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Seventy years after it was built, the first major grain storage facility in the Valley could be demolished. A developer is scheduled to make his case to the Phoenix Historic Preservation Commission today.
"Hillbilly Elegy," a book about white working-class Americans, just marked its 33rd week on the New York Times' best-seller list. It and other political themed books are changing things for booksellers.
New programs will likely be needed if Phoenix wants to meet its recycling goals. By 2020, council members want to see 40-percent of waste diverted from the landfill. That’s going to involve more recycling and composting. And, it will also mean more employees and equipment.
It’s time for the KJZZ Friday Newscap. Our special guest panelists this week are Brahm Resnik, political reporter and anchor at KPNX Channel 12 and host of "Sunday Square Off," and Marcus Dell'Artino, partner at First Strategic in Phoenix.
Arizona is a state that’s full of ghost stories and tall tales, from Montezuma’s hidden treasure to the legend of the lost Dutchman’s gold in the Superstitions. And those stories have been passed down in cowboy poetry and folk music for decades.
When you go to the movies, you’re expecting an ultra-sensory experience, but one of those senses is assuredly your sight. What if instead you walked down the aisle of a theater and were handed a blindfold with the expectations that you wouldn’t be watching a movie at all but, rather, experiencing it mostly through sound.
The Gila River Indian Community has the largest entitlement to central Arizona water and that means they have some flexibility in how they can use that water — or save it for the future, according to Tom Buschatzke, director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources. We also speak with the Gila River Indian Community Gov. Stephen Lewis.
The city of Phoenix, and a group of historic central Phoenix neighborhoods, were in court Friday morning in Washington, D.C. They’ve sued the Federal Aviation Administration over changes to flight paths at Sky Harbor.
EMILY’s List, the pro-choice political action committee, is launching a national campaign called “Run To Win” aimed at recruiting and aiding thousands of pro-choice, Democratic women around the country to run for office — and win.
The Arizona Court of Appeals Thursday rejected a challenge to Arizona’s Medicaid expansion plan. The judges unanimously decided the assessment on hospitals used to bring in federal money is just that, an assessment, and not a tax, as a group of GOP lawmakers had argued.