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Silva Mathema
Deal or no deal, the fact remains that DACA is set to be rescinded in just a few months. And if that happens, there are many voices in the business community who are warning that effects will be felt far and wide.
Sep. 14, 2017
Jill Colvin
The news out of the White House Thursday morning was almost Shakespearean: is DACA to be or not to be? Associated Press Reporter Jill Colvin and her colleague Erica Werner broke the news that Trump had agreed with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to “enshrine” the protections of DACA and "the wall would not be any part of this agreement.”
Sep. 14, 2017
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Are millennials ruining the beer industry? A great conversation about the ways in which the media blames young people for the ills of society.
Sep. 14, 2017
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Storms like Hurricane Irma don't discriminate when they make landfall, but the country’s most vulnerable often fare the worst amid a natural disaster.
Sep. 14, 2017
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For the past year, San Diego has been in the midst of a major Hepatitis A outbreak. The city has responded with a street washing program, but more cases are expected to be reported.
Sep. 14, 2017
The tools needed for building the future aren’t listed in a catalog. Sometimes the arts and sciences must walk hand-in-lab-glove to invent them.
Sep. 14, 2017
Five percent of the land area in the U.S. has a direct effect on 60 percent of the country’s rivers and streams. And while metro areas are at the root of that, the impacts are not due to those cities’ residents but rather their infrastructure.
Sep. 14, 2017
Medical marijuana
Arizona’s Supreme Court ruled to let the lower Appellate Court’s ruling on medical marijuana stand.
Sep. 14, 2017
Lemons
The U.S. grows lemons in California, Arizona, Florida and Texas. But they are not all used for the same purpose. After hurricanes Harvey and Irma, harvests in Texas and Florida are threatened and supply is needed from elsewhere.
Sep. 14, 2017
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The latest status hearings in the Parsons v. Ryan prison health care settlement showed the state is still failing to meet many health care performance measures.
Sep. 13, 2017
Two real estate companies have bought the historic Park Central Mall with plans to revitalize the old shopping center.
Sep. 13, 2017
Border Patrol shooting
One man is dead and a second is under arrest after a rolling gunfight with Arizona state troopers and U.S. Border Patrol agents early Wednesday morning.
Sep. 13, 2017
Robot
When the economic discussion turns to artificial intelligence, robots and jobs, fear of the effect on humans is usually the first emotion to emerge.
Sep. 13, 2017
For many students, school can be a challenge. For students who are transgender, it can be a battleground. In the most recent U.S. Transgender Survey by the National Center for Transgender Equality, nearly three-quarters of Arizona students who are transgender said they experienced some form of mistreatment at school.
Sep. 13, 2017
Dante Lauretta
The OSIRIS-REx mission is celebrating an anniversary. Last week marked one year since the spacecraft was launched. Its goal is to study the asteroid Bennu. Dante Lauretta is principal investigator of the OSIRIS-REx mission. He's also a professor of Planetary Science and Cosmochemistry at the University of Arizona.
Sep. 13, 2017
One of Arizona’s top regulators is leaving his post for a job with the Trump administration. On Wednesday, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Doug Little announced he will be joining the Department of Energy where he will serve as deputy assistant secretary for Intergovernmental and External Affairs
Sep. 13, 2017
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Al and Samantha Barela were cruising through the intersection at Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and East Gray Road during a charity event for the Special Olympics on March 28, 2015, when a sedan slammed into their motorcycle.
Sep. 13, 2017
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With all the news of hurricane damage, it can be a relief to live in a landlocked state like Arizona. But this state is prone to other sorts of disasters.
Sep. 13, 2017
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There are a number of ways to try to figure out how people lived hundreds or thousands of years ago. You can use human remains to understand the big questions about what people were doing in the past. That’s what the relatively young field of bioarchaeology tries to do. It’s only about 40 years old, and ASU houses a couple of journals on the subject.
Sep. 13, 2017
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And turning to another hot-button issue at the City Council last night, the preservation of the Phoenix Chinese Cultural Center. Council members rejected a citizen’s petition for long-term preservation of the center — even after hours of passionate public comment — because the city can’t stop the property owner from making changes.
Sep. 13, 2017

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