As some historic neighborhoods in Phoenix prepare to welcome quieter skies thanks to a deal between the city and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), other neighborhoods could soon experience more noise.
The Women’s March featured speakers from Planned Parenthood, the LGBTQ community and a DREAMer. Thousands of men, women and children cheered as they talked about their concerns in the current political climate.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is gearing up to conduct its annual Mexican wolf population survey. Helicopter flights to survey the animals are scheduled to begin Jan. 22. But, the federal government shutdown could delay the process.
Over the last few years, there have been a number issues the church has been pressured to address, including its stance on openly LGBTQ members, and whether or not women can hold “the priesthood” and positions of leadership.
A new production of Man of La Mancha by Arizona Theatre Company at the Herberger Theatre Center in Phoenix has moved the action to the 1960s during the Franco regime in Spain. And unlike decades of other productions, this one makes flamenco dancing a centerpiece.
This weekend, organizers are planning the second annual Women’s March — this time, focused on the future. This year’s march is called the Women’s March to the Polls. The Show's Lauren Gilger spoke with local organizers Eva Burch and Desiree Garcia more about it.
Congress has not reauthorized KidsCare in Arizona since it officially expired last fall. A proposal in the Arizona House would give lawmakers the option of keeping the program up and running with state money. Arizona Rep. Regina Cobb, a Kingman Republican, is the sponsor of HB 2127 and she joins The Show's Mark Brodie to talk about it.
Surprise police discovered last month that the department failed to notify locals of more than a dozen sex offenders living in the community. Officials said they have no evidence those offenders were linked to any sex crimes in the last few years.
There’s been a lot of talk in Hollywood and beyond about diversity in film — both on screen and behind the camera. Here to talk about how the film industry is doing in this area, and where it may be going is Jude Dry, a staff writer at IndieWire.