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America’s opioid crisis has revealed not only our society’s struggle with addiction, but also chronic pain. As states respond to the epidemic, some patients fear losing access to the medication. But what about those who want to get off it?
Even more gratifying than watching the nicely directed, ably acted local production of "Hand to God" is the pleasure of seeing such a blasphemous black comedy at Phoenix Theatre, where one is more likely to find Dolly Levi making matches for the millionth time.
Many young undocumented immigrants who were taken to the U.S. as children are considering their options as temporary protections are set to expire. In Mexico, a few are returning, looking for opportunities they didn’t have in the United States. Phoenix Business Owner Dreams Of Canada →
The director of the Bureau of Indian Education told a House committee Wednesday President Donald Trump’s budget will not impact plans to improve Native American education, despite a 16 percent cut to the bureau.
Many rural school districts in Arizona are losing students, which means they’re also losing state funding. Numbers compiled by the Arizona School Boards Association find counties with declining enrollment have lost more than $13 million since 2015.
Donna Rossi has been a fixture on TV news in Arizona for three decades. She’s worked in Flagstaff, Tucson and in Phoenix at CBS5, and has covered every major story in our state in that time. And, last week, she announced her retirement.
Arizona doesn’t have a huge Asian-American population, but the current political cycle features four candidates with that background. Three of them are Democrats: congressional candidates Dr. Hiral Tipirneni and Anita Malik, and state House candidate Amish Shah. The fourth is longtime Republican state lawmaker Kimberly Yee, who is running for state treasurer.
The U.S. Veterans Affairs Department’s Inspector General is accusing Secretary David Shulkin of misusing public money, and his chief of staff of doctoring an email to justify a trip Shulkin and his wife took to Europe. The Inspector General’s report, released on Wednesday, also accuses Shulkin of improperly accepting gifts on that trip.