President Trump has been very bold in his criticism of many news media outlets — with much of it laser-focused on CNN. The phrase “fake news” became one of Trump’s favorites on the campaign trail and it still makes frequent appearances in his Twitter feed.
Have you ever had a prickly pear margarita? Well, it turns out there are lots of other ways to enjoy this desert fruit, and they’ll all be celebrated this weekend at the 7th Annual Prickly Pear Festival in Superior, Arizona.
A court-imposed deadline to reunite undocumented immigrant families was reached late last month, but Trump Administration figures released yesterday show nearly 20 percent of children remain without their parents.
The Valley’s high temperatures bring a drop in tourism — but they also bring lower prices which attract certain groups. Many religious, social and sport groups take advantage of lower rates that are written in Phoenix law.
New figures from the state Office of Economic Opportunity put the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for July at 4.6 percent. A research professor of economics at ASU’s WP Carey School of Business joined the Show to talk about what the numbers mean, both in Arizona and in a national context.
Beer and wine sales will be available in all areas of Sun Devil Stadium except for the area directly behind the student section in the south end zone. The school says there will be an increase in alcohol monitors throughout the stadium, as well as new electronic screening equipment at all entrances.
Arizona independents wanting to participate in the primaries need to choose a Republican or Democratic ballot by the end of this week for a chance to vote. As of Thursday, the Maricopa County Recorder's office was still trying to contact about 400 independent voters who need to resubmit for early voting.
Immigration has been one of the biggest stories in the past year... well, any year. Our attention has largely been focused on Central American migrants, but they are not the only population caught up in the immigration detention and deportation system.
Aretha Franklin — the "Queen of Soul" — Thursday at the age of 76 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Her music is a crucial part of the American cannon, bridging the gaps between gospel and popular music, civil rights and pop culture.