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Supreme Court Upholds Muslim Travel Ban
The Supreme Court returned a ruling this morning that President Trump’s travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries can continue.
Jun. 26, 2018
Newspaper Cutbacks Affect Local Investigative Reporting
The newspaper business is rapidly changing, with many local papers either making huge cutbacks, moving online or going out of business altogether. In many cases, that has affected investigative journalism and, more specifically, coverage of local government.
Jun. 26, 2018
Will Monsoon Season Help Arizona
Thanks to Hurricane Bud, Arizona got some much-needed precipitation earlier this month, though it wasn’t much. But now, we’re officially in monsoon season, and though we’ve been promised rain, when it comes, will it make a dent in Arizona’s drought?
Jun. 26, 2018
New Suprise Law Makes
Surprise lawmakers passed the city's first so-called “urban camping” ordinance, which will make it illegal for people to “camp” or store their personal goods in places like public parks.
Jun. 26, 2018
Commissioner Wants 80 Percent Renewable Energy In AZ By 2050
A ballot measure is set to be filed next week that would give Arizona voters the chance to decide how much they want to increase the state's renewable energy usage.
Jun. 26, 2018
Ripples Of SCOTUS Travel Ban Ruling To Reach Arizona
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the third version of President Donald Trump’s so-called Muslim ban is legal.
Jun. 26, 2018
Former Murphy Superintendent Discusses Receivership
One of the people most heavily involved in trying to get the Murphy Elementary School District back on solid footing is former Superintendent Bob Donofrio, who has recently been working as part of a team of volunteers to fill a leadership gap.
Jun. 26, 2018
The Takeaway: Trade War Reactions From Across The Pond In The EU
What is the EU perspective on the escalating trade conflict between the U.S., E.U. and China? In light of Harley Davidson’s response to move production overseas, we get the pulse on how players across the pond are responding to the trade war.
Jun. 26, 2018
Federal Judge Revising Flores Settlement
The Justice Department has asked a federal judge to modify the settlement that the administration had used as justification for separating migrant children from their parents at the southern border.
Jun. 26, 2018
Americans Feel Democracy Is Weakening
There’s a lot of concern today about the health of democracy, both overseas and here in the U.S. Now, a new survey takes a closer look at how people in the U.S. feel about democracy — what it means to them and how we can work to strengthen it.
Jun. 26, 2018
The Takeaway: Changing Immigration Policy: Impact Of Zero Tolerance
Immigration has been a topic of debate that we have explored on The Takeaway over the last several weeks. When people cross the border illegally, they then enter the court system where there is a significant backlog of cases to be heard.
Jun. 26, 2018
The Pulse: Weighed Down
Sometimes it feels like the world is conspiring to make us pack on the pounds — we sit at desks all day, grab fast food on the run, and spend our evenings Netflixing on the couch.
Jun. 26, 2018
Colorado River Water Managers Can Imagine The Future And It Doesn’t Look Pretty
The mention of one plausible future scenario along the Colorado River is enough to make water managers in the West break into a sweat.
Jun. 26, 2018
AZ Organizations Mobilize For HIV Testing Day
According to the CDC, one in seven people with HIV don’t know they carry the virus.
Jun. 26, 2018
Arizonans Called To Court For Missing Jury Duty
People who ignore jury summons can face a fine of up to $1,000, be jailed for three days and be ordered to do community service.
Jun. 26, 2018
Route 66 On National Trust
The annual list of endangered places includes Route 66, the famous highway that connected California to Chicago and includes 400 miles in Arizona.
Jun. 26, 2018
Records: Citations, Fines At Southwest Key Programs In Metro Phoenix
A government-contracted nonprofit with services that include sheltering undocumented children racked up $2,750 dollars in state fines at a half-dozen Valley locations in the last couple years
Jun. 25, 2018
Poll Finds Sinema Leading Challengers
Two months out from primary elections, Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema leads in the race to fill Senator Jeff Flake's seat.
Jun. 25, 2018
Yuma Heritage Area Gets New Leader
The Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area is getting a new chief. Charles Flynn is stepping down after 19 years as executive director.
Jun. 25, 2018
Trail Runner Cat Bradley On Traversing The Grand Canyon
One of the most extreme Grand Canyon challenges is called a rim-to-rim-to-rim, which usually means running down the South Rim, through the canyon, up the North Rim — then all the way back again. Famed trail runner Cat Bradley has done it eight times.
Jun. 25, 2018

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