It's hard to put a label on author Pam Houston's books. The prize-winning writer blends together fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Houston will be in Flagstaff this weekend headlining the Northern Arizona Book Festival. In KNAU's latest Southwest Book Review, writer Ann Cummins reviews Houston's latest novel, Contents May Have Shifted, the true story of an imaginary character named Pam Houston.
In an historic move, a group of Republican senators united with Democrats this week to approve the plan by Governor Jan Brewer to sharply expand the state's Medicaid program. Arizona Public Radio's Howard Fischer reports.
Business experts from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University say the state’s economy is rebounding… But they say federal budget cuts are creating a drag on growth. Arizona Public Radio’s Terry Ward reports…
A Senate panel agreed this week to give schools an extra $82 million in inflation funding - and then permanently take away hundreds of millions more in state aid. Arizona Public Radio's Howard Fischer explains.
Northern Arizona University biologists have pinpointed the source of one of the deadliest plagues of all time. The discovery not only solves some ancient mysteries about the first pandemic, but could also provide answers in the event of a bioterrorism threat.
Imagine an adhesive that could take the place of pins and plates when fixing broken bones, or that could replace staples and sutures during surgery. But creating a glue that sticks to a wet surface is no easy task. That's why University of Utah researchers are taking their cues from a proven master of the art - the diminutive caddisfly.