The repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act has moved on to the U.S. Senate, and the debate is heating up in red states like Arizona. More than half a million people got coverage under the law, yet it’s also often held up as the poster child for the law's failures.
Following the 2008 housing crisis and subsequent recession, Phoenix had one of the highest rates of disconnected youths — young people ages 16 to 24 who are both out of school and not working. So, Phoenix took action.
More college students across the country are seeking out mental health services. Dr. Aaron Krasnow, Associate VP and Director of ASU’s Health and Counseling Services, talks on The Show about what he’s seen at his school.
When Sheriff Paul Penzone took office this year, he identified the Tent City Jail as his No. 1 priority. He formed a committee to look at the positives and negatives of the facility and, ultimately, decided to shut it down.
An independent investigation into allegations of document tampering and email monitoring at MCCCD found no evidence to support the claims, but did find "very serious departmental issues within the District." KJZZ’s education reporter Carrie Jung read the 145-page investigation report and explains the findings.
An East Valley roadway is set to reopen Thursday afternoon. The northbound lanes of Gilbert Road between Thomas Road and State Route 87 were closed after the release of Salt River Project water washed them out.