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Report Suggests Changes To Tribal Consultation Practices
A report has drawn the attention of federal lawmakers and tribal leaders, who are making changes to consultation procedures.
May 3, 2019
Construction Underway On Cross-Border Pipeline Expansion
After getting a construction green light last month from the U.S. government, crews have been working on a compressor station for Kinder Morgan’s Sierrita pipeline. It runs from near Tucson to the border in Sasabe.
May 3, 2019
Exoplanet Habitability: It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts?
Over the next decade, scientists will gather vast stores of data describing the atmospheres of distant worlds. But some of their colleagues argue that the key to a planet’s habitability might truly lie in its interior.
May 3, 2019
Crossing Mexico: An Economy That Depends On An Open Border
The economies of two towns — dependent on each other and on the relatively easy crossing across the Suchiate River — show how the free passage between Mexico and Guatemala is a way of life along this border, similar to how it once was between the U.S. and Mexico.
Part I: Migrants Idle Long Before Reaching U.S. Border
Part II: They Cross Oceans, Mountains And Rainforests
May 3, 2019
Military Report Details Sexual Assault In The Ranks
Six percent of women in the military said they were sexually assaulted in 2018, according to a new report from the Pentagon. The report from the military comes as Sen. Martha McSally is spearheading an effort to reduce the number of sexual assaults in the military.
May 2, 2019
Insys Therapeutics Exec Found Guilty In Bribery Case
A jury has found one-time billionaire and drug company executive John Kapoor and his four co-defendants guilty of a racketeering conspiracy. The verdict came after 15 days of deliberations.
May 2, 2019
Podcast Playlist: The Dream
Multi-level marketing companies often promise you part time work and high salaries. But according to podcast The Dream, it seems very few participants successfully make a living.
May 2, 2019
Geraldine Jerry Emmett Dies At 104
Geraldine “Jerry" Emmett, a lively centenarian from Prescott who got to call the votes alongside Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego at the Democratic National Convention in 2016, has passed away.
May 2, 2019
Why This Author Says Its Dangerous To Be A Boy
It’s dangerous to be a boy. That’s the stark conclusion author Michael Reichert has come to after studying modern boyhood for his new book "How to Raise a Boy: The Power of Connection to Raise Good Men."
May 2, 2019
Study: Female Politicians Face More Negative Scrutiny
There are now more than 20 official Democratic candidates in the 2020 race to challenge President Donald Trump. A recent media review put together by Northeastern University has determined that those female candidates have received more negative coverage than their male opponents.
May 2, 2019
Climate Change A Factor In Migration To The U.S. Border
There are many reasons hundreds of thousands of migrants are making the dangerous trek from Central America — and even farther away — to get to our southern border. One of those reasons may be climate change.
May 2, 2019
Arizona Seeing Rapid Job And Population Growth
Arizona had the fourth highest percentage of job creation in the country last year, just behind Nevada, Utah and Idaho. Arizona was also the fourth fastest state for population growth last year.
May 2, 2019
APS Reports Earnings 6 Times Higher Than Last Year
APS’s parent company, Pinnacle West, reported Wednesday hefty first-quarter profits of more than $17 million — nearly six times higher than last year at this time. Arizona Republic reporter Ryan Randazzo covers APS, and he joined The Show to talk about this report.
May 2, 2019
The Takeaway: Trump And Democrats Agree To $2 Trillion In Infrastructure Spending
On Tuesday, Democratic Party leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi emerged from a meeting with President Trump. The topic was once again about infrastructure. And all parties involved seemed to have reached a deal: $2 trillion in spending to provide jobs and badly needed repairs to the nation's infrastructure.
May 2, 2019
Sounds Of The City: Bottling Milk The Old-Fashioned Way
Listen to the sounds of Kevin Danzeisen filling milk bottles at Danzeisen Dairy. If you have suggestions or hear things that make Phoenix, Phoenix, send us a note at [email protected]
May 2, 2019
The Takeaway: AG William Barr Refuses To Testify Before House Panel
After testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday, Attorney General William Barr is refusing to testify before the House on Thursday.
May 2, 2019
Debate Over Sun City Recreation Centers Turns Dramatic
A debate in the Arizona state Senate over whether recreation centers in Sun City should be subject to certain community planning laws took a dramatic turn Wednesday.
May 2, 2019
Bill Aimed At Improving School Safety Heads To Governors Desk
Arizona lawmakers approved new mandates to improve school safety Wednesday. Republican Nancy Barto helped convince colleagues the bill would implement school district requirements for documenting and reporting potentially dangerous activities on a campus.
May 2, 2019
Arson Investigators Now Looking Into Fire At Phoenix Church
Arson investigators now are looking into a fire that destroyed the main sanctuary of a Catholic church in north Phoenix. Meanwhile, Phoenix police say a Presbyterian church close by was broken into and badly vandalized early Wednesday along with a school vandalized in what appears to be an attempted burglary.
May 2, 2019
New Brain Disorder Identified Thats Similar To Alzheimer’s Disease
Scientists have discovered a brain disorder that looks a lot like Alzheimer’s disease. It’s called LATE (limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43 encephalopathy) — and this latest discovery highlights the need to be better able to tell different kinds of dementia apart.
May 2, 2019

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