In Charleston, S.C., a federal judge has ruled that 22-year old Dylann Roof is competent to stand trial. We spoke with Alexandra Olgin of South Carolina Public Radio, who has been covering the Roof trial.
Want a snack while you wait in the cell-phone lot? Or grab a coffee at the Sky Train station? Food and beverage trucks could soon be coming to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. The Aviation Department is looking to test drive the concept on its 3,000-acre campus.
There aren’t a lot of people using paper tax forms anymore. They make up roughly 10 percent of filers. Bill Brunson with the Phoenix IRS office says paper filers make more mistakes. They have an error rate of 13 percent, while the error rate for electronic filers is one-half of 1 percent.
Family TV viewing habits have changed in the last 50 years. Gone are the days when kids’ prime time was late morning and early afternoon. Arizona PBS is hoping a new channel dedicated solely to children’s programming will help them keep up with these shifts, so shows available whenever kids are watching. But how much can better access to educational TV really impact them?
Advertisers often try to get us to buy stuff by first making us laugh. Humor is a common component of ads — but new research looks at what kind of humor is most effective, and what kind might hurt the product being advertised.