Immigration rights are also in the headlines right now with news of the recent lawsuit filed by Juan Manuel Montes. Montes is believed to be the first immigrant protected from deportation under a policy known as DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, to be deported during the Trump administration. We talk to KJZZ's Carrie Jung.
Rolling Stone named Maria Bamford one of their 50 Funniest People in 2013. In 2016, she starred in her own Netflix series, Lady Dynamite, and, if you didn’t catch her there, you can catch her in her new Netflix special “Old Baby,” which premiers on May 2. She’s appearing at Stand Up Live here in Phoenix on Friday night.
Supporters of LGBTQ rights are urging the city of Scottsdale not to partner with one of Arizona’s most prominent charter school organizations on some sports facilities because of what the group calls its “anti-transgender” policy.
Trash talk, smack, jawboning ... in the world of sports it's known as a "chirp." Host Perdita Felicien questions the power of a stadium-wide 'BOO!' and hears the worst chirping from parental yaps, plus a few vintage NHL wisecracks.
More than half a million Americans died of opioid abuse from 2000 to 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Several East Valley organizations have joined together in an effort to curb addiction to the powerful painkillers.
The poorest school in Flagstaff has been the biggest winner when it comes to chess. Forty-six students have earned the right to go to a national competition in Nashville May 11. But some won’t make it, if the team can’t raise enough money.
For Immigration officials, schools are considered “sensitive” zones. Just like churches and hospitals, agents can’t step on campus to conduct enforcement activities without a pressing circumstance and only with permission from the superintendent. Still many families in Phoenix are reporting a lot of fear around sending their kids to school.