A group of volunteer attorneys gathered at the Center For Neighborhood Leadership Saturday morning. They were helping people who had been illegally detained and racially profiled by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office a few years ago.
With a statewide teacher walkout forcing districts to close schools, several opponents of the work stoppage have responded by threatening lawsuits. The Goldwater Institute is joining the list of those discussing legal action.
The Mexican Supreme Court has agreed to hear two cases against mining company Grupo Mexico over an acid spill about 25 miles south of the Arizona border that contaminated two rivers and left thousands of people without drinking water in 2014.
Last year, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents for charging unconstitutionally high tuition. Just yesterday, a judge dismissed the lawsuit, though an appeal is expected.
Now it’s time for our Friday NewsCap. Here to talk about Arizona teachers walking out and marching to the capitol, and the results of the special congressional election, are longtime pollster and host of The Think Tank Mike O’Neil, and Jon Gabriel, editor-in-chief of Ricochet.
The Arizona Cardinals are in the midst of a lot of change. Their head coach and longtime starting quarterback both retired at the end of last season. And last night, in the first round of the NFL draft, the Cardinals made a big move for their future.
Arizona teachers, of course, are not the only ones striking. Colorado teachers marched on their capitol Thursday as well, and there have been teacher strikes in West Virginia and Oklahoma in the last several weeks.
It used to be that when you bought an item in the color “nude,” like nylons or shoes, it would be the same light beige. But today, you can get your makeup — and your nylons, shoes or just about anything else that comes in nude — in shades that match any skin color.
The debate has reignited over how much Arizona spends on K-12 education. Should taxes be raised to help provide more funding for new school construction, all-day kindergarten and refilling prior state investments that were cut during the Great Recession?
For the first time in over half a century, a North Korean leader crossed the country’s southern border today. Kim Jong-un met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the newly renovated "Peace House" as part of the two countries' third summit.
For the second day in a row Arizona teachers skipped the classrooms and heading to the Arizona Capitol. Teachers are meeting Friday and Saturday to discuss whether to continue their strike.
Estimated Crowd Of 50,000 March For #RedForEd →