As the country continues to mourn after losing 17 in yet another school shooting students in Parkland, Florida are making sure their friends deaths weren't in vain. Dozens visited Florida's capitol demanding to talk to lawmakers in hopes that they'll join them in changing the state's gun policies. Across the state thousands of other students have walked out of their schools to remember those lost and support the survivors.
The United States is one of the largest food producers in the world, largely in part to the use of modern pesticides that combat insects and other organisms threatening food supply. Here in the Desert Southwest pesticides are a part of life and are used on agriculture fields all around us. These chemicals are delivered in a variety of ways from crop dusting planes and helicopters to specially equipped tractors.
It's one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year; and whether you watch it for the game, the commercials or the half-time show, you're not alone. On Sunday, according to the latest numbers over a hundred million people watched as the Eagles fought for their first Super Bowl win. The Patriots came in to the game with five Super Bowl rings in hand and were favored by many to take home a sixth.
Both California and Arizona have some sort of "Good Samaritan" laws, these laws protect a person who renders aid to someone in distress and keeps them safe from being sued. Now, Arizona is looking to pass a "Bad Samaritan" law which would prosecute bystanders that refuse to call 9-1-1 in the event of a life-threatening emergency.