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Supreme Court Hears Arguments On E-Commerce Sales Taxes
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday that could potentially change the way states collect taxes on internet retailers with no brick-and-mortar presence on the ground, and the outcome could potentially mean big returns for state coffers.
Apr. 18, 2018
AZ Teachers Have Mixed Feelings Over #RedForEd Strike
Teachers across Arizona are continuing their process of deciding whether or not to go on strike in search of higher pay for themselves and, more generally, increased funding for schools.
Apr. 18, 2018
Secretary Of Homeland Security Visiting Border With Ducey
Rafael Carranza, border reporter for the Arizona Republic, is making his way south to join the tour today, and he stopped in Casa Grande to briefly speak with The Show.
Apr. 18, 2018
2 State Lawmakers Launch Arizona Future Caucus
Two state lawmakers have launched the Arizona Future Caucus, which is a part of the national Millennial Action Project. The group will be made up of legislators age 40 and under.
Apr. 18, 2018
Republicans Propose Balanced Budget Amendment
Less than a month after approving a 12-bill omnibus spending package that President Donald Trump signed, the Republican-led Congress moved to get a Balanced Budget Amendment on the books.
Apr. 18, 2018
Southwest Flight Fatality First In Company
There was an in-flight engine failure on a Southwest Boeing 737 airliner headed from LaGuardia to Dallas yesterday, causing the pilot to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport. One person died on the flight.
Apr. 18, 2018
What Are The Risks For Arizona Teachers To Strike?
As Arizona school districts vote to support teachers in negotiations, educators deliberate over the right to strike and the legal risks associated with that decision.
Apr. 18, 2018
GOP Taking Nothing For Granted In 8th Congressional District Race
Voters in the 8th Congressional District are choosing a replacement for Trent Franks after he resigned abruptly last year. His former district is considered as red as the sun is bright. But while Republicans are taking nothing for granted, the Democratic challengernsees a path to victory.
Apr. 18, 2018
Phoenix Family In Crisis Turns To Unique School Social Work Program
When one family was torn apart by unexpected events, they looked to their local school, their "second home" for help. A social worker was there to meet them. That's not the case at about three-quarters of Arizona public schools.
Phoenix School Takes On Mindfulness, One Breath At A Time
Apr. 18, 2018
The threat of an asteroid colliding with the Earth is often over-hyped.
Apr. 17, 2018
9th Circuit Appoints Special Counsel To Defend Joe Arpaio Ruling
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will appoint a special counsel to defend a district court ruling that left former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s criminal contempt conviction in place.
Apr. 17, 2018
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Have you ever wondered why dogs only sweat through their feet? Or why cacti have spines instead of leaves? There’s a website that can answer your questions.
Apr. 17, 2018
Administration Changes Course On Organic Labeling
Early last year, the Obama Administration put forward something called the Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices rule. It specified the kinds of practices organic egg and meat producers would have to follow to be considered organic. The Trump Administration recently withdrew that rule.
Apr. 17, 2018
Research Focuses On How To Help Adults With Autism
Roughly one out of every 68 kids is on the autism spectrum, and there’s a lot of research into how they learn and what interventions work the best to make that happen. But Megan Farley has been looking at a slightly older population: 22 to 51-year-olds.
Apr. 17, 2018
Apartment Project Gives Adults With Autism Independence
Later this year, the Valley will open its first project devoted to giving adults with autism a place to live in a semi-independent way and help them make that vital transition.
Apr. 17, 2018
Supreme Court Shoots Down Vague Provision In Immigration Law
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision this morning, knocking down a vague provision in immigration law, making it harder to deport immigrants convicted of certain crimes.
Apr. 17, 2018
Arizona School Boards Association Supports Ducey Teacher Pay Plan
Arizona teachers started voting today whether to authorize a strike over low pay and other issues. Last week, Gov. Doug Ducey unveiled a proposal to give teachers a 20 percent pay raise over a couple of years.
Apr. 17, 2018
Phoenix City Manager: City Has Nearly $3 Million Surplus
Phoenix has a nearly $3 million surplus on its roughly $4 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year, according to City Manager Ed Zuercher. Compare that to last year when the city projected a multi-million dollar shortfall.
Apr. 17, 2018
Stringent Fire Restrictions Coming To Gila County
Recent warm and windy conditions are bringing an early start to stricter fire restrictions beginning Wednesday in the eastern part of the Arizona.
Apr. 17, 2018
Water On Moon More Widespread Than Previously Thought
Water on the moon appears to be more spread out along its surface rather than concentrated at the poles as previously thought.
Apr. 17, 2018

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