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 death chamber
The parties in a lawsuit challenging Arizona’s death penalty protocol are due in federal court Wednesday for a hearing.
Jun. 28, 2016
Paul Shah
Yuma middle-school students got an inside look at the pharmaceutical industry at the family-owned Santa Teresa Pharmacy, where they got some hands-on training.
Jun. 28, 2016
A civil rights group has released a series of reports alleging violations by agents with the U.S. Homeland Security Department.
Jun. 28, 2016
Eligible students will pay $43 per credit hour for courses that still have open seats after a class first meets.
Jun. 28, 2016
Wider locks have opened, allowing the latest megaships to get through the Panama Canal— the link between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The implications for the U.S. economy will be profound once Asian demand for goods like Arizona cotton and Texas oil and natural gas rebounds.
Jun. 28, 2016
New Mexico State University will now offer discounted tuition to some Mexican students. The new rate will be about half of what out-of-state students pay.
Jun. 28, 2016
When it comes to end-of-life planning, traditional burial is no longer the predominant choice. In 2015 nationwide— cremation surpassed burial as the preferred method of what the industry calls “final disposition.” And Arizona is one of a handful of states leading the way in that trend. Those changes mean the funeral service industry here is having to adapt.
Jun. 28, 2016
Downtown Phoenix
The New York Times singled out downtown Phoenix for its hipness, but what do locals think?
Jun. 27, 2016
Downtown Tempe
Mary Ann Miller, who has been at the center of Tempe business discussions for about two decades will retire from the Tempe Chamber of Commerce in August.
Jun. 27, 2016
Donald Trump
The behavior of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump indicates what a President Trump might do. That would seem to include his dismantling of parts of our First Amendment - speech and press freedom. Joseph Russomanno explains.
Jun. 27, 2016
Casino
From sports teams to car dealerships, Indian gaming is helping tribes across Arizona expand their economic muscle.
Jun. 27, 2016
Abortion rights advocates are gearing up to challenge some of Arizona restrictions in the wake of Monday's Supreme Court decision.
Jun. 27, 2016
When you get your ballot in the mail or consider it when you’re in the voting booth, the most confusing category for most people includes judges. The Show untangles the issue.
Jun. 27, 2016
death chamber
The state of Arizona has eliminated its use of the sedative midazolam as one of the drugs it relies on in carrying out executions. Arizona Republic Reporter Michael Kiefer has covered the issue extensively.
Jun. 27, 2016
Pro-choice advocates celebrated Monday's Supreme Court ruling striking down parts of a Texas law that represented some of the nation's strictest regulations on abortion providers.
Jun. 27, 2016
Walmart
Walmart is eliminating positions that cover accounting and invoicing. The retail giant is expanding its initial test to simplify processes to about 500 stores, mostly in the West.
Jun. 27, 2016
A new report shines a spotlight on the growth of dark and grey money spending in elections.
Jun. 27, 2016
Maybe you get a copy of The New York Times or The Arizona Republic every morning on your driveway. And you count on it to appear every day. What you might not know is the process starts well before the sun rises.
Jun. 27, 2016
The lanes could switch for I-17 northbound traffic on a Friday, then switch to accommodate southbound traffic on Sunday.
Jun. 27, 2016
AzMERIT asessment report
Preliminary results show that more than 50 percent of Arizona 10th and 11th graders are "minimally proficient" in English language arts.
Jun. 27, 2016

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