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In February, Greg McKay was appointed as director of the Department of Child Safety. Since then, caseloads have continued to increase along with staff turnover.
Jul. 29, 2015
When the Boy Scouts of America voted this week to allow gay adults to be leaders in the organization, it meant many men who spent their childhood in the organization were finally welcome to return.
Jul. 29, 2015
A Buckeye police chief who has unsuccessfully tried to unseat Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the past has announced he will try again in 2016. Dan Saban is the fourth candidate who has entered the race against Arpaio so far.
Jul. 29, 2015
Growers in southeast Arizona are anxiously awaiting a state ruling that could put a moratorium on any new farmland in the region.
Jul. 29, 2015
Nearly 20 Republican and Democratic candidates have announced they're running for President. But can any of them be strong leaders and effective agents of change?
Jul. 29, 2015
In 2014, the Arizona Cardinals got off to a tremendous start, but quarterback injuries and a tiring defense led to a disappointing finish in a first-round playoff loss to the Carolina panthers.
Jul. 29, 2015
The U.S. Senate Committee On Indian Affairs held an oversight hearing on the costs of Alcohol and Drug abuse in Indian Country Wednesday. One of the main themes that emerged from the panel discussion was a push to engage Native youth and the need to tap them for potential solutions.
Jul. 29, 2015
One of Broadway's most popular musicals of the past decade is coming to the Valley later this year.
Jul. 29, 2015
Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order requiring all Japanese Americans to be arrested and interned.
Jul. 29, 2015
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton joined us to talk about efforts to expand transportation options and economic development in the city.
Jul. 29, 2015
A group of researchers and investors in New Mexico hope a new machine could be a game changer for the state’s green chile crop. Their goal is to streamline the harvesting process and increase production.
Jul. 29, 2015
The federal government has been cracking down on for-profit colleges over concerns about deceptive advertising, and the Phoenix-based parent of the University of Phoenix is now the latest target.
Jul. 29, 2015
Starting next season, the Sereno Soccer Club's Under-17 and Under-18 girls teams will begin to track their heart rates during training.
Jul. 29, 2015
The Sonoran pronghorn is light, fast and adapted for life in the desert, but just over a decade ago they were all but wiped out due to a severe drought. Now, efforts to help the endangered animal make a comeback are proving successful.
Jul. 29, 2015
An environmental advocacy group has ranked Saguaro National Park as one of the country’s worst when it comes to air pollution.
Jul. 29, 2015
When someone says “once in a blue moon,” it usually means something rarely happens. But when the second full moon of July appears this Friday, it will be neither blue nor all that rare.
Jul. 29, 2015
The Fort Huachuca Scout began printing in 1954, providing news for soldiers and families on and around the army base near Sierra Vista.
Jul. 28, 2015
Arizona’s policy of drug testing the state’s welfare recipients is coming under increased scrutiny after recent figures suggest only a handful have tested positive.
Jul. 28, 2015
What was your first summer like? Share your stories by using the hashtag #firstphoenixsummer on Facebook or Twitter.
Jul. 28, 2015
Even if the drought lets up in the next couple years, Arizona is still facing a long-term water shortage.
Jul. 28, 2015

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