Arizona law says that by June 1st, officials for each party must name the 11 people who will cast the electoral votes for their candidate if he or she wins the state in November. The Arizona Green Party failed to do so.
Part 3: The border Mexico shares with Guatemala has changed since Mexico began its southern border plan in 2014. A town that once symbolized the migrant trail is now emblematic of how migration routes have splintered and become more dangerous.
Creating a walkable downtown that attracts visitors to shops, restaurants and entertainment venues is a priority for many cities, including Scottsdale, Tempe and Phoenix. Now, the decision makers in Glendale are focusing on how to revitalize their downtown, including the historic square.
Six senior-level deans have recently resigned from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix. Now the Arizona Medical Association has approved a vote of “no-confidence” in the school’s administration.
June 8, 2016, marks 10 years since the Warm Fire sparked controversy north of the Grand Canyon. Fire managers decided to manage the blaze to get rid of dense fuels. But days later strong wind gusts pushed the fire beyond its boundary and changed the landscape for centuries to come.
Ecuador and Peru face off at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the second of three Copa America Centenario games that will be played in Glendale, and emergency responders are warning fans to be prepared for scorching temperatures.
When Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the federal government’s directive that public schools let students use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity, one of the plaintiffs was the Heber-Overgaard Unified School District.
Part 2: In 2012, a senior official in the Department of Homeland Security declared that Mexico’s southern border with Guatemala was essentially the southern border of the U.S. That was two years before the Central American child migrant crisis unfolded in the U.S. Since then, the United States has assisted Mexico on its southern border. The result has been unprecedented deportations from Mexico amid a rise in allegations of corruption against its immigration agents.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.