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Walgreens announced recently that it’ll stock Auvi-Q as an alternative to patients who need epinephrine. This is in the midst of a shortage of EpiPens, which has had some patients and pharmacies scrambling for the medicine used to treat severe allergic reactions.
Neo-Luddite Movement Grows
During the Industrial Revolution, some textile workers, called Luddites, rebelled against the machines replacing them. Today, in a world of Russian hacking and tracking and targeted ads, there is a new wave of Luddites who view technology with a healthy dose of skepticism.
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The Ethics Questions Of Modern Technology
Staying connected to the world, work and family is easier than ever —if a little tiring — thanks to technological advances in smartphones, smart speakers and search engines. But changes are so rapid now that huge questions keep popping up — especially ethical questions.
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Talking Stick Resort Set To Reopen
Talking Stick Resort plans to reopen on Monday, more than a month after monsoon storm flooding closed the hotel and casino.
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Scottsdale Progress Relaunches With Smaller Staff, Big Aspirations
The first issue of Scottsdale’s hometown newspaper published in 1948 — before the city was even officially a city. The last iteration of the Scottsdale Progress ended in 2009. The paper relaunched Sunday, Sept. 16 — an anomaly in an era of shrinking local news coverage.
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Brnovich Breaks Silence On Cellphone Consumer Fraud Investigation
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich spoke out for the first time about his investigation into a major search engine company's possible violation of the Consumer Protection Act.
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AZ Aerospace Company Grows In Sonora
Tempe-based Walbar Engine Components recently finished work on a new manufacturing facility in the Sonoran port city of Guaymas, near San Carlos.
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Saudi Investment To Help Arizona Car Factory
A $1 billion investment from Saudi Arabia is expected to fund a new factory in Pinal County.
The NFL And The Culture War
It seemed, for a while, the popularity of the NFL was on a dramatic upward trend that didn’t have an end in sight. But then a decision by some players to protest police violence by kneeling during the playing of the national anthem put the NFL right in the middle of the culture wars.
No Protections For Tenants In AZ Eviction Cases
Last year, landlords in Maricopa County filed nearly 63,000 eviction lawsuits. And, when they go through court, they can be completed in no time at all, according to a new investigation by Alden Woods and Agnel Philip for The Arizona Republic.
Boas On The Port Of Tucson
The Show regularly checks in with Editorial Board of the Arizona Republic to talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Tucson Community For Adults 55+ Features Brewery
SaddleBrooke Ranch just north of Tucson announced its opening a brewery and has even hired a brewmaster. As unique as this might sound, it’s not really. Other age-restricted communities feature wine cellars, movie theaters and bowling alleys.
Tempe Dispensary Touts Nation’s First Cannabis Kitchen
Tempe will soon be home to what’s believed to be the country’s first full-service cannabis kitchen. While pre-packaged snacks and shelf-stable food items have been available at Arizona dispensaries, fresh foods made on-site have not.
Report: Arizona Ranks 4th For Aerospace Attractiveness
When it comes to the aerospace and defense sector, a new report ranks Arizona high for attractiveness, but the state’s ranking has dropped a bit.
AZ Income Up, But Still Lags Behind Pre-Recession Levels
The median household income in the U.S. has been climbing since 2012 and finally — in 2017 — it crested pre-recession levels from 2007. But Arizona's median household income, at $56,581, is just shy of 2007 and 2008 numbers.
Flying The More Cramped Skies
Think about the last flight you were on. If you sat uncomfortably in your seat and thought back fondly to days of glamorous flying gone by, you’re not alone.
Hurricane Florence Not Expected To Affect Gas Prices
When a major hurricane hits, the price of gasoline often rises across the country. However prices aren’t reacting much to Hurricane Florence.
Court Rules Arizona Cities Can Tax Online Travel
An Arizona appeals court finds Phoenix and other Arizona cities can impose taxes, retrospectively, against online travel companies.
Federal Court Rules Against DeVos On Borrowing Rule
A federal judge has ruled against U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, in a case brought by 19 states and Washington, D.C.
Know Your Rights With Natural Hair In The Workplace
For African-American women, wearing your “natural hair” can be liberating. They no longer feel the pressure to conform to mainstream — straight — hairstyles. But, what rights do they have when it comes to how they wear their hair in the workplace?
AZ AG Investigating Companies For Consumer Fraud
The Arizona Attorney General’s office is investigating a search engine company — or companies — for potential consumer fraud related to things like location data.