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No Snow Means Slow Business In Flagstaff
Business owners in Flagstaff say the lack of snow this winter is hurting them financially.
Dec. 28, 2017
Homeless In Plain Sight: A Perpetual Problem With Many Ways To Help
As the city of Phoenix found out, it can be difficult and controversial to try and change the way people help the homeless. Last year, the city asked groups to stop “street feeding.”
Dec. 28, 2017
Circle The City Takes On Health Care For Valley
A local nonprofit will take over the responsibility of providing healthcare for Maricopa County’s homeless population. Circle the City will receive nearly $3 million in federal funding.
Dec. 28, 2017
Phoenix VA, CVS Partnership Serves 783 Vets Since Launch
A pilot program that allows Phoenix Veterans Affairs’ clients to get treatment for minor health issues at CVS clinics has served 783 veterans as of Christmas Day.
Dec. 28, 2017
Animal Control Warns Pet Owners To Be Extra Careful Around New Year
If you got a puppy for Christmas, a county agency is asking you take extra care around the holidays when fireworks can spook animals.
Dec. 28, 2017
Federal Judge Blocks Arizona Ethnic Studies Ban, Declares It Unconstitutional
The ban forced Tucson Unified School District to shut down its popular Mexican-American studies program in 2012.
Dec. 28, 2017
Will 2018 Bring A Solution For DACA Participants?
In 2018, DACA permits will continue to expire without renewal, and Congress will have a decision to make.
Dec. 28, 2017
Sounds Of The City: Snow Day In The Middle Of Phoenix
Listen to the sounds of Alisa Phillips playing in the snow with her kids in Phoenix, in front of the Arizona Science Center.
Dec. 28, 2017
Phoenix Day Merges With Community Nonprofit A New Leaf
“Funding for early childhood education decreased," A New Leaf Board Chair Brad Snyder said. "And Phoenix Day saw themselves having to raise more money than it ever had without the infrastructure in place to raise that money.”
Dec. 28, 2017
What Will Be Todd Graham
And now, as happens this time of year, thoughts turn to visions of pigskin and gridiron. That’s right, it’s bowl game season and the Arizona State University Sun Devils hit the field Friday at the Sun Bowl in El Paso.
Dec. 28, 2017
Marriage Battles As Family Tradition
And now, a love story and a life story. That’s how Susan Green describes her book, "The Marriage Battle: A Family Tradition."
Dec. 28, 2017
Federal Judge Blocks Arizona Law Banning Ethnic Studies Courses
A federal judge in Tucson has blocked the state from banning ethnic studies courses in schools, calling a 2010 law unconstitutional.
Dec. 28, 2017
Could The Salt River Flow Through The Phoenix Area Again?
it’s been over a century since dams dried up the portion of the Salt River that runs through the Phoenix metropolitan area in order to create a canal system to deliver water across the region.
Dec. 28, 2017
Podcast Playlist: Shakespeare Unlimited
Charlotte Cushman was one of the most famous stage actresses of her time. In an era where few women could achieve a career in acting at all, she was known for playing men.
Dec. 28, 2017
The Takeaway: The Year In Media
2017 saw repeated attacks on the media, some groundbreaking work, reporting failures and a new level of insecurity for many journalists operating around the world.
Dec. 28, 2017
The Consequences Of A Dry Winter In Northern Arizona
While parts of the east are covered in snow, Northern Arizona missed out on a white Christmas and there is no significant precipitation forecast in the near future.
Dec. 28, 2017
The Current State Of Arizona
It was a good, not great year for Arizona’s economy. And the state continues to show positive signs of slow, but steady growth.
Dec. 28, 2017
UA, Barrow Researchers Explain ALS Key Protein Breakdown
No cure exists for Lou Gehrig's disease, a fatal neuromuscular illness affecting tens of thousands of Americans. But scientists may have found how a key protein helps drive its degenerative progress.
Dec. 28, 2017
Homeless In Plain Sight: What Help Is Available To The Homeless?
Eight times a year, at spots all over metro Phoenix, Project Connect helps people find the aid they need - from the basics, like toiletries and clothing, to the more complex needs, like help signing up for food assistance or getting a birth certificate.
Dec. 28, 2017
Arizona Minimum Wage Increases Again In 2018
The minimum wage will increase January 1 from $10 to $10.50 an hour. This is the second year it has risen under Proposition 206, passed by voters in 2016.
Dec. 28, 2017

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