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A coalition of conservation advocates have filed an official objection against the Tonto National Forest’s motorized travel plan.
Jul. 26, 2016
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s office is investigating what Sheriff Joe Arpaio says is a likely murder-suicide at a home south of Gilbert.
Jul. 26, 2016
Named after his great uncle, Earp re-enacts his famous relative's life in a series of bio-dramas that he and wife have performed throughout North America.
Jul. 26, 2016
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The action by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services follows Arizona lawmakers' approval of legislation last spring ending an enrollment freeze for KidsCare, Arizona's version of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program.
Jul. 26, 2016
Arizona delegates react to the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Jul. 26, 2016
Cochise County Courhouse in Bisbee
Cochise County Superior Court since May has been using new technology that allows a stenographer to document proceedings from an outside location.
Jul. 26, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Attorneys who won a racial profiling case against Sheriff Joe Arpaio are seeking $5.9 million in legal fees and expenses for pressing contempt-of-court allegations against the lawman and other costs.
Jul. 26, 2016
Loreal Tsigine
Navajo leaders and community members are outraged and are petitioning for a federal investigation into the shooting death of a Navajo woman last March.
Jul. 25, 2016
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The University of Arizona Cancer Center is contributing to a national effort to bring cancer treatments and prevention to patients within five years.
Jul. 25, 2016
Downtown Phoenix
Phoenix is undergoing some dramatic changes, but there’s still work to be done to make the city more walkable and bikeable, and more of a community.
Jul. 25, 2016
Fire crews rescued four people from Phoenix trails today Monday in two separate, heat-related incidents.
Jul. 25, 2016
Road
Route 66’s history is one that’s primarily connected with the Nat King Cole song about getting your kicks, but that route was often an uncomfortable—sometimes risky—one for African-American travelers.
Jul. 25, 2016
It’s Monday, so let’s celebrate the working life. We’re looking at the people who do the jobs that you sometimes don’t see or don’t think about.
Jul. 25, 2016
Protesters gather at Camelback Road
Rashad Shabazz, an associate professor at ASU’s School of Transformation has been closely watching protests and rallies unfold in our community. He says the younger, diverse crowds are the "future of the Valley."
Jul. 25, 2016
The Show talked with Al Tompkins of the Poynter Institute about how government and political conspiracies seem to have made a comeback.
Jul. 25, 2016
One Arizona's delegates at the DNC is John V. Gomez. We talked with him to learn about his expectations.
Jul. 25, 2016
We checked in with NPR’s Don Gonyea for a preview and to find out about Arizona Democrats’ efforts to turn the state their way in November.
Jul. 25, 2016
One of Mexico's top drug lords has apologized to the U.S. government for the 1985 murder of a DEA agent, but denies having played a role in his death.
Jul. 25, 2016
For transgender people, the costs of sex reassignment surgery are substantial. Only in recent years have more employers begun covering those procedures, but others still don’t and a case is now headed to federal court.
Jul. 25, 2016
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More companies are changing the way they evaluate employees. Recently, IBM joined Accenture and General Electric by overhauling or eliminating the traditional annual reviews. Company leaders determined the time, money and effort spent on annual reviews wasn’t paying off with improved performance.
Jul. 25, 2016

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