Thousands of Honduran migrants started to arrive to Mexico through Guatemala. Their goal? To reach the United States. But the uncertainty that comes ahead is concerning Mexican citizens and local nonprofit organizations.
Arizona icon Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, is withdrawing from public life at 88 years old. She announced in a letter she has the beginning stages of dementia and possibly Alzheimer's disease. This summer she turned over her office at the high court to Justice Anthony Kennedy, who recently retired.
This political season, there is a lot of debate about our state’s economy. Have the governor’s policy’s done us well? Have President Trump’s tax cuts hurt or helped local businesses? Even at the city level, the issue of pension reform is part of the conversation leading up to November.
The death of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi has garnered international headlines. But why has the death of one journalist resulted in such intense reaction when so many are dying around the world?
The National Park Service is looking to change regulations regarding demonstrations and special events. They recently asked for public feedback to look at ways to recover costs for ensuring public safety and security during demonstrations in and around the National Mall.
The Phoenix VA Medical Center got the lowest score possible on an annual ranking of VA facilities. To talk about where the hospital is now, The Show spoke with Maureen McCarthy, chief of staff at the Phoenix VA Medical Center.
Since taking over, Penzone has closed Tent City and has worked to improve relations between his agency and the greater community. Some have criticized Penzone for continuing to work with ICE, but he has generally stayed out of the headlines that his predecessor continues to make, even as a former sheriff.
The Arizona Department of Health Services cancelled a vaccination education program after getting hit with backlash from parents who don’t immunize their school-age children. Arizona was one of only three states piloting this program.
Tiny Desert Concerts is a series in which we bring local bands and musicians into the KJZZ studios to play a couple songs and talk about the music. This month we hear from koleżanka — a four-musician band fronted by Kristina Moore.
While the world listens to the story of the migrant caravan of thousands heading toward the U.S. border through Latin America, Mexico is holding an important national referendum that will test the new president's populist power.
A new report breaks down the beneficiaries of the Trump tax bill by race and income. The numbers show that tax cuts are benefiting wealthy whites, who come out the furthest ahead, while black Americans receive less of a benefit at every level of income.
Patricia Castro, the wife of former Arizona Gov. Raul Castro, died on Saturday. She passed away at the age of 94 due to kidney disease. Her husband died in 2015 at the age of 98. He served from 1975 to 1977 as Arizona governor.
We go back to the legislation that created Arizona's empowerment scholarship accounts, sometimes called ESAs or school vouchers, look at who's used them and why people want the measure to pass or fail. The Case For And Against Proposition 305 →
A new study in the journal Nature Geoscience reports that briny waters near the surface of Mars could support oxygen-breathing microbes and even simple multicellular life, such as sponges. The results could also explain how oxidized rocks found by Mars rovers might have formed under current conditions.
In September last year, the two devastating earthquakes in Mexico attracted millions of dollars in donations from all over the world, but a significant part of the money went missing or was spent on short-term projects. Now, a U.S.-based organization is working on post-catastrophe projects in Mexico, with the hopes of making donations effective.