A federal judge in California has temporarily blocked the government from immediately deporting migrant families after they’ve been reunited, and lawyers for the government said it was unclear how the pause will impact ongoing reunifications.
Is bigger really better? It’s a question that can apply to a lot of things, but The Show's guest asks it about housing. When people talk about this kind of thing, they often use the phrase “McMansions.”
An Arizona charter school held an emergency budget meeting over the weekend after criticism over a lack of public comment that may have violated the state’s Open Meeting Law. American Leadership Academy Director Glenn Way is also under scrutiny after earning millions of dollars for building his campuses.
In 2016, One Arizona sent out an army of volunteers across the state and registered more than 150,000 new voters leading up to the election. It set a record for new voters registered in a single year. Now, they’re announcing a new voter registration campaign for 2018.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet in Helsinki today. But it’s not the first time the neutral nation has been used for high-level negotiations between the two global powers.
Tucson, Arizona, used to be a city of lawns. Patches of Bermuda grass lined residential neighborhoods, kept green — even in blazing summer months — with diligent watering. Over the decades, that has changed.
Work is underway to turn a former pipe plant into a new industrial development south of downtown Phoenix. The 50–acre site at the southeast corner of 7th Street and Interstate 17 will house a logistics center.
As the nation faces a shortage of commercial truck drivers, one of the biggest trucking companies is trying a new program to attract drivers. Phoenix-based Swift joins other trucking companies participating in the United States Military Apprenticeship Program.