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Thirty-five years ago, Phoenix acquired a downtown parcel for redevelopment purposes. Now, it’s happening.
Jun. 24, 2018
A rare jaguar spotted in Southern Arizona is believed to have died. Only seven of these animals have been seen in the U.S. in the past 25 years.
Jun. 24, 2018
Arizona’s congressional delegation is speaking out in anticipation of a vote on a second, so-called, "compromise bill."
Jun. 23, 2018
When it comes to talking about disabilities, language is everything. And that’s why the National Center on Disability and Journalism at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism is revamping its current style guide.
Jun. 23, 2018
The Burton Barr Central Library held its annual celebration of the summer solstice Thursday, welcoming spectators to see unique features of the top floor revealed by the sun only once a year.
Jun. 22, 2018
Tempe police have concluded the deadly crash between an autonomous Uber SUV and a pedestrian would not have occurred if the vehicle’s backup driver had been watching the road.
Jun. 22, 2018
Arizona’s drought is pushing the Salt River wild horses close to starvation. One organization is jumping in to bring food to those animals.
Jun. 22, 2018
68 percent of all jobs in Arizona will require at least a post-secondary educational certificate by 2020.
Jun. 22, 2018
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has recalled more than 9,300 green cards and work permits combined, in about a five-week span.
Jun. 22, 2018
A federal judge has fined Arizona $1.4 million for failing to meet health care standards in state prisons. In an order filed Friday, Magistrate Judge David Duncan wrote that the state had “turned to a private contractor which has been unable to meet the prisoner’s health care needs.”
On The Inside: The Chaos Of Arizona Prison Health Care
Jun. 22, 2018
Viruses acquired early in life could play a role in Alzheimer’s disease. That’s according to a new study, which came out Thursday. The findings could change how scientists look for ways to treat or prevent Alzheimer’s.
Jun. 22, 2018
Harold Ramis became one of the most recognized funny men in the country, via "Stripes" and the "Ghostbusters" movies. His daughter, Violet Ramis Stiel, remembers her dad and his career in the new book.
Jun. 22, 2018
In a five to four vote, the Supreme Court Thursday ruled to allow states to collect sales tax from online and out-of-state retailers.
Jun. 22, 2018
According to TV news station KYMA, Don Shooter held an event with the local Tea Party at a Yuma church. It was advertised as open to the public, but a KYMA news crew was turned away at the door.
Jun. 22, 2018
Hidden pools, secret gardens, spooky hauntings and statues that look suspiciously like a certain former president. These are just some of the urban legends surrounding Arizona’s three public universities.
Jun. 22, 2018
A couple of months ago, Arizona submitted its initial nominations for so-called "Opportunity Zones." Those are specific census tracts that may be able to take advantage of capital gains in the recent tax reform package.
Jun. 22, 2018
For an organization in its worst playoff drought and coming off a terrible season, the draft could provide a huge shot of optimism — or, in two years, everyone may be ruing the day as a failure.
Jun. 22, 2018
As we head toward Arizona’s August primary elections, The Show is inviting in the candidates running in contested races to talk about why they’re running and some of the key issues in their contests.
Jun. 22, 2018
The Takeaway: The Political Price Of Betting On Immigration
This week on The Takeaway Friday with Amy Walter, a big look at immigration from history and political strategies to consequences and the current state of immigration and the electorate.
Jun. 22, 2018
With The Show to talk about a recent GOP Senate poll, the political impact of U.S. border policy and more were Stan Barnes, president of Copperstate Consulting, and former legislative leader Art Hamilton.
Jun. 22, 2018

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