The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday to suspend Assessor Paul Petersen, who is accused of running a human smuggling scheme involving pregnant women from the Marshall Islands brought to the U.S. to give birth for adoptions.
Californians are bracing for the worst as wildfires, blackouts and poor air quality affect millions in the state. Lance Orozco of KCLU, who’s covered dozens of fires over the past 30 years, joined The Show from the central coast of California.
The Vatican has launched a $110 wearable eRosary that’s connected to an app and is activated when you make the sign of the cross. It’s not the first time the Vatican has moved to connect with younger people through technology.
The idea behind the products, with names like MeToo Kit and Preservekit, is that victims of sexual assault can collect evidence at home, rather than having to go somewhere to have a traditional evidence collection kit administered.
The "Doing Business North America" study is based on a broader study implemented by the World Bank for nearly two decades, which considers cities across the globe. It found the easiest North American city in which to do business is Oklahoma City while Phoenix ranks 20th.
Opioid deaths rightfully draw significant nationwide attention by first responders, health officials and the media, but a new report by the Centers for Disease Control shows that in the West, more people die from methamphetamine overdoses. So, why is meth a drug of choice in the West when heroin and fentanyl are the leading cause of drug overdoses in the East?
The Show spoke with Brandi Stewart, the children’s book buyer at Changing Hands Bookstore, but the book she brought in — called "The Starless Sea" — isn’t necessarily for children. "Ultimately it's about storytelling time and fate and a little bit about video games," Stewart says of author Erin Morgenstern's sophomore novel.
The Mormon Church has been significantly involved in politics for generations, and in the age of Donald Trump, some of the church’s leaders have been more outspoken about the need for civil discussion and finding common ground.
Discoveries of massive, mature galaxies near the dawn of the universe have left astronomers wondering: Where are the young, rapidly developing galaxies that ought to precede them? A new study might provide some answers.
Banner — University Medical Center Tucson has joined its sister hospital in Phoenix as the only two Comprehensive Stroke Centers in Arizona certified by the Joint Commission. Certification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center indicates a hospital has the necessary resources, staff and training to treat the most complex cases of stroke.
Kids in costumes may not be the only creatures trolling for treats in your neighborhood this year. Arizona Game and Fish Department officials are reminding people that outdoor Halloween decorations such as pumpkins can attract wildlife, even in urban areas.
Tourism is one of Mexico’s main sources of income, but the current administration cut expenses in this area as part of its austerity program. While the private sector has concerns, there's plenty of high hopes from the Mexican government.
Prosecutors have accused Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen of running an illegal adoption ring that spanned a quarter of the globe. In Arizona, lawyers have stepped up to try to help the Marshallese women, who likely didn’t know that the way they came here could be considered illegal. → Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Suspends Paul Petersen
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is making a last-ditch effort to quash a proposal to create a 330-room Omni hotel and a 30,000-square-foot conference center on land that is owned by Arizona State University.