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The Takeaway: PG&E
On Monday, the Northern California energy provider PG&E signaled its intentions to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy, following two years of deadly wildfires. This isn't the first time PG&E has declared bankruptcy, and their history has left increasing ill-will among its customers.
Jan. 15, 2019
Supreme Court Won
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to reinstate a 2002 voter-approved amendment to the Arizona Constitution which denied bail to anyone accused of rape.
Jan. 15, 2019
Former Navajo Nation President Dies
Milton Bluehouse Sr., who served six months as Navajo Nation president during a time of political upheaval, has died. Bluehouse died Monday morning weeks after doctors discovered he had late-stage cancer, said his son, Milton Bluehouse Jr. He was 82.
Jan. 15, 2019
Funeral Procession Route Set For Salt River Police Officer
Funeral procession for a fallen Salt River police officer is expected to briefly close parts of a highway and several roads in Phoenix.
Jan. 15, 2019
The Under-Reported Reality Of Abuse In Vulnerable Populations
As more details come out about the 29-year-old comatose woman gave birth to a baby at Hacienda HealthCare in south Phoenix last month, the story continues to shock disability advocates and the community as a whole. It has also exposed the public to something else — something horrifying.
What We Know About The Internal Investigation Of Hacienda HealthCare Facility
Jan. 15, 2019
 First Cruise Planned From Rocky Point
The governor of neighboring Sonora, Mexico announced Monday that the first cruise ship will set sail from Rocky Point at the end of the year.
Jan. 14, 2019
Study Finds West Nile Strain Endemic To Maricopa County
A study by Arizona researchers suggests that a strain of West Nile virus has taken up permanent residence in Maricopa County. Although the virus tends to spread during warm-weather months, scientists believe it could overwinter within mosquitoes and birds that reside in the area
Jan. 14, 2019
St. Mary
There are almost 1,000 TSA workers in the Phoenix areas alone that have now gone without a paycheck in the new year. St. Mary’s Food Bank said it served about 300 on Monday. The food bank will be back to serve more if the government shutdown continues to strain the budgets of its workers.
Jan. 14, 2019
Voices From The Southern Border: Perspectives Of Those Who Live And Work There Every Day
President Trump has called what's happening on the U.S.-Mexico border a "crisis." But what is it like for the doctors, judges, mayors and border patrol agents who live and work there?
Jan. 14, 2019
Sonoran Carne Asada To Be Featured On Netflix
From street corner taquerías to well-known restaurants, some of Sonora’s best carne asada tacos are getting their moment in the limelight as part of a new Netflix show called “The Taco Chronicles.”
Jan. 14, 2019
What We Know About The Investigation Of Facility Where Patient Was Raped
Hacienda HealthCare hired former Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley to conduct an internal investigation following the rape and subsequent birth of a child to a comatose patient. Romley called the incident a “horrendous sexual assault,” at a press conference Monday.
Jan. 14, 2019
Los Angeles Teachers Go On Strike
For the first time in 30 years, teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District — the nation’s second largest — have walked off the job.
Jan. 14, 2019
BBC Look-Ahead: Big Week Upcoming For Brexit
Tuesday is a big day in the ongoing Brexit saga, as the United Kingdom moves ever closer to leaving the European Union. For more on that and other international stories coming up this week, The Show was joined by BBC’s Rich Preston.
Jan. 14, 2019
AZ Minority Leader: Dems Ready To Play More Prominent Role
On Monday afternoon, Gov. Ducey delivers his State of the State speech, outlining his priorities for the 2019 legislative session. The Show recently sat down with House Minority Leader Charlene Fernandez of Yuma.
Jan. 14, 2019
Boas: Lawmakers Battle Over AZ
The Show regularly checks in with Editorial Board of the Arizona Republic to talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Jan. 14, 2019
CA Begins
There is a massive deadline looming for states that draw water from the Colorado River Basin — Arizona included. But now, there is another twist in it — this time out of California.
Jan. 14, 2019
Tensions In The Phoenix City Council Continue To Bubble
The Phoenix City Council has had to face big choices in the past year, but the debates in meetings have been about more than just the issues. Tension between council members has bubbled up to the surface.
Jan. 14, 2019
ASU President Crow: AG Lawsuit Unfounded, Strange
Last week, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich continued his battle against Arizona State University. He filed a second lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents saying ASU’s real estate deal with the Omni Hotel is an illegal use of tax-free land.
Jan. 14, 2019
McCain Mural In Scottsdale Sparks Debate Over Art, Property Rights
A battle over the proper way to pay an artistic tribute to an Arizona icon is brewing in Old Town Scottsdale. Last week, a privately-funded public mural honoring John McCain was put on hold by city leaders. The project is being reconsidered after complaints from a local business owner who insists his opposition has more to do with property rights than it does politics.
Jan. 14, 2019
The Takeaway: Cybersecurity Threatened By Extended Government Shutdown
The U.S. saw a record-breaking number of data breaches and information hacks in 2018, and with the shutdown at a record-breaking number of days, is the U.S. more vulnerable to attack?
Jan. 14, 2019

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