Study after study has proven that starting a child’s education right — and early — is essential in helping them achieve their goals in the future. But, study after study has also shown that we often fail to do this for kids — especially those born into poverty.
Water managers from across the Colorado River Basin are wrapping up their conference in Las Vegas this Friday. Luke Runyon of KUNC in Colorado is there covering it and joined The Show to talk about it.
In September, Gov. Ducey appointed Sne. Jon Kyl to return to the Senate, taking the late Sen. John McCain’s seat. Six years ago, Kyl retired from the chamber, leaving as senate minority whip. Kyl’s announcement now leaves another hole for Gov. Ducey to fill until 2020.
Discussing the week in news with Marcus Dell’Artino, a partner at First Strategic Communications and Public Affairs, and former Arizona House Minority Leader David Lujan, currently director of the Arizona Center for Economic Progress.
Each year, the Camelback Santa, carries a pine tree up to the top of Camelback Mountain for the holiday season. The city has a “leave no trace” protocol, hoping to inspire hikers to be mindful of what they leave behind on Arizona trails, and a Christmas tree — they say — it leaves a trace.
It's been a rapid fire few days in special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation into Russian collusion during the run-up to the 2016 presidential, with sentencing memos for Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen last week, followed by Cohen's sentencing this week.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced Friday morning he’d received Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl’s resignation letter. Kyl will leave the U.S. Senate on Dec. 31. His resignation was hand-delivered to the governor’s office Thursday afternoon.
Mexico's energy reforms opened up a new market for gas stations owned by private companies. But the new president has opposed the changes, putting the future of the country’s energy reforms into question under the new administration. Mexico Lays Out Plans For $8 Billion Oil Refinery →