A racial discrimination verdict has prompted criticism of state Democrats at a time when the nation is scrutinizing the party's relationship with people of color. Rep. Reginald Bolding (D-Phoenix) and Lawrence Robinson, president of the Roosevelt School District Governing Board, join The Show to talk about it.
President Trump focused on mental illness following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, over the weekend. But some have criticized such rhetoric for perpetuating stigmas around mental illness and disability.
Earlier this year, firefighters across Arizona came forward with stories of workers’ compensation claims that had been denied, despite a state law that presumes certain forms of cancer are a result of their workplace conditions.
Mexico’s Supreme Court decided Wednesday to hold off on a ruling that could have re-opened a trust fund set up for victims of a major mining spill in Sonora. The decision comes one day after the fifth anniversary of the disaster in the Rio Sonora valley.
Roswell Bookbinding, based in Maryvale, has been binding the St. John's Bible for the last 10 years. Copies of these heritage editions of the hand-scribed and hand-illuminated texts reside in university libraries, the Library of Congress and the Vatican.
The consumer packaged goods industry supports one in 10 American jobs and is the largest manufacturing employer in the United States, according to a report released Tuesday. The report also shows that Arizona’s contribution is very low.
You’ve probably heard the term, “high functioning autism,” a term used for people with autism spectrum disorder, who don’t have a cognitive impairment. But a recent study suggests that term should not be used at all.
Jesus Seade, Mexico’s chief trade negotiator, said Tuesday that a new tomato suspension agreement could be “at hand.” But only if the U.S. drops its insistence on inspecting 100% of inbound Mexican tomatoes. Mexican growers say that requirement would be logistically impossible.
ADOT is warning East Valley drivers to expect heavy delays this weekend as a portion of Interstate 10 will be closed from Friday through Monday as crews continue working on Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway.
This summer, a deadly spike in hepatitis cases has health experts concerned. They are not B and C cases that can cause life-ending liver damage, but hepatitis A cases, which are related to poor hygiene, and, typically, preventable.