The Takeaway: Somalia In Grips Of Insurgency After Deadly Attack
Over the weekend, massive truck bombs were set off in a populated area of Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. More than 300 people died as a result of the attack.
Oct. 16, 2017
The Takeaway: North Korea Renews Threats Against Guam Amidst U.S. Naval Drills
North Korean leaders are fuming after the U.S. and South Korea launched a 10 day special operations exercise this morning off the Korean peninsula.
Oct. 16, 2017
Weak La Nina Pointing Toward Mild Arizona Winter
The National Weather Service is closely following a weak La Nina system forming in the Pacific that could mean a milder winter for the Southwest.
Oct. 16, 2017
Herb Paine: Turning The Corner On Governance And Stewardship In Arizona
Commentator Herb Paine on how one of the best teachers he's ever had taught him about contracts and consequences.
Oct. 16, 2017
VW Faces Separate Arizona Consumer Fraud Charges
Arizona Assistant Attorney General will argue in court this January that Volkswagen's seven year "clean diesel" ad campaign intentionally deceived environmentally conscientious Arizona consumers.
Oct. 16, 2017
UA Researcher Develops Snake Bite Treatment
A University of Arizona College of Medicine researcher has developed a therapy to delay or prevent the life-threatening effects of being bitten by a rattlesnake or other venomous snakes.
Oct. 16, 2017
UA Astronomer Among First To
An astronomer at Steward Observatory in Tucson was among the first ever to observe the collision of two dense stars in deep space.
Oct. 16, 2017
Many Caregivers Who Take Care Of Loved Ones Don
Caregivers who take care of aging loved ones say they often perform some kind of medical care, like changing bandages or inserting catheters, but many don’t have the proper training.
Oct. 16, 2017
GM And Driver Reach Settlement In Ignition Switch Trial
A New York federal judge last week said the driver in an upcoming trial over ignition switches has reached a confidential settlement with General Motors.
Oct. 16, 2017
AG Announcement On Phoenix Police Immigration Policy Expected Monday
The Arizona Attorney General is expected to reveal findings of a review of the Phoenix Police Department’s recently revised immigration enforcement policy on Monday.
Oct. 16, 2017
An Aging Population Means More Husbands, Sons Will Be Caregivers
Ten thousand Americans are turning 65 every day and the people who traditionally take care of them is changing. Forty million men are taking care of their aging loved ones, according to AARP. As the population continues to age, more male caregivers will tackle what was traditionally a woman's role.
Oct. 16, 2017
2017 To Be A Record Year For Arizona Pecan Growers
Arizona farmers are looking for any way to increase profits and that means more growers are cracking into the pecan market.
Oct. 16, 2017
Phoenix Public Transit Teams Up With Lyft To Launch New Program
Phoenix Public Transit Department and Lyft have partnered together to launch the “First Mile Last Mile” program
Oct. 16, 2017
Arizona Battles Back From Foreclosure Epidemic
Over the last several years, Arizona has battled back from a serious foreclosure epidemic following the housing crash.
Oct. 16, 2017
TGen Gets $2.5 Million Grant For Pancreatic Cancer Drug Trial
A local genetic research group has been awarded a $2.5 million grant to test a new drug to treat pancreatic cancer.
Oct. 16, 2017
 Tempe Book Bike To Cruise Around City Carrying Books To Check Out
The Tempe Public Library is launching a new program that it hopes will bring more books into the community. Using a modified bicycle, the Tempe Book Bike will cruise around the city carrying donated books, which can be checked out.
Oct. 15, 2017
SRP Board Approves $330 Million Expenditure
Salt River Project’s Board of Directors has approved the purchase of natural gas units near Gila Bend.
Oct. 14, 2017
Arizona Insurers: No Rate Hike Despite Trump Ending ACA Subsidies
Despite President Donald Trump’s decision to cut off key subsidies, the two insurers selling plans on the Affordable Care Act’s marketplace in Arizona will not raise their rates for next year.
Oct. 14, 2017
 McCain Backs President
John McCain and Donald Trump may not agree on much, but the U.S. senator is on board with the president’s strategy in Iran.
Oct. 14, 2017
Arizona Supreme Court Tosses Homeless Sex Offender
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that registered sex offenders who are homeless cannot be jailed for failing to immediately report their new address to law enforcement. The ruling overturns one man’s seven-year prison sentence.
Oct. 13, 2017