Chicago playwright Joel Drake Johnson’s tidy one-act isn’t perfect, but it offers interesting perspective and burnishes its rough edges with some real literary style. The cast and their director offset the script’s soft spots with an obvious affection for the material.
Phoenix city leaders are taking their first step towards creating a Latino Cultural Center. On Wednesday, council members approved spending $70,000 for a consultant to conduct a capital needs assessment and feasibility study for a center that would “promote knowledge and appreciation of the cultures of Latinos.”
By a vote of 7-1, Phoenix City Council members approved an ordinance making it a misdemeanor for someone to maintain 10 or more animals without appropriate food, water and medical care — with one exception.
Newly released data shows the number of families from Central America arriving at the southern border this year nearly reached the unexpected levels that threatened the U.S.’s immigration resources in 2014.
Jeremy Duda of The Arizona Capitol Times explores the broader topic of treason and its history in his new book—his first—called "If This Be Treason: The American Rogues and Rebels Who Walked the Line Between Dissent and Betrayal."
The community meetings are one of the mandatory reforms that U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow ordered after finding Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s office racially profiled Latinos in its efforts to crackdown on illegal immigration.
At one of the harshest federal prisons in the country, inmates are left with their wrists and ankles cuffed for hours, days and sometimes weeks at a time. The prison says it's a safety issue. Inmates say it's punishment.