Mexico has a new law to facilitate its military’s actions against organized crime. However, its detractors fear the new law would allow the militarization of the country. On Thursday, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed the so-called Law of Internal Security but said he will wait for the Supreme Court’s rule determining its constitutionality before he enacts it.
Congresswoman Martha McSally is one of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's key recruits in the battle for control of the senate in 2018. The comments came as a surprise because McSally hasn't officially jumped into the race yet.
The Phoenix Rescue Mission has opened a new restaurant in downtown Phoenix. On the surface, it’s a normal cafe, serving southwestern style breakfast and lunch. But behind the counter, the staff is largely comprised of folks trying to overcome homelessness, addiction and trauma in order to make a new beginning.
North Korean fishing boats have been turning up off the coast of Japan over the past several months; many of these boats have dead bodies aboard. To find out what’s going on, The Show's Mark Brodie is joined by George Lopez, professor emeritus of Peace Studies at the Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame.
This year the Hallmark Channel began airing its lineup of 21 new Christmas movies in October. With titles like "Christmas Getaway," "Christmas Connection" and "A Christmas Next Door," they’ve become a ratings gold mine for the cable channel.
As of four years ago, according to ESPN, fewer than 25 Division I schools had a full-time licensed mental health practitioner in their athletic departments. That figure has improved to 39 percent, but a critical gap still remains.
Livestock officers in Arizona are getting training in the use of nalaxone, which is used to reverse opioid overdoses. Here to talk about how effective this new strategy may be is Dan Derksen, a family physician and director of the Center for Rural Health at the University of Arizona College of Public Health.
In the spring of this year, Homeland Security floated the idea of deterring illegal immigration with a new, harsh policy: separate parents from their children when they are caught at the border. Now the idea has come back and ICE has signed off on it.
It’s time for our Friday Newscap segment. Joining us to talk about Jeff Flake’s DACA deal and a new entrant in the race to succeed Trent Franks are Marcus Dell’Artino, partner at First Strategic, and Lawrence Robinson, a governing board member in Roosevelt School District.
Hickman's Family Farms faces lawsuits from neighbors who are hoping to get relief from living near a relatively new chicken facility which houses 4 million hens. And they are asking the judge to say they're operating legally.
There are too many wild horses and burros on Western range land, according to the federal government. So far, the main strategy to control the population has been “roundups:” corralling the animals and taking them to large ranches to live, all at government expense. Horse and burro people hope to shift to another strategy: birth control.
Welcome back to our special edition of The Show, giving you some of our favorite stories that celebrate all things holidays. So, of course, we’d be remiss not to include this gem from 2015: KJZZ staff favorite holiday movies.
Only about a quarter of millennials attend church on a weekly basis, this according to Pew research. So in 2015, KJZZ’s Stina Sieg found a church that was looking to buck that trend ... but not with church. With dinner.