the misconduct might have been.
Virtual Drinking Sessions During the Pandemic Have Been a Positive Change to Arizonans’ Drinking Habits, Reveals Research
1 in 10 have played drinking games via video call over the past year during the pandemic. 76% of women say the main advantage of virtual drinking is that it’s safer than going out & mixing with others. The average drinker consumes 2.2 alcoholic drinks during a 1-hour video call. At the start of the pandemic,
Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation to extend Arizona’s Prison Transition Program and continue offering help to those who have served time, expanding on his administration’s commitment to public safety and responsible criminal justice reform. “The Prison Transition Program is smart, proven and effective public policy,” said Governor Ducey. “I’m thrilled to see it extended so
There was a surprising moment of levity at a recent Senate Finance Committee hearing. And it came in the midst of a rather dry discussion on U.S. tax policy. In an exchange focused on obscure provisions of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) asked, “Should the beat go on?” Carper