The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has left a sea of questions in its wake. This week, The Show is hearing from two Phoenix women who have had abortions, beginning with Xanthia Walker. → Listen to more stories from The Show
A 2020 National Science Foundation-funded study found that cloud seeding can generate precipitation, but other researchers are skeptical that cloud seeding can address the impacts of drought and climate change.
Cities and agriculture across the West put intense pressure on groundwater supplies. In some regions, there are few rules governing how and when people can pump. That’s true in rural Southern Arizona, where residents are seeing their wells dry up as big farms move in.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is having ripple effects across the country, including here in Arizona. As we await what will likely be a decision from the state Supreme Court on that, abortion providers in Arizona are stopping abortion services.
Uncontrolled wildfires are growing more frequent across western North America due to climate change, wildfire suppression, harmful insects and invasive grasses. Now, the authors of a study in the journal Wildlife Society Bulletin have added another culprit to that list: birds.
Seven species of sea turtles swim the world’s oceans, nearly all of them threatened or endangered by climate change, poaching and entanglement in fishing gear, among other threats. Five of those turtle species make their way into Mexico’s Gulf of California, where a family in the small Sonoran fishing town of Kino Bay is working to protect the turtles that reach its coasts.
The $14 billion National School Lunch Program provides midday meals to nearly 40% of U.S. children each day. A new study looks at the environmental impacts of these lunches, and how shifting the menu could help.
The current monsoon pattern is expected to bring more rain to Arizona. Tony Merriman of the National Weather Service in Phoenix said thunderstorms will likely brew each day into the middle of next week.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade on June 24, setting the stage for some states to enact restrictions on access to abortion. Here's what is important to know about abortion in Arizona right now based on interviews with health and policy experts.
Children can get long COVID-19, too. But research on the topic remains spotty, consisting mainly of small studies that exclude the youngest children and lack laboratory test results and control groups.
A program to reintroduce Mexican gray wolves into the wild has been controversial, and new reporting in the Intercept finds abuse in the system to compensate ranchers whose livestock were killed by wolves.