On Friday night, Wrigley Field in Chicago is hosting a World Series game for the first time in 71 years. We connected with a special correspondent who is a lifelong Cubs fan — Steve Goldstein’s Mom, Mary Lou — to get an update from Chicago.
The last time Congressional District 2 went to the voters, current Congresswoman Martha McSally won by 161 votes. It was so close that it ended in a recount and was the last House vote in the entire country. Two years before, some 2,500 votes cost McSally her bid against then-Congressman Ron Barber.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio used a Washington, D.C., law firm in his latest bid to get the judge who referred him for criminal charges to recuse himself. But how exactly that firm is being paid is something of a mystery.
Surrogates of the presidential nominees have made a habit of stopping by Arizona over the past couple of weeks. Bernie Sanders, Chelsea Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama stumped for Hillary Clinton, while Donald Trump Jr. was here for his father.
When Jeri Williams is officially sworn in as Phoenix’s police chief on Oct. 28, she’ll become the first woman to lead the department. She’s also the first chief to undergo a very public interview process that attracted the attention of a former London police officer.
Battles over solar policy, a quest to uncover the source of dark money, questions of outside influence on commissioners and efforts to raise electricity bills – this year’s election for the Arizona Corporation Commission has not shortage of intrigue.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.