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ESPN has been the dominant sports network for decades and, even with increasing competition, that hasn’t changed. But the cord cutters who don’t help pay for cable packages have hurt ESPN’s bottom line, leading to layoffs and worries about the network’s future. And some critics are even saying ESPN is too politically correct and leans to the left.
On Wednesday, the City Council will vote on a five-year contract worth up to $2.5 million. If approved, certified outreach workers from Community Bridges will engage with people on the streets and offer medical, behavioral health and recovery services.
As temperatures increase this week around the state and with June typically the driest month, the risk of dangerous wildfires is rising rapidly. We head into the heart of fire season without the federal government’s top emergency official.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has declared a statewide health emergency in response to the rise in deaths from opioids. New state numbers show about a 16 percent increase in overdoses last year with nearly 800 people dying.
The Nature Conservancy isn’t known for its work in cities. It’s known for working to protect some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes across the globe. But a few years ago, the conservancy shifted its focus to the urban landscape.
The nation’s largest Latino civil rights advocacy organization, the National Council of La Raza, was founded here in Phoenix in 1968. Now on the eve of their 50th anniversary, they’re coming back to the Valley.
President Donald Trump to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate agreement. In the past he's called man-made climate change a "hoax." Public opinion is divided on the issue, especially in one state that Trump likes to call home. The BBC's Ed Butler has been looking at Florida's climate problem.
“Taxpayers are paying for the wellness and maintenance of these monuments highways and statues,” said Rep. Reginald Bolding Jr. “I don’t have a choice whether or not my tax dollars go to promoting symbols of hatred.”