Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board of The Arizona Republic. The football team at Hamilton High School in Chandler is facing a hazing scandal, and police investigators continue to look at whether some players sexually assaulted teammates — and if administrators knew and didn’t take action.
While big political stories dominated Washington over the weekend, governors from western states met in Phoenix. Here to talk about it is KJZZ's Bret Jaspers, who was at the winter meeting of the Western Governors' Association.
Late Friday night, New York Magazine reported that several women say they were sexually harassed by former Takeaway Host John Hockenberry. Suki Kim, the journalist who broke this story, shares her reporting today on The Takeaway.
President Trump will be in Utah later this morning, and he’s expected to officially announce the reduction of two national monuments in Utah. A number of environmental groups and Native American tribes are unhappy with President Trump’s move. But there are supporters.
DNA testing is all the rage these days — with ads for sites like Ancestry.com and programs like PBS’ "Finding Your Roots." But how could the search for distant relatives affect adopted children and their birth parents?
A study of U.S. veterinarians found they’re almost twice as likely as the general population to experience psychological distress like depression and mental illnesses. It suggests one in 6 might have contemplated suicide since graduating.
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tony Tooke is optimistic Congress can find a solution to "fire borrowing." That's a practice where the Forest Service uses funds earmarked for other things to pay for the escalating costs of wildfire suppression. The cost of fighting wildfires has grown in recent years.