On Mondays, we take a moment to look at the news that may have been missed. It’s the Monday Morning Dumpster Dive. Journalists Yael Grauer and Trevor Hultner dug up this story that was buried over the weekend.
One month after a Flagstaff attorney challenged a 2016 law requiring businesses using public dollars sign a certificate pledging no money will go to firms boycotting Israeli businesses, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has picked sides.
Every year, more older adults are becoming homeless, according to HUD. It’s a nationwide problem. Justa Center in downtown Phoenix is one of the only adult day resource centers in the country. They’re busier than ever serving homeless seniors 55 and older.
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.