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AZ Republicans Ask Trump To Endorse Rep. McSally
In the newest cover story of Newsweek, the Arizona Senate race is in the spotlight. Nina Burleigh makes the argument that President Donald Trump has remade the GOP in his image. The primary example of that, is playing out in the primary in Arizona.
Aug. 13, 2018
Preseason Arizona Cardinals Game Shows Promise
It’s is officially football season, and the Arizona Cardinals are starting out with a win. Their first preseason game was on Saturday night at the University of Phoenix Stadium, and they came out on top with a 24-17 win against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Aug. 13, 2018
What Did ADHS Find In Inspections Of Southwest Key Facilities?
Gov. Doug Ducey called for immediate inspections of all Southwest Key facilities in the state last week after allegations of sexual abuse by some of its employees surfaced.
Aug. 13, 2018
Fire Expert Calls For Worldwide Fire Information Network
Firefighters continue to battle what is now the biggest wildfire in California history. Wildfire season seemingly has become year-round in parts of the country and across the globe.
Aug. 13, 2018
BBC Look Ahead: Brazil
Pakistan is expecting a new prime minister, there’s a new political flap over the burka in the United Kingdom and Brazil’s looking toward an upcoming presidential election.
Aug. 13, 2018
The Pulse: Sports And Health
We think of sports as part of a healthy lifestyle — a chance to move our muscles, work up a sweat, release endorphins. Often that’s true … other times, not so much.
Aug. 13, 2018
The Takeaway: Bombshell Report Accuses Wilbur Ross Of Swindling Millions
In a new recent report by Forbes, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross now faces allegations of grifting millions of dollars from employees, associates, and investors since 2005.
Aug. 13, 2018
The Takeaway: Trump Signs Colossal $717 Billion Military Bill, Renews Attention
President Donald Trump traveled to Fort Drum, New York to sign off on a massive $717 billion defense bill that extends U.S. fighting in Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria and in several other overseas conflict zones around the world.
Aug. 13, 2018
ADOT Updating Pumps To Prevent Flooding
ADOT has spent about $3.5 million to update two water pumps, and more improvements are on the way.
Aug. 13, 2018
Drug Busts Up At AZ Border As Guard Assists With Inspections
It’s not clear if more drugs are crossing the border, or if more help with inspections at the border is increasing the number of drugs busts at the border.
Aug. 13, 2018
ASU And Museum To Offer First WWII Grad Degree
The congressionally appointed National WWII Museum has an education partner in Arizona State University.
Aug. 13, 2018
Hermosillo Company Gives In To Demands Amid Strike
After a four-day workers strike, a German-owned manufacturing company in Hermosillo, Sonora, conceded to union demands, including removing a manager accused of abuses toward workers, providing free meals and building new shade structures.
Aug. 13, 2018
More Special Ed Students
In special circumstances, Arizona public school districts pay for special education students to attend private schools, a situation called a "private day placement."
Limited University Programs For Special Education Teachers A Challenge→
Aug. 13, 2018
Phoenix To Turn Fronds Into Cattle Feed
As Valley residents pick up storm debris, in a lot of cases, the trees that are discarded go to the landfill. But now, the City of Phoenix has a way to divert palm tree fronds.
Aug. 13, 2018
New Water Tap Open For New River Residents
After more than a year of anxiety, residents of New River and Desert Hills north of Phoenix now have a place to fill up their water. A new tap opened late last month that serves water haulers who in turn serve New River and Desert Hills customers.
Aug. 13, 2018
New York Firm Buys 6 Metro Phoenix Apartment Complexes
A New York based investment firm recently bought half a dozen apartment complexes across the Phoenix Valley.
Aug. 13, 2018
In Mexico, An App To Search For The Disappeared
Thousands of people have disappeared in Mexico as a result of crime-related violence. But an artist is trying to help a group on the search with an app.
Aug. 13, 2018
Red Cross Opens Cooling Station In Mohave County
At least 23 thousand Mohave Electric Cooperative customers lost power this weekend in Bullhead City, Mohave Valley and the surrounding areas. Recent storms caused damage to a transformer, leaving many Mohave Electric Cooperative customers without air conditioning.
Aug. 12, 2018
County Animal Control Adopts Pet Facial Recognition
Facial recognition technology has been appearing more throughout our society, most notably on the iPhone X. But now this type of technology can help find your lost pet.
Aug. 12, 2018
Grant To Fund Study Of Doctor Fatigue Over Drug Alerts
A professor at the University of Arizona has received a $1.5 million grant to study a problem known as "alert fatigue."
Aug. 11, 2018

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