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A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit spanning 48 states, including Arizona, accusing a mortgage lender of shoddy business practices.
Jan. 4, 2018
Astronaut
Forty-five years ago, NASA used part of the Sonora desert in Mexico to prepare expeditions to the Moon. Now, a new venture to Mars might just start there.
Jan. 4, 2018
police car
The Arizona Supreme court says police cannot put a GPS device onto a vehicle to track its movement without a warrant. That’s according to a new precedent setting decision surrounding the right of privacy.
Jan. 4, 2018
To walk through some of the changes taking place in the magazine industry, The Show's Mark Brodie is joined by Keith J. Kelly, “Media Ink” columnist for the New York Post.
Jan. 3, 2018
Business people
The workweek for an average American in the past could extend into six or even seven days. But as far as the unofficial workweek goes in the U.S., a lot of people work five days a week, while others have made the move to four days a week with extended hours on those days.
Jan. 3, 2018
president donald trump
President Trump has appointed more appeals judges than any of his predecessors, and in some cases, a lot more. Here to talk about this is Douglas Keith, counsel in the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law.
Jan. 3, 2018
ASU Campus
Most of the country’s largest universities don’t track suicides among their students. That’s according to a new investigation from the Associated Press. Among the schools that don’t track those rates is Arizona State University, where at least 2 occurred in 2017.
Jan. 3, 2018
police crime scene
On Dec. 28 in Wichita, Kansas, a 28-year old, father of two stepped outside his home to see what the police activity was about. Soon after, he was shot dead by police thinking he was armed. Andrew Finch became the first death due to “swatting.”
Jan. 3, 2018
If you spent 2017 in Phoenix you know it was hot, I don’t have to tell you that. But it’s official, 2017 was the all-time warmest year on record, according to the National Weather Service.
Jan. 3, 2018
Arizona has joined a multistate program known as the Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC.
Jan. 3, 2018
Arizona Capitol building
Arizona’s 2018 legislative session begins next week. The governor and lawmakers from both parties have their goals. Many want additional funding for certain priorities, while others are looking to cut taxes. Steven Zylstra is president and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council.
Jan. 3, 2018
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Chandler-based Insys Therapeutics was riding high for several years with a drug it had developed called Subsys. It was made as an under-the-tongue spray that the FDA approved to help dull the pain in cancer patients.
Jan. 3, 2018
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The University of Arizona has fired its head football coach, Rich Rodriguez, after six seasons in Tucson. Rodriguez is accused of sexual harassment and running a hostile work environment.
Jan. 3, 2018
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How and why we change over time, and why it's important to have compassion for our former selves in order to become better people in the future.
Jan. 3, 2018
DUI
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety reports the number of drunk driving incidents in Arizona fell in 2017.
Jan. 3, 2018
2018 is forecasting a record number of women will run for state and federal political office.
Jan. 3, 2018
Thomas Monson
For more than 50 years, Thomas S. Monson served in top leadership councils for the Mormon church — making him a well-known face and personality to multiple generations of Mormons.
Jan. 3, 2018
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As the divisions between the U.S. and North Korea continue to deepen, it appears that Kim Jong-un is ready to look to his long-estranged neighbor: South Korea.
Jan. 3, 2018
Arizona Congressman Ruben Gallego said he’s concerned about comments made by Admiral Mike Mullen, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that diplomacy is not working.
Jan. 3, 2018
Opioids
Buprenorphine was approved for treating opioid addiction in the early 2000s. But as Arizona grapples with an epidemic of opioid abuse, demand for this type of medication assisted treatment is now soaring. And there aren't enough doctors out there to meet the need.
Jan. 3, 2018

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