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Last week, we told you about a program out of San Quentin prison in California that teaches inmates coding skills. Here in Arizona, the Department of Corrections has opened three new job centers in our state’s prison system. Here to tell us more about these programs — and the effect they’re having on inmate’s lives — is Craig Harris with The Arizona Republic.
Well, since then, Joe Arpaio has been voted out of office as Maricopa County sheriff and convicted of criminal contempt of court. Now Trump is hinting that he may step in the ring for the former sheriff. The president told Fox News he is “seriously considering a pardon for Arpaio.” This morning, immigration activists and officials gathered for a press conference to denounce this possible pardon.
More than 7 million American women and men are victims of domestic violence in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the Valley, the Phoenix Police Department investigated nearly 17,000 domestic violence-related situations in 2016.
The Arizona Corporation Commission held an open meeting on Tuesday, and the spotlight was on the panel’s decision on whether to grant the state’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, a rate increase. APS also would like to change its customers on-peak energy times.
The man who found a painting that was stolen 31 years ago told his tale at the University of Arizona Monday to describe how he found the masterpiece, which has previously been valued at more than $100 million.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has spoken out against the white supremacists who protested the removal of Confederate memorials in Virginia this weekend. But Ducey is not taking a stand against the six confederate memorials in Arizona.
It has been an active fire season, not just in the U.S, but also in Canada, Europe and elsewhere around the world. Popular Science Magazine reports an area roughly the size of Rhode Island has burned in Europe.
Earlier this year, some were outraged when there were no women and few minorities among the 13 senators working on the Senate’s plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. It turns out, equal representation in health care issues also extends to the health care trials and studies that determine what treatments are approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have very few — if any — similarities when it comes to policy direction. And their speaking styles couldn’t be any more different. So why does a new study find that Trump and Obama use similar rhetoric?