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A group of geophysicists from Arizona are headed to Nevada to help one company drill for lithium brine, the raw material used to make cell phone batteries. The desert Southwest is the nation’s only home to the resource.
Phoenix is usually associated with never-ending sprawl and strip malls, but a recent article in Architectural Digest magazine calls Phoenix an “under-the-radar city” that’s now a major design hub. What’s changed? Quite a bit.
Mesa has been quietly going through a transition phase. In the past few years, Arizona’s third largest city has seen the addition of light rail, bringing new people to its downtown — and it has spent significant capital to bankroll a 100-million-dollar new ballpark. Mayor John Giles talks with KJZZ about the investments, and the biggest challenge facing the city: recruiting new teachers.
While the turmoil in Washington continues surrounding the firing of FBI Director James Comey last week, President Trump is set to meet with President Erdogan of Turkey at the White House on Tuesday. For a check into this and other top international stories this week, the BBC's Pooneh Ghoddoosi joins us on The Show.
An experimental project called "Crossfade LAB" put on through the nonprofit arts organization CALA Alliance, blends different forms of art as a way to explore the unexpected intersections in our everyday lives.
Arizona lawmakers wrapped up their session last week; among the issues they tackled during their time at the capitol: expanding the state’s school voucher program, tax cuts and a pay raise for teachers.
NASA plans to send a new camera to look for water ice in the moon’s most shadowed regions. The instrument, which will hitch a ride aboard South Korea’s first lunar exploration mission, is 800 times more light-sensitive than the 2009 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera.