Surprise police discovered last month that the department failed to notify locals of more than a dozen sex offenders living in the community. Officials said they have no evidence those offenders were linked to any sex crimes in the last few years.
There’s been a lot of talk in Hollywood and beyond about diversity in film — both on screen and behind the camera. Here to talk about how the film industry is doing in this area, and where it may be going is Jude Dry, a staff writer at IndieWire.
ASU and Helios Education Foundation are teaming up to try to get a better sense of what works, and what doesn’t, when it comes to K-12 education in Arizona. Here to talk about this new collaboration are Paul Luna, president and CEO of Helios Education Foundation, and ASU President Michael Crow.
Thursday, Mayor Greg Stanton and Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams announced that nine murders had been solved in the span of three weeks. One suspect, Cleophus Cooksey, was determined through the use of a fairly new technology from ATF — the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
President Trump says that a government shutdown would hurt the military, accusing Democrats of putting service members and American national security at risk. But are those claims accurate? Joe Gould, a reporter for Defense News, looks at the effect of a government shutdown on the military.
After Congress failed to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program, known as KidsCare in Arizona, state lawmakers took the first steps to preserve the program if federal dollars are scaled back.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has named a replacement for Republican state Sen. Debbie Lesko who resigned to run for Congress. Republican Rick Gray was unanimously named by the Board of Supervisors to replace Lesko. He will be sworn in Friday.
The Who’s rock opera "Tommy" was released nearly fifty years ago. There was a film version, and it even made it to Broadway. And, recently, the bluegrass band The HillBenders started performing their own unique version.
In an effort to eat healthier, a lot of us look for products with labels like ‘natural,’ ‘non-GMO’ or ‘fat free.’ Research shows that consumers are also willing to pay more for these products, even if they don’t live up to the claims on their packaging.
Fewer Americans seem to be worried about the federal budget deficit. That’s according to the 2017 American Values Survey, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute. To get more insight into the survey, The Show's Mark Brodie spoke with Robert Jones, CEO of PRRI.