The last time a death-row inmate was executed in Arizona, it became a national news story. Convicted killer Joseph Wood was given 15 doses of a sedative and a pain killer at his execution, but the cocktail didn’t work right away. It took nearly two hours for him to die.
Monday saw another wave of bomb threats called in to Jewish day schools and community centers across the country – including in Arizona. With me to talk about it is Todd Rockoff, president and CEO of the Tucson Jewish Community Center.
Zach Conrad set out on a bike ride he figured would take about two hours. He left his Philadelphia rowhome, snaked along the edge of the Schuylkill River, then in and around the trails of Wissahickon Valley Park.
Sethuraman Panchanathan is a Arizona State University vice president with a background in electrical and computer engineering. Robert Clayton Robbins is president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center. He is trained as a cardiac surgeon.
There are a number of bills in the Arizona Legislature right now urging Congress to call an Article V Convention to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution. House Speaker JD Mesnard is the sponsor of one of them.
Protesters in Arizona will still be able to legally gather and not worry about having their property seized if a riot were to break out. That's thanks to House Speaker J.D. Mesnard saying that SB 1142, which passed the Senate, won’t be heard in the House.
When it comes to attracting businesses, city leaders like to promote “walkability." But, in Phoenix, the woman whose main job is to help create jobs, said “walkability" is nothing special. Instead, she thinks the city should focus more on its small-town feel.
Forty five years ago, Olga Korbut was a daring 17-year-old Olympian who created gymnastic moves that had never been attempted. Now the Soviet gymnast has just sold five of her Olympic medals at auction in Arizona.