Wendsler Nosie Sr. is the former chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and a leader of the protest movement against a planned copper mine in the Tonto National Forest. On Thursday, he begins walking west to Chich’il Bildagoteel, Oak Flat from his tribe’s reservation.
The Show regularly checks in with Editorial Board of the Arizona Republic to talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section. Arizona Republic editorial director Phil Boas wrote a column about some quirky Thanksgiving history.
For some Native Americans, Thanksgiving is not quite the same kind of celebration that it is for other Americans. After all, the Pilgrim arrival and settlement didn’t exactly work out well for the Natives.
Maybe you’ve seen them: a GoFundMe page set up for a friend’s niece who was involved in a car accident or a page to raise funds for a friend after a cancer diagnosis. They are actually far more common than you’ve probably realized.
What is behind this impulse to give something, anything — even something useless — to help a cause? There’s a lot behind that question, and to get some answers, we turned to a familiar voice on The Show.
The Show has talked about so-called "checkout charity" from a sociological standpoint. Now it's going to look at checkout charity from the business’ point of view with Deborah Small, professor of marketing and psychology at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Every year, more than 5 million people trek to Grand Canyon National Park for a spectacular view, one that’s almost too dazzling to comprehend. But once you venture down one of its steep trails, you start enter another world.
This time of year, many people want to give thanks by giving their time to those in need. This can leave organizations with hundreds of extra helping hands on Thanksgiving asking, "What do we do with everyone?"
A new report by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) says volunteers can give refugees personalized help that resettlement agencies can’t offer. But volunteers can also do more harm than good, if they are not properly trained.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the second landing on the moon. Apollo 12 followed in the footsteps of the groundbreaking Apollo 11 mission, and its legacy includes a special connection with the University of Arizona.
Three mothers and six of their children - all dual U.S.-Mexican citizens - were murdered in an ambush by suspected drug cartel members outside a rural Sonoran community on Nov. 4. The tragedy brought the binational community together, with some traveling hundreds of miles for the funerals. But there are differences of opinion about President Donald Trump’s statement that he plans to designate Mexican cartels as terrorist organizations.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to 15 companies for illegally selling CBD products that violate the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. One of those companies is in Arizona.
Mesa school board members’ decision last week to place Superintendent Ember Conley on paid administrative leave has been shrouded in secrecy. Now, a former board president is alleging it was because of criminal behavior regarding raises given to some executives.