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NFL owners are meeting in New York this week to discuss a myriad of issues. Yesterday, news broke that the owners will not ask players to stop kneeling during the national anthem.
Oct. 18, 2017
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Many residents in Puerto Rico are still without power and water after Hurricane Maria, and are devising creative solutions to keep themselves and their neighbors alive.
Oct. 18, 2017
death chamber
News organizations plan to appeal a ruling that concludes Arizona isn't required to reveal the identity of the companies that supply the state with drugs for executions.
Oct. 18, 2017
APS
The Arizona Supreme Court voted not to overturn Arizona Public Service's latest utility rate increase, but the fight is not over yet.
Oct. 18, 2017
Chapter Two
There's a new, re-imagined play directed by the writer's ex-wife. Robrt Pela has a review.
Oct. 18, 2017
Arizona DOT
Arizona's top transportation official said there's no need to rename the "Jefferson Davis Highway'' in Arizona because, as far as his agency is concerned, it no longer exists.
Oct. 18, 2017
Authorities in Mexico have arrested the last man wanted for the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Arizona.
Oct. 18, 2017
Kelli Ward
The race to knock U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake off the Republican ticket has begun with former state lawmaker Kelli Ward launching her campaign on Tuesday night.
Oct. 18, 2017
Her hands may shake, but Arminda Perez-Castillo is still very good with a kitchen knife.
Oct. 18, 2017
Seniors are not typically an age group people think about when it comes to treatment for addiction. One Valley rehabilitation facility is seeing an uptick of senior citizens seeking treatment for alcoholism and addiction to prescription narcotics.
Oct. 18, 2017
Big League Dreams complex
“Continuing to partner with Big League Dreams is a risk with little reward,” said Mayor Jenn Daniels in a statement posted online. “This facility needs a different team; an operator with common sense, motivation, and integrity.”
Oct. 18, 2017
Raul Grijalva
Democratic Congressman Raul Grijalva is asking the U.S. Interior Department to explain what happened to funds that officials say were withheld from a study on the impacts on health from coal mining.
Oct. 17, 2017
Bisbee Fire
An early investigation into a fire that ravaged Bisbee’s historic City Hall found no evidence of arson. Instead it might have been dated electrical wiring that caused the blaze.
Oct. 17, 2017
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Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday appointed a former Republican lawmaker to an open seat on the state commission that regulates utilities.
Oct. 17, 2017
The event’s organizer, Maryvale Workforce Initiative, hopes to get 2,500 people employed by next June.
Oct. 17, 2017
Fiesta transportation study map
“We want to know from the community what is their commute like? What are some of the trouble areas for them?” Valley Metro spokeswoman Corinne Holliday said. “Where do they see some of the most congestion? Where are they traveling and what kind of improvements do they want to see?”
Oct. 17, 2017
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For the first time, Phoenix has a citywide service plan — a strategy to engage volunteers in specific areas and measure the impact. Last year, Phoenix received a $100,000 grant to put the plan into action.
Oct. 17, 2017
AOL AIM
It may be difficult to believe, but there was a time before instant messaging. And, then America Online started allowing all of us to communicate with people next to us without even having to talk to them — through AOL Instant Messager, or AIM.
Oct. 17, 2017
Co-Working Space
Why do employees cheat at work? It turns out, it’s all our boss’ fault. OK, not really, of course. But Mike Baer, assistant professor in the W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, believes one factor in workplace cheating is unrealistic expectations.
Oct. 17, 2017
Noliwe Rooks
In Arizona and in some other parts of the country, public schools are underfunded. And there are educators and academics who worry that public schools are failing. In her new book "Cutting School: Privatization, Segregation and the End of Public Education," Noliwe Rooks attempts to answer those and other questions. She is director of American studies at Cornell University.
Oct. 17, 2017

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