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Police Warn Of Phone Scam Involving Online Dating
The scam involves a person claiming to be from the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit and tells intended victims that they broke the law when they communicated on an online dating site with what they thought was another adult, but was actually a minor.
May. 6, 2019
Asteroid Sample Helps Settle Which Theories Hold Water
How bodies in the inner solar system like the Earth, the moon and Mars acquired water remains the subject of much debate. Now, samples brought back from asteroid Itokawa might help narrow the possibilities.
May. 6, 2019
Mexico’s President Apologizes For Delayed Sonoran Highway Construction
Mexico’s president said Friday that highway construction in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, won’t be completed this month as he promised. It's latest of many delays to the construction project.
May. 6, 2019
Even With Tomato Agreement, Some Duties Likely Still Coming
There is no sign yet of a new deal for imported Mexican tomatoes. But even a last-minute deal may not prevent some duties from being imposed. May 7 is the day the U.S. Commerce Department said it would withdraw from the Suspension Agreement on Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico.
May. 6, 2019
St. Joseph Catholic Church Moves Forward After Fire
Last week, a fire erupted at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Phoenix, destroying a majority of the main sanctuary. But that tragedy did not prevent parishioners from gathering over the weekend for regular Sunday Mass that were held in a meeting hall that was untouched by the blaze.
May. 6, 2019
UA Confirms NCAA Investigation Into Basketball Program
The University of Arizona has confirmed that the school’s basketball program is under investigation by the NCAA.
May. 6, 2019
Parts Of Tonto National Forest To Undergo Prescribed Burn
The two-day prescribed burn will cover approximately 800 acres of the Tonto National Forest northeast of Payson. Prescribed burns are conducted when weather conditions and fuel moisture content in the vegetation are favorable.
May. 6, 2019
Tiny T. Rex Cousin In New Mexico Fills In Fossil Gaps
Scientists have discovered a small cousin to the Tyrannosaurus rex in the Zuni Basin of New Mexico. The new species, dubbed Suskityrannus hazelae, could help fill in a key gap in dinosaur history. The juvenile fossils date to 92 million years ago.
May. 6, 2019
Helping Low-Income Residents Access Transportation In Rural Areas
Work is getting underway to help older, low-income adults get around in rural Arizona. The Maricopa Association of Governments is launching a Rural Transportation Incubator.
May. 6, 2019
Wife Of Venezuelan Opposition Leader Appears In Arizona
Days after opposition and military forces clashed in Venezuela, the wife of the country’s opposition leader spoke Saturday morning in Arizona.
May. 6, 2019
Etiquette 101: Why ASU Helps Students Master Table Manners
When 11,000 undergraduate students at Arizona State University accept diplomas tonight, they’ll join nearly 2 million undergrads nationwide. While they’re leaving behind university tests, they will face social tests. That’s why ASU designed a four-course meal for students with lessons most of us can use.
May. 6, 2019
Report: Home Seller Premiums Highest In May, June
ATTOM Data solutions examined more than 28 million home and condo sales over the last eight years. It found certain months and days when sellers earned the highest premiums — that’s the percentage difference between the median sales price and the estimated market value.
May. 6, 2019
Calls For Arizona Department Of Corrections Director Ryan’s Removal Grow
Democratic House lawmakers and reform groups have called for Director Charles Ryan to step down. On Friday, the ACLU of Arizona organized a march from ADC headquarters to Gov. Doug Ducey’s office.
May. 4, 2019
Will Former Phoenix Southwest Key Worker Accused Of Sex Crimes Take Plea Deal?
There’s a plea bargain on the table for Fernando Magaz Negrete, a former worker at a shelter for unaccompanied migrant children, who stands accused of sex crimes against a 14-year-old girl.
May. 3, 2019
Wife Of Juan Guaidó In Sedona On Saturday
The Sedona Forum is an annual event where politicians, national security officials and think tankers have off-the record conversations about high stakes global issues. But at least one session this year will be broadcast to the world.
May. 3, 2019
Giant Puppets Return To The Border For Nogales Art Festival
Giant puppets are returning to both sides of the border in Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Mexico, for a performance and art fair this Sunday. The Beyond the Wall Festival is back in Nogales for the second time this year.
May. 3, 2019
Effort To Hold Pharmaceutical Companies Accountable Moving Quickly
In a landmark case, a jury in Boston found the former billionaire and Insys Therapeutics executive John Kapoor and his four co-defendants guilty of racketeering and conspiracy Thursday evening.
May. 3, 2019
The Presidents Get Ranked In This New Book
In the new book "The Presidents," Brian Lamb and Susan Swain of C-SPAN — along with a team of historians — rank those leaders from No. 1 to No. 43. The top ten is led by Abraham Lincoln and includes seven who served in the 20th Century. Meanwhile, the impeached Andrew Johnson is No. 42 — ahead of only James Buchanan.
May. 3, 2019
Why The Energy Bar Market Is Booming
Walk into pretty much any grocery store, and you’ll find an aisle filled with energy bars. To talk about the booming bar market, The Show talked to Marc Peruzzi, a contributing editor to Outside Magazine,
May. 3, 2019
Girls Scouts Honoring Famous Women On Cabin Murals
When you think of the girl scouts what comes to mind? For most people, it's the cookies. But Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine directors like Christina Spicer wants the girls to think of more than cookie sales, they want them to think of influential people in history they might look up to.
May. 3, 2019

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