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Ford plant in Mexico
For a second time this year, Ford Motor Company decided to withdraw its investments in Mexico, a country where the automotive corporation has been present for more than 90 years.
Jun. 21, 2017
Aedes aegypti mosquito
With summer officially started, mosquitoes are on their way up. A recently published CDC study found increased reported numbers in the southern U.S. of two mosquito species known to be able to carry the Zika Virus.
Jun. 21, 2017
Amazon
Arizona’s latest quarterly survey of food prices are falling, increasing pressure in what is already one of the nation’s most competitive markets. The drop comes at the same time as new competition arrives on scene with Amazon’s buyout of Whole Foods.
Jun. 21, 2017
maricopa county seal
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has approved the budget for fiscal year 2018 and more than half of the $2.49 billion will be spent on criminal justice and public safety.
Jun. 20, 2017
Arizona Corporation Commission logo
Arizona regulators will not halt a rate case for the state’s largest utility despite concerns raised by Corporation Commissioner Bob Burns that Arizona Public Service may have secretly spent millions to help elect several commissioners.
Jun. 20, 2017
SRP
Record-breaking temperatures are also causing record-breaking demand for power in the state. Salt River Project delivered a record amount of energy to its Phoenix-area retail customers on Monday.
Jun. 20, 2017
Sky Harbor
Dozens of planes have been grounded in Phoenix because of extreme heat. Fifty flights have been canceled or delayed today.
Jun. 20, 2017
Butcher
So younger workers maybe shouldn’t be looking to the civil service for a career. But it seems Millennials are starting to look to the past for work. Richard Ocejo writes about how that generation is moving into “Old Timey” jobs — think butchers, barbers and craft distillers.
Jun. 20, 2017
“Bureaucracy” has become a something of a dirty word in recent decades, and President Trump turned up the volume on that sentiment in his 2016 campaign. Adnan Rasool, a Ph.D. candidate and Innovation Fellow in Georgia State University’s Department of Political Science, says bureaucracy is the hidden machine that makes the system run.
Jun. 20, 2017
voting sticker
With a Senate Intelligence Committee meeting set for Wednesday morning, Vice Chairman Mark Warner is pressing Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to fully disclose the extent of attempts by Russia to interfere with the 2016 election by hacking into local election systems.
Jun. 20, 2017
Father Doyle
On a quiet, residential street with the skyline of Phoenix looming large, two stucco houses stand side-by-side, much newer than many of the other single-family homes on the block, a bright yellow tent in between them. Father Tom Doyle, a Catholic priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is director of Andre House, a nonprofit serving the homeless.
Jun. 20, 2017
U.S. Supreme Court
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would take up a gerrymandering case out of Wisconsin. Also on Monday, the high court unanimously decided on a case that could determine the future of trademark battles over offensive names.
Jun. 20, 2017
Canvas Tents At Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Tent City
With an excessive heat warning in effect and near-record temperatures expected, it’s recommended that just about everyone stay inside if they can. But, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to the Phoenix New Times, several hundred inmates are still sleeping outdoors in Tent City.
Jun. 20, 2017
The Arizona Coyotes have parted ways with their most popular player, 40-year-old Shane Doan. Many fans are disappointed by the dropping of Doan, and others are wondering what it means for the future of the Coyotes in the Valley. To learn more, we spoke with Sarah McLellan, who covers the Coyotes for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com.
Jun. 20, 2017
Robert McWhirter's book
President Donald Trump has been bumping up against a document that’s hard to get around in this country — the Constitution. Robert McWhirter is a Constitutional scholar and historian and the author of "Bills, Quills and Stills: An Annotated, Illustrated, and Illuminated History of the Bill of Rights" and tonight at Changing Hands bookstore in Tempe.
Jun. 20, 2017
Regina Revazova
How does that Sesame Street song go? Who are the people in your neighborhood? Or from Jules Dassin, who said: "There are 8 million stories in the naked city." Here's the conversation with AJ.
Jun. 20, 2017
Arizona sun
Highs reached 118 degrees, and energy consumers blasted past last year’s peak usage of 7,050 megawatts, also on June 19.
Jun. 20, 2017
health
Senate Democrats on Monday used a procedural move to try to slow down Senate business, as a protest against the process that chamber’s Republicans are using to write their health-care bill. With me to explain what may be in the bill, and its prognosis is Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health News.
Jun. 20, 2017
Arizona Board of Regents logo
The Arizona Board of Regents is down a member, after Chairman Greg Patterson resigned his seat Monday; his resignation is effective immediately. With me to break down what broke down here is Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services.
Jun. 20, 2017
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Questions linger as authorities investigate the deadly collision between the U.S.S. Fitzgerald and a Philippine-flagged container vessel in the waters off Japan.
Jun. 20, 2017

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