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A Kickstarter campaign launched this week will spend the next month raising money to print 3D sunglasses out of recycled plastic. The start-up is based in Belgium, but its name is inspired by Yuma, Arizona.
Mexico is investing in a major energy deal that could represent billions of dollars in trade with the U.S. It’s a massive construction project from Texas to Central Mexico. But the project is leaving one group of Mexican workers on the sideline of the economic boom.
Airlines have begun canceling flights to Florida as Hurricane Irma looms. American Airlines has cancelled a Friday Phoenix flight to Miami. The hurricane is expected slam into the state and derail more flights operations in the coming days.
Author and generally creative person Alison Bechdel is known for impacting culture in deep ways. She also wrote a critically-acclaimed graphic memoir called "Fun Home." "Fun Home" has been turned into a musical, and it’s being performed through this weekend at Gammage in Tempe. Its star is former Miss America Kate Shindle, who’s with me.
Last year, there were more than 6,300 births at East Valley hospitals Dignity Health Chandler and Mercy Gilbert. So they’re expanding. Dignity Health is partnering with Phoenix Children’s Hospital to jointly develop a new facility in the East Valley to bring together experts to target care for both mothers and babies.
The Arizona Diamondbacks got off to a strong start this season, then hit a fairly lengthy skid. But for the past two weeks, the Diamondbacks have become the hottest team in the National League. For a quick update on what’s going on, I’m joined by Greg Moore, sports columnist for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com.
In Arizona, it’s very likely you know about one famous architect. Born at the turn of the 20th century and celebrated worldwide — even without any formal architecture training — his style celebrated a social rebelliousness years ahead of his time. But it’s not Frank Lloyd Wright we’re talking about.
Angelica Hernandez and Juan Amaya are living the American Dream. They worked hard in school, paid their way through college and now both work as engineers in the Valley. Along the way, they fell in love, got married, bought a house and had two little girls, one who is 2 and a newborn who’s just 3 months old. But neither of them could have done it without DACA.
As south Florida and the Caribbean brace for Hurricane Irma — and Houston begins to face the destruction left by Harvey — the future of these cities is up in the air. So in the aftermath of Harvey, as people go home to houses full of mold and flooded cars, will Houstonians stay?
You may have noticed if you listen to KJZZ in the morning that Phil Latzman hasn't been on the air this week because he went on vacation. Shockingly enough, Latzman, who has spent a lot of time in Florida, decided to go to Miami — during hurricane season.
On Wednesday, Irma leveled the islands of Barbuda and St. Martin. So far Hurricane Irma is blamed for three deaths. We go now to Florida State University’s Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies and Mark Bourassa, professor of meteorology.
The opioid epidemic has hit the entire country — to the extent that President Trump has declared it a public health emergency. Valley surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Singer agrees that the opioid crisis is a serious one that needs to be addressed, but he’s not convinced that policymakers are approaching solutions in the right way.
The Arizona Department of Education released official AzMERIT test scores for the 2016-17 school year in September 2017. Search an individual school and/or select a school district to see the percentage of students who passed each section.