Main Feature

Imagine going back to school to a one-room Arizona schoolhouse in the 1880s… could you handle it? You and your class can find out on a fabulous field trip this year!

In My Neighborhood

Families Enjoyed Music, Games & More at KidsFest
UA Invites Kids to Summer Science Saturday in July
Girl Scout Leadership Campus Is Here
Reporters Hike Saguaro National Park
Opinion: What's the Future for the Affordable Care Act?
Life Size Holiday Gingerbread House A Winter Memory

Kids in the Know

  • Fidget Fun! School Bans Begun?

    With the massive popularity of fidget spinners, should schools impose a classroom bans?

  • Fashion Moves Forward at Pima College

    Pima West Campus hosted the 11th Annual Spring Fashion Show, showcasing student designs selected by the Fashion and Design Department. 

  • Coming Soon—the Self Driving Car

    More than 20 teams came to the University of Arizona in April. They came to create and test software for the UofA’s CAT vehicle.

Going Places

Movies & TV

  • It’s No Wonder Why Everyone’s Falling for ‘Wonder Woman’

    Wonder Woman champions the DC Expanded Universe in their first critical blockbuster success.

  • Disney animator talks Moana, inspirations

    Darrin Butters, a veteran Disney animator, spent a day meeting with bloggers and journalists in Phoenix, Ariz., on Friday, Nov.

  • Star vs. Forces of Evil
    Star vs. Forces of Evil Returns!

    It’s going to get a little weird and wild! Star vs. the Forces of Evil is coming back to Disney XD July 11! Created by Daron Nefcy, the show aired on Disney XD on March 30, 2015.

Sports Beat

  • Meet UofA Women’s Soccer Coach

    Meet Tony Amato, head coach for the Arizona Soccer team. Amato has enjoyed a lifelong love for the game.

  • Basketball Tournament Builds Friendships

    The Lute Olson and Mo Tangara 16U World Basketball Classic Tournament was held at Catalina High School from June 1–7.

  • Cuba Skate connects US Skateboarding enthusiasts with Cuban skateboarders. Photo by Genêt Klasek
    Cuba Skate a Big Boon for Cuban Skateboarders

    Cuba Skate, a non-profit based out of Washington, D.C., coordinates and provides donated gear to skateboarding lovers in Cuba.