Last year, landlords in Maricopa County filed nearly 63,000 eviction lawsuits. And, when they go through court, they can be completed in no time at all, according to a new investigation by Alden Woods and Agnel Philip for The Arizona Republic.
There will be two big meetings between world leaders early this week. One is on Tuesday in the Korean Peninsula, where the leaders of North and South Korea will start a three day summit in the North Korean capital.
Anyone unlucky enough to be flying in or out of Phoenix yesterday morning knows that one parked car near Terminal 4 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport resulted in hours of delays and confusion. The Show was joined by Sgt. Tommy Thompson with the Phoenix Police Department to talk about this hectic scene.
Hurricanes Irma and Maria did a lot of damage in Puerto Rico. The storms destroyed structures around the perimeter of the island. They also deteriorated beaches. That’s a problem because compromised beaches make structures built on them even more vulnerable to future natural disasters.
Mexico’s foreign relations and interior ministry said in a joint statement they were considering an offer that, according to a report first made by the New York Times, would set aside $20 million in aid for Mexico's immigration enforcement.
Should race be a factor in college admissions? The results of a new poll conducted by WGBH News and released today reveal that nearly three in four Americans do not think it should be. But a majority of Americans also say that they value racial diversity on campus.
SaddleBrooke Ranch just north of Tucson announced its opening a brewery and has even hired a brewmaster. As unique as this might sound, it’s not really. Other age-restricted communities feature wine cellars, movie theaters and bowling alleys.
National Public Lands Day is Saturday, Sept. 22. To celebrate, the Tonto National Forest and others in the state will offer a “fee-free” day. Fees will be waived at day-use sites, including picnic grounds, shorelines and boat launches.
A Mormon man who led a campaign criticizing the church's practice of allowing closed-door, one-on-one interviews of youth by lay leaders that sometimes included sexual questions has been kicked out of the faith following a disciplinary hearing.
Tempe will soon be home to what’s believed to be the country’s first full-service cannabis kitchen. While pre-packaged snacks and shelf-stable food items have been available at Arizona dispensaries, fresh foods made on-site have not.
Phoenix police officers noticed an unattended vehicle shortly after 7 a.m. The car, which was later determined to be a rental, was parked along the curb at Terminal 4 and a bomb squad was called to the scene.