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A consent decree related to voting in Arizona was officially announced this week. Secretary of State Michele Reagan has agreed to remove a series of hurdles that currently affect some who want to register to vote.
Jun. 6, 2018
The Philadelphia Eagles were all set to visit the White House this week, even though a number of the team’s players weren’t enthusiastic about meeting President Trump. The Eagles’ invitation was rescinded, highlighting the President’s criticism of players who he claims don’t respect the U.S. military.
Jun. 6, 2018
The Phoenix City Council is expected to approve a $250,000 payment to settle a lawsuit over the 2011 death of a mentally ill man who was arrested by Phoenix police officers and later died in a jail run by former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Jun. 6, 2018
Since 1900, thousands of Native American women have been murdered or have simply gone missing. Annita Lucchesi has documented at least 2,500 of them.
Jun. 6, 2018
Calling it an opportunity to get a “good rate of return,” Mesa’s Mayor and other city counselors approved a long-term lease allowing Arizona State University to open an ASU East campus.
Jun. 6, 2018
Nineteen candidates are running for Navajo Nation president this election cycle, including three women, one of which identifies as transgender.
Jun. 6, 2018
In the 1990s, the National Rifle Association pushed to stop the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from spending taxpayer money on research that advocated gun control. Since then, for more than two decades, the CDC hasn’t studied this as a public health issue.
Jun. 6, 2018
Hundreds of miners and their relatives will join leaders from the Navajo Nation, the Hopi Tribe and the United Mine Workers to rally at the state Capitol to keep open the coal-fired Navajo Generating Station, which provides power to pump water from the Colorado River to cities, tribes and farmers in Arizona.
Jun. 6, 2018
Climate Change Means A Hotter, Drier Future In The Colorado River Headwaters, Study Says
The effects of climate change are already being felt at the headwaters of the West’s most important river system, according to a study released earlier this year.
Jun. 6, 2018
Flagstaff has seen little impact on its number of visitors despite the recent closure of six large areas in the Coconino National Forest.
Jun. 6, 2018
Americans recycle about 66 million tons of material each year, according to the EPA. About one-third of that gets exported to process, and has mostly gone to China. But all that is changing, as China is taking drastic measures to clean up its own environment.
New Export Rules On Trash To Affect Phoenix Metro Areas
Jun. 6, 2018
The City of Mesa announced in a press release CyrusOne purchased almost 70 acres near the 202 freeway and Elliot Road from a private owner.
Jun. 5, 2018
The union for Phoenix police officers wants Chief Jeri Williams to change her mind on disciplining an officer for his use of force.
Jun. 5, 2018
‘Tis the season for 110-degree days, excessive-heat warnings and trolling the parking lot for a shady spot. But new research suggests those in the shade might not have it made after all.
Jun. 5, 2018
The Highway 377 fire burning near Heber-Overgaard has swelled to 1,500 acres and has led to power outages in the area.
Jun. 5, 2018
As Mexico prepares to hold presidential elections in a month, its electoral institute is expecting not only voters both inside and outside the country, it is also inviting some special guests: foreigners to observe and monitor the elections.
Jun. 5, 2018
The #RedForEd movement saw thousands of teachers march on the Arizona Capitol. Some of those teachers are keeping one foot in the political arena and one in the classroom by running for local office.
Jun. 5, 2018
According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) have been on the rise since 2016.
Jun. 5, 2018
Time is running out to find a buyer for the Navajo Generating Station, the coal plant on tribal land in Northern Arizona that’s slated to close next year.
Jun. 5, 2018
GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett has experienced a lot of backlash thanks to his recent comments that he wouldn’t appoint Cindy McCain to the U.S. Senate if John McCain isn’t able to complete his current term.
Jun. 5, 2018

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