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Since Donald Trump took office in January, Arizona’s two US senators have been frequent critics of the president’s actions. Both Republicans are praising Trump’s decision to order an air strike in Syria early Friday morning.
Peoria made agreements with two private, Indiana-based colleges to put satellite campuses in the city. Now, one of them is now shutting its doors after the city paid them nearly $1 million in incentives.
It’s time for the KJZZ Friday Newscap. Our special guests include Joanna Allhands, digital opinions editor for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, and Jim Small, executive director and editor of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting. We also speak with KJZZ reporter and New America Fellow Jude Joffe-Block on the closing of Tent City.
HBO's series "Big Little Lies," is, on its face, a story about type-A carpool moms in California. But It's also about sexual assault, domestic abuse and the secrets we don't even tell our closest friends. Allie Bones, chief executive officer at Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, says there is a myth of a stereotypical victim of domestic violence.
Taser International, the Scottsdale-based company known for its stun guns, has changed its name to Axon. To talk about the name change and what it means for the company is Mike Wiles, associate professor of marketing at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.
The city of Phoenix announced in February 2016 that it was selling its money-losing downtown hotel, the Sheraton, to a private investor. But now, the city says that investor wasn’t able to follow through, and they’re open to new buyers.
The Arizona Board of Regents has approved the universities’ tuition and fee proposals – that includes a 1.5 percent increase at ASU. We talk to Brandon Bishop, a senior and undergraduate student president for the Tempe campus.
Earlier today, a Senate majority approved President Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Vincent Bonventre is a professor at Albany Law who follows the high court extensively. We spoke to him when Gorsuch was nominated.
The debate over building the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border has been a constant topic of conversation for Arizona lawmakers. It was a topic that Sen. John McCain touched on when he held a Facebook Live Townhall, Friday.
Gov. Doug Ducey has signed a major school voucher expansion bill that will extend eligibility to all 1.1 million state schoolchildren. The program will give Arizona one of broadest voucher programs in the nation.
Alzheimer’s disease affects some 5 million Americans, up to 5 percent have early-onset Alzheimer’s, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. These are people in their 40s and 50s. Part two of the "Aging and Intimacy" series explores the very real loss of intimacy between spouses when dementia strikes.