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Eisendrath House
Tempe’s adobe buildings range from C.T. Hayden House, the Valley’s oldest occupied home built in 1873 to the Sandra Day O’Connor House built in 1959.
May. 10, 2017
Monica Merenda David Valdivia
The issue of homelessness touches all our lives – from public policy to our tax dollars, from our neighborhoods to our businesses.
May. 10, 2017
People who used to donate old TVs to non-profits and resale stores are getting a bad reception — no one wants electronics with cathode ray tubes, or CRTs. That’s what makes older TVs and computer monitors so much thicker and heavier than current models.
May. 10, 2017
FBI Director James Comey
President Donald Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday, dramatically ousting the nation's top law enforcement official in the midst of an FBI investigation into whether Trump's campaign had ties to Russia's meddling in the election that sent him to the White House.
May. 9, 2017
JD Mesnard
Republican House Speaker J.D. Mesnard on Tuesday rolled out a last-minute proposal requiring school districts to spend half of their yearly inflation increases on teacher raises.
May. 9, 2017
Crescent Ballroom logo
Charlie Levy’s current downtown venues include Valley Bar and Crescent Ballroom. Together, they can hold 800 music fans. His new project, The Van Buren, will hold 1,800.
May. 9, 2017
Santa Rita Mountains
Coronado National Forest officials appear ready to move forward on one of two permits for the proposed Rosemont Copper Mine in the Santa Rita Mountains.
May. 9, 2017
firefighter helmet
The fire station that housed the Granite Mountain Hotshots is going up for sale. Prescott city officials will sell Station 7 in hopes of putting the money toward an employee retirement program.
May. 9, 2017
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On Tuesday, South Koreans voted for liberal candidate Moon Jae-in to replace impeached President Park Geun-hye.
May. 9, 2017
Great Tide Rising: Towards Clarity and Moral Courage in a time of Planetary Change
Climate change — and human influence on it — has moved to a very different layer after a few months of the Trump administration.
May. 9, 2017
Ill child
For parents who lose a child, the experience is difficult enough without health-care providers adding to their grief. But according to a new study from Dr. Joanne Cacciatore, a researcher with ASU’s School of Social Work, many families with children who are dying have negative experiences with their health-care providers.
May. 9, 2017
Border wall in Naco
A government contractor has finished construction of a new border wall along the international boundary near Naco, Arizona. The project started in January just days before President Donald Trump took office.
May. 9, 2017
Textbooks, school, education
Opponents of a newly-signed law to expand Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts — basically school vouchers — have launched a campaign to refer the law to the ballot.
May. 9, 2017
Regina Revazova
How does that Sesame Street song go? Who are the people in your neighborhood? Or from Jules Dassin, who said: "There are 8 million stories in the naked city."
May. 9, 2017
Aaron Saucedo
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge sealed the normally public document that details information on arrests.
May. 9, 2017
computer
How many emails do you have in your inbox right now? How many of those should you have already replied to? To some people, not replying to an e-mail quickly — or not receiving a reply quickly — can cause some angst.
May. 9, 2017
Army National Guard
President Trump recently signed into law a bill that includes a 2.1 percent pay raise for members of the military.
May. 9, 2017
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Retired four-star Gen. Michael Hayden, the former head of the CIA and NSA, weighs in on the controversy surrounding Gen. Michael Flynn, Russia and the Trump administration.
May. 9, 2017
w.p. carey school of business asu
What does the future hold, economically-speaking, for Arizona? A panel of economists will gaze into their crystal balls at the annual Economic Outlook Event put on by ASU’s WP Carey School of Business.
May. 9, 2017
Herrod
The new state budget just approved by Gov. Doug Ducey could mean that Planned Parenthood funding from the government will be cut off in the future. Cathi Herrod, president of Center for Arizona Policy, is not shy about expressing displeasure with Planned Parenthood.
May. 9, 2017

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