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Arizona Coyotes Wrap Up Season Hopeful For Future
The NHL playoffs began last week, and the Arizona Coyotes — once again — are not taking part. But the news isn’t all bad — far from it. The organization made huge strides this season and wasn’t eliminated from postseason eligibility until the final couple of games.
Apr. 15, 2019
BBC Look-Ahead: Still-Contested Elections
An upcoming election in Southeast Asia and a not-yet ended election in South America top the list of big stories this week. For more on that and other international stories coming up this week, The Show was joined by BBC’s Rob Hugh-Jones
Apr. 15, 2019
Boas: The University Of Arizona And Border Patrol Protests
Recently in Tucson, on the University of Arizona campus, some students protested the presence of U.S. Border Patrol speakers. That protest led to campus police recommending charges, and another subsequent, larger protest.
Apr. 15, 2019
The Arizona Board Of Regents Approves Tuition Increase For Universities
The Arizona Board of Regents officially approved tuition and fee rates for the state’s three public universities last week. To talk about the overall numbers, The Show reached out to Ron Shoopman, the chair of the Board of Regents.
Apr. 15, 2019
Immigration On Mexico Border Is Spiking
Migration numbers at the U.S.-Mexico border are spiking and, to many observers, living up to the word "crisis." Compared to 2014, when then-President Barack Obama declared a humanitarian crisis, there are twice as many migrants who’ve come across so far in 2019. That includes families, asylum seekers and unaccompanied minors.
Apr. 15, 2019
Monday Is Deadline To Comment On
Monday night is the deadline to comment on a proposed federal rule change over so-called “Waters of the United States.” It could mean big changes for how some waterways are regulated.
Apr. 15, 2019
New Arizona Parks Director Talks Rebuilding
Arizona State Parks and Trails has a new leader. Executive DirectorBob Broscheid was confirmed by the state Senate last month. His predecessor, Sue Black, had been the subject of a number of controversies.
Apr. 15, 2019
ASU Expert: Too Soon To Call Remains New Homo Species
The discovery of a new human ancestor in the Philippines added another species to our genus, Homo. But at least one expert considers that classification premature. The research appears in the journal Nature.
Apr. 15, 2019
The Takeaway: Camp Fire Survivors Still Dealing With Death In The Community
It’s been five months since the Camp Fire destroyed the town of Paradise and killed 85 people. But survivors are still facing issues, from inadequate housing to overcrowded medical centers. And people say their friends and loved ones are still dying as a result of the fire.
Apr. 15, 2019
The Pulse: Live, Play, Learn — What Keeps Kids Healthy
What matters to a child’s health? Sure, some things are embedded in our genetics. But from the moment we’re born, there are a million different experiences, factors, and choices that contribute — from our neighborhoods and homes, to screen time and family dynamics.
Apr. 15, 2019
The Takeaway: Burning Of Three Black Churches Serves As Reminder Of Racism
Over the course of ten days in St. Landry Parish, March, three Black churches were set ablaze. One of the churches dates back to the 19th century.
Apr. 15, 2019
Report: Phoenix Is Second Most Active Data Center Market
From the East to the West, more developers are planning more data centers across the Valley. Phoenix is considered the second most active data center market in the nation. When it comes to construction activity, the Valley ranks just behind northern Virginia in CBRE’s Data Center Trends Report.
Apr. 15, 2019
Monday Deadline To File Tax Returns, Extensions
Arizona Department of Revenue encourages taxpayers to electronically file returns. In Arizona, state form 204 can be filled out to get a six-month extension. That form's deadline is also Monday.
Apr. 15, 2019
John MacLeod, Longtime Phoenix Suns Coach, Dies At 81
John MacLeod, the longtime NBA coach who led the Phoenix Suns to the 1976 NBA Finals, has died. He was 81. MacLeod's son, Matt, confirmed his father's death Sunday to the Associated Press. The elder MacLeod fought Alzheimer's disease for more than a decade.
Apr. 15, 2019
Few Remaining Arizona Holocaust Survivors Gather In Scottsdale To
April 15 marks the start of Genocide Awareness Week. To commemorate the solemn remembrance, a recent event in Scottsdale brought together some of Arizona’s remaining few World War II Holocaust survivors.
Apr. 15, 2019
More Park Rangers, Library Security In Phoenix Budget
Phoenix is hosting its 14th community budget hearing Monday night with five more to come this month. The meetings are a chance for residents to learn how the city collects and spends $4.42 billion a year.
Apr. 15, 2019
As Hermosillo Grows At Edges, Some See A Future In The Center
In a trend Phoenicians know well, the Sonoran capital Hermosillo is growing quickly at the city’s edges. That has come with financial and environmental consequences. However, some officials and entrepreneurs are turning their gaze to the city center, and see a more sustainable future in a denser, more diverse urban core.
More Stories From Hermosillo
Apr. 15, 2019
McDowell Arch Rededicated As Part Of
A landmark along McDowell Road in Phoenix was rededicated Saturday as part of a community effort to revitalize business along the strip known as the “Miracle Mile.” In 1991, Michelle Stuhl designed the McDowell Gateway Arch.
Apr. 14, 2019
New Mixed-Use Park Central Mall Space Honors Site
Park Central, Phoenix’s first mall, held a grand reopening Saturday to celebrate the site’s new look as a mixed office-retail site. The iconic property has been converted several times since opening as the city’s first mall in 1956.
Apr. 14, 2019
Arizona Official: Lower Immunization Rates Put State At Risk
Arizona's top health official says increased use of immunization exemptions are putting the state at risk of an outbreak of diseases.
Apr. 14, 2019

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