The 2016 election was a mixed bag for national Democrats. The Democratic National Committee is holding four regional forums to look ahead at what the party needs to do. The first of the forums is going to be in Phoenix on Saturday.
A major U.S. defense contractor in Tucson has been green-lighted to sell its missiles to international customers. The U.S. Department of Defense approved Raytheon’s request to sell its Standard Missile-6 abroad.
The Phoenix Suns might not be the most talked about team among Mexican basketball fans, but that hasn’t kept two home games the team is hosting at the 22,000-capacity Mexico City Arena this week from selling out.
Last year, the Forest Service decided it need a more comprehensive management plan for Fossil Creek, a popular destination thanks to its blue-green water and lush vegetation. Now, they want to go further and enact a more comprehensive management plan.
Law-enforcement agencies across the state seized almost $200 million in property over the past five years – and it was all taken legally. That’s among the findings of a new report looking at civil asset forfeiture from the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting.
For years, advocates have accused Backpage.com of facilitating illegal sex trafficking of women and children, and the site has argued that attempts to control it are akin to censorship. But on Monday, Backpage’s owners voluntarily shut down its adult section, just as a Senate panel released a report accusing the site of filtering out words in ads that would indicate child-sex trafficking.
Mayo Clinic and ASU’s School for the Science of Health Care Delivery have teamed up to host a Payment Reform Summit featuring a number of experts trying to figure out what makes sense in the realm of health-care payments.
The legal fight involving students who fall into the category of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, or DACA, is continuing in Arizona. Higher education reporter for "The Arizona Republic" and azcentral.com Anne Ryman gives background on the case.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.