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Arizona House Speaker-Elect Announces Plans To Speed Up Water Rights Lawsuits
Representative Rusty Bowers said at an agribusiness roundtable this week he hopes to appropriate more funding during legislature to go toward the adjudication process.
Dec. 11, 2018
The Pulse: Adaptation After Amputation — An Acrobat Finds New Ways To Fly
For a decade, Erin Ball has been a circus performer, climbing strips of fabric hung from the ceiling and doing daring drops like the acrobats of Cirque du Soleil. She owns a circus studio in Kingston, Ontario, where she teaches her students tricks on the aerial silks, hoop and trapeze.
Dec. 11, 2018
How To Predict Public Health Outbreaks Before They Happen
In Arizona, we have seen an alarming spike in syphilis cases in women and newborns. But, the University of California’s Institute for Prediction Technology predicts where outbreaks like this will happen. And, they do that by using social media.
Dec. 11, 2018
Judge Orders AZ Pay $2M Over
Arizona will have to pay nearly $2 million dollars in legal fees to the challengers of former Gov. Jan Brewer’s executive order to keep “DREAMers” from getting licenses to drive.
Dec. 11, 2018
Judge: Earlier Rulings Over Inmate Care To Remain
A judge who took over supervision of a legal settlement over the quality of health care in Arizona prisons has said the rulings of another judge who previously presided over the lawsuit will remain in place.
Dec. 11, 2018
The Takeaway: Theresa May
When the 27 countries of the European Union in November ratified a Brexit deal negotiated by British Prime Minister Theresa May, expectations were low that the UK parliament would give its approval.
Dec. 11, 2018
Investigation: Police Using Exceptions To Clear Rape Cases
For some police departments across the country, there may be more to some of their crime statistics than it would appear.
Dec. 11, 2018
Internment Camp Clean Up A Time For Descendants To Reflect
At one point during World War II more than 13,000 Japanese American people were incarcerated about an hour south of Phoenix. The Gila River Indian Community tightly controls access to the site, so one of the few opportunities for non-tribal members to visit is an annual cleanup that has become a pilgrimage for descendants of internees.
Dec. 11, 2018
Arizona Lawmakers Push Back On $32 Vehicle Registration Fee
Rep. Noel Campbell, the architect of the fee, said there is a need for the additional dollars for road construction and maintenance. But Campbell, like Ugenti-Rita, is irked that the fee is so much higher than he was told when he proposed it.
Dec. 10, 2018
Sen. Jeff Flake:
A recent Pew Research poll shows two-thirds of Americans, both Republicans and Democrats support U.S. trade, but their views on tariffs have diverged.
Dec. 10, 2018
Poll: Voters Don
The Phoenix City Council Wednesday is expected to consider a $185 million dollar taxpayer-funded project to upgrade the Phoenix Suns home court.
Dec. 10, 2018
Geminid Meteor Shower Will Peak This Week
This week, the Geminid meteor shower is supposed to peak and the best nights to see it will be Thursday and Friday night.
Dec. 10, 2018
Voyager 2 Space Probe Enters Interstellar Space
More than six years after Voyager 1 left the sun’s protective bubble of particles and magnetic fields, Voyager 2 has become the second human-made object to enter interstellar space.
Dec. 10, 2018
A Taste Of Tucson Reaches Upstate New York
Tucson is well known for its food scene and, now, it’s fame is going out of state — way out of state. Marana-raised chef Joseph Zolnierowski IV recently opened a Tucson-themed restaurant in upstate New York.
Dec. 10, 2018
Increase Of Sudden Unexpected Infants Deaths In Arizona
Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths, also known as SUIDs, increased in Arizona by 5 percent from 2016 to 2017.
Dec. 10, 2018
Medicaid In Good Position, A Recession Might Change That
Congress approved the Affordable Care Act more than eight years ago, and it continues to be a political flash point, both here in Arizona and in Washington, D.C. The current open enrollment period ends on Friday, and in advance of that, we’re looking at the issue of healthcare in a series of conversations.
Dec. 10, 2018
Boas: Keeping Suns In Downtown Phoenix
The Phoenix City Council is scheduled this week to vote on a plan to spend $150 million to update Talking Stick Resort Arena, which is the home of the Phoenix Suns. The city’s share of the money would come from money raised on items like rental cars and hotel rooms. The team would also pay for some of the upgrades.
Dec. 10, 2018
First Gene-Edited Food Hits The Market
The first gene-edited food is starting to make its way into everyday products. Soybeans that have been edited to make their oil contain less trans fats will now go into production for things like granola bars and cooking oils, making them healthier.
Dec. 10, 2018
Report Shows Home Flipping Down Nationwide, Up In Phoenix
Arizona is the nation’s capitol in home flipping. And, it turns out, home flippers are a good sign of where the housing market is heading. According to a new report, there’s a nationwide decline in the practice — but not in Phoenix.
Dec. 10, 2018
Mexico Lays Out Plans For $8B Oil Refinery
The construction of the country's seventh refinery is part of an attempt to lower the country’s dependence on imported fuel.
Dec. 10, 2018

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