Over the weekend, reports surfaced that the Syrian government carried out a suspected chemical weapons attack on the rebel-held capitol of Douma. Here for our weekly look at the big international stories in the coming days is the BBC’s Rich Preston.
The Southwest drought continues, and Lake Mead levels are dropping to levels that could indicate a very near-term shortage. How close are we to making tough decisions to help assure our future water supply? Arizona Republic editorial director Phil Boas joins The Show for his weekly appearance to talk about it.
With Arizona’s unemployment rate around five percent, many companies struggle to find workers. But one job fair hopes to close the gap by connecting employers with potential employees they may have overlooked.
The Santa Cruz River is a big reason why Tucson exists, and has for thousands of years. But, like other desert waterways, the river doesn't always flow. Re-use of treated wastewater is bringing sections of the riverbed to life.
The Justice Department has announced charges against seven individuals related to the seizure of Backpage.com. The defendants include founders Michael Lacey and James Larkin of Paradise Valley, as well as five others.
On Friday, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2153. It blocks any local ordinance that requires non-profit groups involved in local elections to register as political action committees. And it makes sure to prohibit any requirement to identify contributors.
Phoenix New Times founder Michael Lacey was charged in a federal indictment on Friday, according to reports. This is because Lacey is also one of the founders of the controversial classified site, Backpage.com.
Baseball is much more advanced than it used to be. Nutrition and training regimens are better than they were even a decade ago. There are stats about stats with acronyms no one understand. But perhaps no other part of the game is scrutinized as closely as pitching.
Mexican and American researchers are exploring ancient archaeological sites in Mexico, near the Sonora-Arizona border. Their studies might bring more light not only to the region’s past… but also to the present indigenous communities.