The Phoenix Law Enforcement Association (PLEA) said it has received hundreds of emails and phone calls criticizing Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams’ ouster of three officers after separate internal investigations by the department.
A group of volunteers assisted by state and federal authorities have made grisly discoveries near the Sonoran beach town of Rocky Point. On Thursday and Friday, the Madres Buscadoras de Sonora — or Sonoran Searching Mothers — found 27 human remains on the outskirts of the town popular with Arizona visitors.
The autopsy report of U.S. border patrol agent who died on the job has been released. Earlier this month, 44-year-old Robert Hotten was found unresponsive with a head injury while patrolling rugged terrain near the Arizona border.
The Scottsdale City Council has approved a plan for a $300 million mixed-use development on the southern end of Old Town. The Museum Square project will include a hotel, condos and apartments and green space, among other things.
A new study shows that Arizona is the worst in the nation when it comes to rising college costs. The report put out by the left-leaning Center on Budget and Policy Priorities revealed cuts to higher education and rising tuition pushes more costs onto students.
What would we do without our smartphones, without being able to stay in touch with friends or catch the latest news immediately or watch a movie on a really tiny screen? Matthew Lapierre has released a study on smartphone dependency and which came first: loneliness that leads to dependency on the phones or depression related to that dependency.
Next week is Día de los Muertos. In the past, The Show has talked to artists and experts about this uniquely Mexican holiday, but this time, we wanted to talk to one of the many Mexican American families right here in Arizona who celebrate it.
Have you ever heard someone speak and thought they sounded like they were from an earlier era, based on the words or phrases they use? It turns out, that same concept applies online. Linguist Gretchen McCulloch delves into that in her book, "Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language."
A spin-off of "The Loud House," Nickelodeon's new animated series "The Casagrandes" it’s one of the first cartoons in the country to focus on a Mexican American family. Miguel Puga is supervising director on "The Casagrandes," and the series draws from his upbringing in a big Latino family.
On Saturday, a burial for 37 unclaimed or impoverished veterans will be held at the Marana Veterans Cemetery. The unclaimed veterans being buried come from all branches of the military and served anytime since World War I. Their identities are known but sometimes the families can’t be found.
To talk about Arizona GOP members of congress crashing impeachment proceedings, Katie Hobbs’ frustration with her predecessor in the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office and more, Paul Bentz of HighGround, and attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera joined The Show.
Residents in Northern California have been experiencing imposed power shut-offs over the past few weeks as part of a public safety effort. Utility companies there are turning off the electricity during high winds in an attempt to prevent wildfires.
Agave are a familiar sight in the Arizona-Sonora borderlands. But there’s a shortage the large succulents. And that spells trouble for another important desert species — migrating nectar bats that feed on and pollinate agave flowers. Now, an ambitious binational project is working to restore agave and protect the pollinators that rely on them.
The Phoenix Suns plans' for a quick rebuild have hit an unexpected snag. Center Deandre Ayton was suspended 25 games without pay by the NBA on Thursday night for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program by testing positive for a diuretic.
Fishermen in the uppermost part of Mexico’s Sea of Cortez returned to a protected area for the world’s most endangered marine mammal. Now, a rare photograph of the small porpoise spotted just feet from a fishing boat is sparking concern among scientists and activists.
Over the past decade, scientists, students and a supercomputer at the University of Arizona have contributed to a massive global project to gene-sequence 1,000 plants. Now the venture has published its findings.