The Association of General Contractors of America asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to step in on their side after it says several construction companies didn’t bid on the two border wall projects because their owners feared cities would retaliate.
Barrow Neurological Institute has a new president and CEO, and he’s got some big scrubs to fill. Dr. Michael Lawton takes over for Dr. Robert Spetzler, who retired last year after three decades at Barrow. Lawton took over the top spot at Barrow earlier this summer, and he's here to talk about it.
In Mexico City, authorities are looking into possible criminal charges in cases related to buildings collapsed in September’s deadly earthquake. Jorge Valencia is here from KJZZ’s Mexico City Bureau to tell us more about that.
Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes got into a Facebook spat with Nathan Schneider, a democrat who is running for the Arizona Legislature, after Schneider complained that he couldn’t find the election date on the ballot for Tuesday's local election.
Relatives of two students killed on the campus of a prestigious university in Mexico City during last month’s earthquake are calling on local authorities to seek criminal charges against school administrators.
Wednesday marks the beginning of open enrollment when people can purchase plans on the Affordable Care Act’s marketplace. With little federal funding, supporters of the law are trying to get the word out and cut through the confusion.
“By gaining those skills, vocational skills, financial skills, families will be able to better prevent crisis from happening in the future,” said Tempe Community Action Agency Executive Director Deborah Arteaga.