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Some Navajo See Small Business Fill Coal Gap
Utilities plan to shut down the west’s largest coal-fired power plant at the end of the year. That is if the Navajo Nation doesn’t purchase it in a last ditch effort to save a main source of the tribe’s revenue. Many Navajo Generating Station employees have accepted jobs in Phoenix but others are looking for ways to make a living on the reservation.
Feb. 19, 2019
Interior Nominee Will Recuse Himself From (Some) Matters Involving Central Arizona Project
President Trump’s pick to lead the Department of Interior, David Bernhardt, will recuse himself from some matters involving the Central Arizona Project.
Feb. 19, 2019
Metro Phoenix Home Sellers Averaged $65,000 Profit In 2018
The average profit for a home seller in the Valley last year was $65,000. According to ATTOM Data, that’s $4,000 higher than the average U.S. profit in 2018. Still, the local numbers are lower than before the recession.
Feb. 19, 2019
Group Proposes Legislative Fix To Rural-Urban Health Care Divide
Depending on where a patient lives across the state, health care costs can vary greatly. One Arizona advocacy group says legislative policy is the way to fix it.
Feb. 18, 2019
Maricopa Delegation To Visit Mexico City
This week, the Maricopa Association of Governments will send a delegation to Mexico City for the first time — a mission that will not be affected by President Trump’s recent decision to declare an emergency to secure funds for a border wall.
Feb. 18, 2019
For Mexican Avocados, It’s A Touchdown!
The import of Mexican avocados had been endangered by recent trade tensions between the U.S. and Mexico. But the buttery fruit has a longtime American ally: the Super Bowl.
Feb. 18, 2019
Gallego Still Deciding On Senate Bid
Progressive groups are pushing for Gallego to run after Mark Kelly announced he's running.
Feb. 18, 2019
On The Ledge: Charter School Law Reforms
One of the biggest issues being discussed before Arizona's next legislative session is the potential for reforms or changes to laws governing state charter schools.
Feb. 18, 2019
Arizona House Hears Bill On School Safety
Last week was the anniversary of the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, but, all year long, student activists have raised their voices to ask lawmakers to pass gun-safety laws — and it appears to be working.
Feb. 18, 2019
Professor Explains The Changes In U.S. Trade Policy
U.S. trade policy has changed dramatically over two years of the Trump Administration, with modifications made to some agreements.
Feb. 18, 2019
Is There Data On How Police Nationwide Use Stun Guns?
In 2017, Glendale Police pulled over a car for a traffic violation. The Glendale police department said that Wheatcroft was observed reaching in between the seats. They said he, “exhibited verbal non-compliance” and resisted arrest. To subdue him the officers tased him 11 times.
Feb. 18, 2019
Protesters Across U.S. Speak Out Against The Border Wall
In Tucson this President's Day, protesters will gather to speak out against the national emergency declaration and the wall.
Feb. 18, 2019
Boas: A Tale Of Two Senators
Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally have been together in the U.S. Senate for about six weeks, and both are working to make their marks.
Feb. 18, 2019
How Long Will Arizona
People who flock to Phoenix for the warmer temperatures in the winter have been in for a shock.
Feb. 18, 2019
BBC Look-Ahead: Vatican Addresses Sex Abuse Scandal
On Thursday, a major conference will begin in Vatican City as the Catholic Church again tries to confront the sex abuse scandal that has damaged the church’s credibility around the world.
Feb. 18, 2019
Lawsuits Arise After Trump
It's been a dizzying month of news from the U.S.-Mexico border as President Donald Trump declared a national security crisis to shift funding from the military to border security.
Feb. 18, 2019
Arizona DPS Is Closing Its Northern Dispatch Center
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is closing its only dispatch center north of Phoenix, one of three in the state.
Feb. 18, 2019
Most Nogales Recyclables End Up In Landfills
Nogales is the latest city to be affected by China's restrictions on recyclables.
Feb. 18, 2019
The Takeaway: Migrants Are Shuttered Away In Abandoned Mexican Factory, Not Allowed Exit To Request Asylum
Hundreds of Central American migrants are shuttered away in an abandoned factory, with Mexican security forces preventing their exit. The migrants are attempting to reach the U.S. border to request asylum at a Texas port of entry.
Feb. 18, 2019
Supporters Of Arizona Needle Exchange Bill Intend To Hold Hearing
With a deadline looming at the Arizona Legislature, supporters of a bill to legalize needle exchanges are planning to hold a hearing this week to keep the measure from dying for a second year in a row.
Feb. 18, 2019

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