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The Takeaway: Ahead Of North Korea Summit, President Trump Spurns U.S. Allies
On Tuesday, one of the most widely anticipated diplomatic events in recent history will be carried out at an island resort in Singapore.
Jun. 11, 2018
Monday Morning Dumpster Dive: Facebook Gave Select Companies Access To User Data, Even After It Was Supposed To Have Been Cut Off
Fridays are a strange news day, governments and businesses offload announcements they don't want much press coverage for. These are called "news dumps." Journalist Yael Grauer takes a topic that was supposed to be buried and brings it to you fresh. Here’s her latest Monday Morning Dumpster Dive on a business in the news a lot lately: Facebook.
Jun. 11, 2018
HPV causes more than 500,000 cases of cervical cancer globally each year, but why do some women clear the virus while others develop cancer? A new study finds a promising link.
Jun. 11, 2018
Arizona Senator John McCain is once again publicly disagreeing with one of President Donald Trump’s decisions. McCain pushed back Saturday night against Trump’s reversal of an agreement to sign onto a statement by the G7 countries.
Jun. 10, 2018
Law enforcement agencies across Arizona will soon have a way to get search warrants electronically. They’ll be able to use a system to obtain blood samples in cases involving suspected drunken-drivers, vehicle-related homicide and aggravated assault.
Jun. 10, 2018
The Obama Foundation hosted a kickoff event for its new Community Leadership Corps program in Phoenix Saturday. The program gathers motivated young people who want to be civic leaders by addressing specific issues in their communities.
Jun. 10, 2018
The University of Arizona received a $1.1 million grant to study the biology underlying the connection between type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Jun. 10, 2018
A wildfire is burning 4,300 acres just north of Bisbee. Fire officials said the fire was zero percent contained as of Saturday afternoon.
Jun. 9, 2018
A small group of community organizers gathered outside a Valley Metro community office in south Phoenix on Saturday. They came to protest the planned extension of the light rail.
Jun. 9, 2018
The most iconic alcoholic beverage of Americana, bourbon, has been targeted by the trade wars between the U.S. and Mexico. After the U.S. government imposed tariffs on Mexican steel and aluminum, its Mexican counterparts retaliated by taxing several American goods, including Southern-style whiskey.
Trump’s Steel Tariffs Provoke Retaliation From Mexico
Jun. 8, 2018
Chief Ramon Batista said it was essential for Mesa police to treat members of the community with the utmost professionalism in all circumstances.
Jun. 8, 2018
The agency that runs the Central Arizona Project will walk away from its proposed purchase of farmland in Mohave County. It would have led to the CAP transferring some of the land’s water into central Arizona to replenish groundwater aquifers.
Jun. 8, 2018
Hospice of the Valley and the Arizona Care Network are part of a pilot program to see what would happen if a select group of terminally ill people could access hospice without giving up their regular care.
Jun. 8, 2018
Terros Health reported a major data breach Friday. The organization was notified in April that an unauthorized third party had gained access to an email account through a phishing scam.
Jun. 8, 2018
After 35 years, Phoenix is ready to say good-bye to 30 parking spaces. The spots make up a city-owned parking lot on the southeast corner of Central Avenue and Adams.
Jun. 8, 2018
Fewer U.S. middle and high school students are smoking. The number has gone down significantly in recent years, however millions of teens still report using tobacco products.
Jun. 8, 2018
A lawsuit says former Republican lawmaker Don Shooter shouldn’t be allowed to run for Senate because he doesn't meet residency requirement.
Jun. 8, 2018
Both highways that were closed earlier this week because of the 377 Fire have now reopened. The northeastern Arizona fire is now 70 percent contained.
Jun. 8, 2018
Some Phoenix leaders and staffers want to see new life come to a former bank building. Among other things, developers must agree to preserve the architecture and have their plans vetted by the Historic Preservation Commission. The council is expected to vote on issuing a request for proposals on June 20.
Jun. 8, 2018
Last night in South Phoenix, residents gathered at the South Mountain Community Center to voice their opposition to the planned extension of the light rail into their community.
Jun. 8, 2018

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