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Phoenix is beginning 2018 with poor air quality. Health officials have issued a high pollution advisory through Tuesday for the metro area.
Jan. 1, 2018
More than 700 people in Arizona are believed to have died from opioid-related overdoses in 2017, according to end-of-the-year numbers from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Jan. 1, 2018
Scottsdale-based Axon Enterprises, maker of tasers and body camera equipment, will be facing off against Kansas-based competitor Digital Ally in 2018 in a U.S. District Court on March 7.
Jan. 1, 2018
Bruce Arians has announced he’s stepping down from his position as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals. His retirement comes after 5 years with the team.
Jan. 1, 2018
Reporter Discusses Details Of How DACA Got Implemented
This past September marked an announcement that would affect 800,000 young adults brought to the U.S. by their parents illegally: the Trump administration announced it was ending DACA, the program that allowed them to work legally and not be deported. The president later tapped Congress as having the ability to codify the 5-year-old program into law permanently.
Jan. 1, 2018
After 20 Years In Space, Cassini Killed Off On Saturn By NASA
There was a sad moment in space-exploration history this Fall. After close to 20 years in space, NASA’s Cassini orbiter was killed off and intentionally sent into Saturn. It was the end of an era for a massive amount of data gathered about the ringed planet.
Jan. 1, 2018
New Report Makes Link Between The Arts, Economy
When we talk about the arts, the conversation is usually about culture, craft and style. But, what about the cold, hard cash? Well, a report released in August makes the link between the arts and our economy.
Jan. 1, 2018
Protest Music: Why Don
The counterculture of the late 60s, early 70s was marked, in part, by artists and bands who made their name in protest music.
Jan. 1, 2018
The Takeaway: Erasing The Language Of Science
People already ignore scientific facts, from vaccines to warnings about climate change. But what would happen in 50 years if we completely turned our backs on science?
Jan. 1, 2018
Book Chronicles Life Of Arizona Pioneer Sedona Schnebly
Just saying Sedona, you undoubtedly think about a place with some good hiking spots and restaurants and red rocks and a vortex or two. But the city got its name at the turn of the 20th century from one of its residents — Sedona Schnebly.
Jan. 1, 2018
What Does The Future Of Congressional Representation Look Like?
The battle in government between cities and states is a common one around the country. In Arizona, Phoenix, Tempe and Bisbee — among others — have called on lawmakers to stop trying to micromanage some of their community decisions.
Jan. 1, 2018
Hospitals Flooded With Patients Trying To Beat The New Year
It’s officially the new year, and as the calendar resets, so too do health-insurance deductibles.
Jan. 1, 2018
The Takeaway: For Patti Smith, Fighting Climate Change Is A Family Affair
Iconic rocker Patti Smith played a more buttoned-up concert at Carnegie Hall at the beginning of November.
Jan. 1, 2018
To Complete Triathlon: Breathe, Relax, Fall And Get Back Up
The staff of this program are a team. So, when producer Sarah Ventre told us she wanted to compete in a triathlon, we wanted to document it. Sarah is the first to tell you that she’s not your typical athlete.
Jan. 1, 2018
Checking Out A Different Kind Of Triathlon
A look back at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the site for Arizona’s first-ever Art Handlers Triathlon. Laura Best, the Exhibitions Manager for SMoCA, joined us to talk about the triathlon.
Jan. 1, 2018
Sounds Of The City: New Year
Listen to the sounds of Gail Iranpour working out at the Surprise Mountainside Fitness gym on New Year’s Day.
Jan. 1, 2018
Tiny Desert Concert: House Of Stairs
House of Stairs is known for creating a beautiful, layered sound filled with looped vocal harmonies and tight improvisation. The band’s members come out of a jazz tradition in many ways, though House of Stairs' sound borrows from many places, and doesn’t quite fit neatly under the jazz umbrella.
Jan. 1, 2018
How Surprising Was President Trump
Before President Trump pardoned former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Robert Weisberg, professor of criminal law at Stanford and co-director of the school’s Criminal Justice Center, predicted a presidential pardon in Arpaio’s case would be "really, really rare."
Jan. 1, 2018
Professor Walks Us Through Real, Mythic Frontier In
In the gritty Western "Godless" on Netflix, a tiny New Mexican town has been devastated by a mass casualty event in the local mine, a woman, twice-widowed, tries to raise her son on unyielding land, and a band of 30 outlaws roams the region hunting for a traitor.
Jan. 1, 2018
Some Surprised By Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake
In late October, Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake dropped a bombshell: he would not seek re-election next year.
Jan. 1, 2018

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