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Take a look through your junk drawer - for some, a collection of, well junk. But for others, it’s a treasure chest filled with potential. This is the idea that drives the Barter Boat, which is docked at Canal Convergence, a Scottsdale art festival, this weekend.
Labor unions are asking Mexico’s Labor secretary to push his American counterparts on new protections for guest workers in the U.S., as part of the ongoing negotiations over the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Every year, Canal Convergence brings a large-scale, interactive public art project to the Scottsdale Waterfront. This coming November, another large scale project will be unveiled there, and its designers are looking for people who can crochet to help.
Population growth in the region surrounding the U.S.-Mexico border is putting pressure on our limited water supply. For more on the big issues facing water in the border region, The Show's Lauren Gilger got a hold of Ed Archuleta, director of water initiative at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake is talking about several issues this morning, including his newly introduced legislation on gun control. Appearing on "CBS This Morning," he also addressed what happened to the DACA deal, and his breakfast this morning in New Hampshire that was billed as business leaders meeting with potential major party presidential candidates.
The Arizona Board of Regents held a special board meeting Thursday to discuss legal advice “regarding University of Arizona men’s basketball and the multiple-year employment contract for the head men’s basketball coach.”
Before a new development can start construction, there’s a process the company has to go through to get approval for it. But our next guest on The Show says in some cases, opposition to a development that seemingly is from neighbors of the proposed project may, in fact, be something else.
The Satanic Temple has made waves here in the Valley and around the country for its challenges of religious freedom. Now, the group is suing the City of Scottsdale for religious discrimination. So, what does all of this mean for the separation of church and state in this country?