In 2015, Lori Interlicchio and Alana Duran swiped right on each other's Tinder profiles. But Alana had lupus. Her kidneys were failing. And after just three dates, Lori was thinking about offering to see if she could be a potential kidney donor match.
How do we keep America’s schools safe? That’s the question students and lawmakers are asking following last week’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. President Trump has suggested arming teachers, while other schools have implemented measures like security cameras and metal detectors.
Some prescription transactions could cost consumers less if they’d paid in cash rather than rely on insurance co-pays. Right now in Arizona, if there’s a cheaper option available some pharmacists are prohibited from telling you. But that could soon change.
A new book calls out Silicon Valley for not being diverse enough — especially when it comes to a lack of female leaders at the top of the corporate ladder. That book is called "Brotopia: Breaking up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley" and its author, Emily Chang, is here to talk about it.
Reports indicate that the government of Syria continues to use chemical weapons — despite outcry from most of the international community. Here to talk about the efforts of the Middle East Chemical Weapons Task Force is Orde Kittrie, a law professor at ASU.
South Phoenix is bracing for a lot of change. Valley Metro is planning a six-mile extension of the light rail into the area in the next few years that will connect downtown Phoenix south all the way to Baseline Road.
There are a few more days left in the Winter Olympics, with some high-profile events still to come. To check in on the games, The Show's Mark Brodie is joined by Jeff Metcalfe, sports reporter for The Arizona Republic.
Breast cancer researchers at the Susan G. Komen Tissue Bank are collecting samples of women’s healthy breast tissue, so they can study what goes wrong when that tissue becomes cancerous. Next month, they’re coming to the Valley, and they’re asking women to come and donate.
Mexico is Arizona’s top trading partner, but Canada’s pretty high on the list as well. As talks continue on a reworked North American Free Trade Agreement, Arizona is looking to make sure it continues its relationships with both its neighbors to the north and south.
A conference in the Valley on Friday looks to help people and companies avoid data breaches — it’s called Security Titans, and it’s being put on by the Phoenix chapter of the Information Systems Security Association.