The Arizona Family Health Partnership received a one-time grant of $248,626 to help educate healthcare providers here about prevention of Zika. They’re not talking about mosquito bites—they’re tackling the issue from the reproductive healthcare side.
The city of Phoenix is spreading a message that might sound harsh, but those behind it say it’s necessary to protect vulnerable people, neighborhoods and businesses. That message is “Don’t feed people living on the streets.”
New numbers from the Learning Policy Institute looking at how attractive states are for teachers have some tough news for Arizona. It is among the least attractive states in the country, and is struggling in criteria including salary, the percentages of inexperienced and uncertified teachers and turnover.
Arizona Democratic Party officials say state election officials improperly set Columbus Day as the last day to register to vote in the November election. They are asking county election officials to accept voter registration applications through the following business day, which they say is consistent with state law.
A local advocacy group has asked a court of appeals to reconsider the Arizona Attorney General’s intervention in the 1,700 lawsuits that have been filed against Valley businesses for allegedly violating the Americans With Disabilities Act.
A normal to above-normal monsoon season in 2016 has reduced drought conditions in much of Arizona. Climate forecasters are waiting to see if a La Niña phenomenon develops, which would bring drier conditions.
The effort to kill a ballot measure that would raise Arizona’s minimum wage is now in full swing. Opponents are preparing a million-dollar ad blitz against the initiative which would raise the state’s lowest wages by nearly 50 percent.
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.