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Guaymas Mayor Responds To Threats: ‘What Do You Want? My Life?’
The mayor of a major Sonoran port city near the popular resort town of San Carlos is asking for federal backing after threats were made against her. Guaymas Mayor Sara Valle responded Monday to so-called narcomantas hung up in her city recently.
July 30, 2019
Phoenix Suns Owner Pays $10 Million For Land
When the Phoenix Suns made a deal with the city to renovate the Talking Stick Resort Arena, the team’s owner pledged to build a practice facility.
July 30, 2019
Online Sales Will Soon Be Taxable In Arizona
Most online sales in Arizona will be subject to state sales taxes after the Legislature and governor approved a plan to require online retailers who do more than $200,000 in sales in Arizona to collect the tax.
July 30, 2019
What Is The Cost Of Alzheimers Disease On Society?
Alzheimer’s is one of the costliest diseases, not just to the individual or family that’s living it, but to society as a whole. A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease this week found that we could be grossly underestimating the true cost of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
July 30, 2019
Somali Refugees In Tucson Arrested On Terror Conspiracy Charges
Two Somali refugees living in Tucson were arrested by the FBI on charges of trying to join ISIS then possibly launch a terror attack on the U.S.
July 30, 2019
AZ Needle Exchange Program Faces Funding Shortage
A funding shortage is limiting the ability of the organization, Shot in the Dark, to continue its needle exchange and syringe service programs in Arizona. Advocates say that could lead to increases in addiction and cause HIV and Hepatitis C outbreaks.
July 30, 2019
Sedona Is Facing A Housing Crisis — And AirBnB May Be The Cause
Sedona has always been a tourist magnet, with its beautiful red rocks and Oak Creek Canyon. But today, it is facing a housing crisis.
July 30, 2019
Court Rules Groups Cant Stop Mining On Navajo Reservation
Environmental groups have tried to hinder expanded coal mining on the Navajo Reservation that powers the Four Corners Power Plant. But the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals put a stop to their bid on Monday.
July 30, 2019
Tucson Receives $2.6 Million Grant For Electric Buses
The Federal Transit Administration has approved a $2.6 million grant for the city of Tucson. Tucson Electric Power will partner with the city to install the electric charging stations. Arizona is one of 38 states to receive the grant.
July 30, 2019
Federal Grant To Encourage More Local Food In Gilbert Schools
The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded Gilbert Public Schools a $50,000 grant to help it incorporate more local foods. “We also want to also assess ...the foods on our menus and in our recipes and see where is the food coming form and is there local vendors or local growers, farmers, that we could partner with,” said district nutrition educator Luce Filiatrault.
July 30, 2019
Journey To Find Arizonas Cuisine — Mesquite Pods
What is Arizona cuisine? That’s the question Phoenix New Times food critic Chris Malloy is attempting to answer in his year-long series “Sonoran Arcana,” and he brings The Show along with him on the journey each month. This time, the Show joined Malloy and Cotton & Copper chef Tamara Stanger to forage for mesquite pods.
July 30, 2019
Senate Confirms Appointment Of New Federal Judge For Arizona
The U.S. Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump's appointment of a lawyer who formerly was Gov. Doug Ducey's top staff attorney to be a U.S. District Court judge for Arizona.
July 30, 2019
McSally Defends Pentagon Nominee Against Sexual Assault Allegations
"Sexual assault happens in the military," Sen. Martha McSally said regarding Gen. John Hyten, who has been nominated to be the next vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. "It just didn't happen in this case."
July 30, 2019
BLM: Wall Across San Pedro River Would Be
The Trump administration is planning to build or replace 63 miles of border fencing mostly on protected federal lands in Pima and Cochise Counties, including a 0.2-mile section that would cross the San Pedro River. The proposed design of that new "bollard-style" wall includes 18-to-30-foot, concrete-filled steel bollards about 6-by-6 inches in diameter
July 30, 2019
Trump Signs Sinema Bill To Protect Vets From Predatory Mortgages
President Donald Trump signed Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's bill July 25. The proposal closes a loophole in federal law that allowed some veterans to get caught up in predatory home refinance deals.
July 30, 2019
Tempe Police Launches Positive Ticketing Campaign
The Tempe Police Department is launching a “positive ticketing” campaign for pedestrians and cyclists, and those tickets are actually coupons.
July 30, 2019
Selling Drug Traffickers’ Spoils, Mexico Tries To Do Good With Bad
The Mexican government seized more than 2,000 pieces of jewelry and this weekend put them up for auction in what President Andrés Manuel López Obrador hopes will be an effort to show transparency and a commitment to the country’s most resource-strapped communities.
More News From Mexico City
July 30, 2019
U.S. AG Issues Opinion On Families In Asylum Cases
The U.S. attorney general has extraordinary power over the immigration courts, and William Barr has issued an opinion saying most people who fear persecution because of family ties will no longer be eligible for asylum.
July 29, 2019
Some In Pima Jail Dont Get Education Funds Under New AG Opinion
A new opinion from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is leaving dozens of young adults who are locked up in Pima County jail without the funding to help them complete a high school diploma.
July 29, 2019
APS CEO Don Brandt To Appear In Front Of Arizona Corporation Commission
APS CEO Don Brandt has agreed to appear in front of the Arizona Corporation Commission. Justin Olson, a member of the commission, wants more information about the woman who died in her home after APS turned her power off.
July 29, 2019

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