Arizona Governor Doug Ducey

Maya Springhawk Robnett / KAWC

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is launching his bid for a second term with a series of stops and interviews around the state.

Kim Johnson / KAWC Colorado River Public Media

The head of U.S. Homeland Security toured the Mexican border near Yuma with Arizona’s governor on April 18th.  KAWC’s Kim Johnson has details…

Amanda Solliday - KAWC

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunt, where people hide an object and invite others to find it using the global positioning system, or GPS.

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced Feb. 8 that the game will now be allowed on state trust lands.

If you’ve never been geocaching, then you’re a muggle.

Arizona Capitol Museum

Representatives from sixteen environmental organizations are meeting with state legislators Feb. 9 during the annual Environmental Day at the Capitol. The group will advocate for changes in Arizona’s water laws.

Organizer Sandy Bahr with the Sierra Club said environmental groups feel left out of Governor Ducey’s new Water Augmentation Council. Bahr would like to see more policy emphasis on the health of rivers, streams and lakes in Arizona.

Many Arizona Schools Need Wireless Upgrade For iPads

Sep 10, 2015
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Yuma-iPads are now in the hands of hundreds of K-12 students in Arizona schools as they attempt to integrate new technologies and prepare students for future careers.

But that educational process is being hindered in some districts because schools struggle to provide high-speed internet access.

As KAWC’s Stephanie Sanchez reports many schools need thousands of dollars in funding so they can upgrade their school network infrastructures.

7-year old Mateo Heras shows off his favorite game on his brand new iPad.