Rabid Foxes On The Rise In Arizona
Coconino County health officials have issued a rabies warning after a fox that attacked a worker in Oak Creek Canyon tested positive for the infectious disease.
Dec. 25, 2017
New Arizona Senate Bill To Address
A Republican state senator wants to make it illegal to misrepresent a dog as a "service animal'' to bring it into places where pets are not allowed.
Dec. 25, 2017
 Judge Rules Border Patrol Must Furnish Detainees With Blankets, Bed Mats
The Ninth Circuit of Appeals ruled on Friday that anyone detained by the U.S. Border Patrol for more than 12 hours must be furnished with blankets and mats.
Dec. 25, 2017
Would You Pay Extra $10 Tax For More Trees In Phoenix?
People who live or work in Phoenix are being asked to help set environmental priorities and early input from a survey reveals trees are a top priority.
Dec. 25, 2017
Vintage, Biblical Names Top The List For 2017 Arizona Baby Names
Soon to be parents struggling for a baby name have a little help. The Arizona Department of Health released its annual population numbers and, along with it, the top baby names for boys and girls.
Dec. 24, 2017
Free Medical, Dental Clinic Coming To Phoenix Convention Center
A no-cost medical and dental clinic is coming to the Phoenix Convention Center — for three days only. A long list of services will be available on first-come, first-served basis Monday through Wednesday.
Dec. 23, 2017
 Arizona Officer Charged With Theft, Weapons Misconduct
An Arizona officer who was a firearms instructor for the state police department has been charged with theft and weapons misconduct. Investigators found eight of the agency's "flash bang" grenades at his home.
Dec. 22, 2017
Researcher: GPS Not Sole Tool For Self-Driving Vehicles
Researchers at the University of Arizona and Illinois Institute of Technology are studying more reliable methods than GPS for autonomous vehicles.
Dec. 22, 2017
 Mexico’s New Internal Security Law Divides Opinions
Mexico has a new law to facilitate its military’s actions against organized crime. However, its detractors fear the new law would allow the militarization of the country. On Thursday, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed the so-called Law of Internal Security but said he will wait for the Supreme Court’s rule determining its constitutionality before he enacts it.
Dec. 22, 2017
McConnell: McSally Great Candidate For Senate
Congresswoman Martha McSally is one of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's key recruits in the battle for control of the senate in 2018. The comments came as a surprise because McSally hasn't officially jumped into the race yet.
Dec. 22, 2017
 Mission Possible Cafe Helps People Overcome Homelessness, Addiction
The Phoenix Rescue Mission has opened a new restaurant in downtown Phoenix. On the surface, it’s a normal cafe, serving southwestern style breakfast and lunch. But behind the counter, the staff is largely comprised of folks trying to overcome homelessness, addiction and trauma in order to make a new beginning.
Dec. 22, 2017
 What Does It Mean To Be An Introvert Or Extrovert?
Knowing ourselves well can be quite a challenge. Maybe friends label you an introvert, but you’re absolutely certain you’re an extrovert. And how much do those labels really mean?
Dec. 22, 2017
Why North Korean Fishing Boats Are Turning Up Off Japan
North Korean fishing boats have been turning up off the coast of Japan over the past several months; many of these boats have dead bodies aboard. To find out what’s going on, The Show's Mark Brodie is joined by George Lopez, professor emeritus of Peace Studies at the Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame.
Dec. 22, 2017
Phoenix Police: Explosion Killed Charity Worker
Authorities have identified a 73-year-old charity worker as the person killed in an explosion that shook buildings in downtown Phoenix Thursday morning.
Dec. 22, 2017
 What Is It About Hallmark Channel Christmas Movies That Attract 70 Million Viewers?
This year the Hallmark Channel began airing its lineup of 21 new Christmas movies in October. With titles like "Christmas Getaway," "Christmas Connection" and "A Christmas Next Door," they’ve become a ratings gold mine for the cable channel.
Dec. 22, 2017
Podcast Playlist: The World In Words
Reporter Lidia Jean Kott explores the roots of the word "antifa" and how the movement came to America.
Dec. 22, 2017
Closing The Gap For Mental Health Care In College Athletics
As of four years ago, according to ESPN, fewer than 25 Division I schools had a full-time licensed mental health practitioner in their athletic departments. That figure has improved to 39 percent, but a critical gap still remains.
Dec. 22, 2017
Last Decade Brought New Gold Rush To West — In Renewable Energy
The last decade as seen increased interest in renewable energy; in the west, it was mainly solar and wind. And that created an opportunity, but it also created challenges.
Dec. 22, 2017
Arizona Agriculture Officers Join Fight Against Opioids
Livestock officers in Arizona are getting training in the use of nalaxone, which is used to reverse opioid overdoses. Here to talk about how effective this new strategy may be is Dan Derksen, a family physician and director of the Center for Rural Health at the University of Arizona College of Public Health.
Dec. 22, 2017
Revived DHS Border Policy Prompts Backlash
In the spring of this year, Homeland Security floated the idea of deterring illegal immigration with a new, harsh policy: separate parents from their children when they are caught at the border. Now the idea has come back and ICE has signed off on it.
Dec. 22, 2017