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Textbooks, school, education
Opponents of a newly-signed law to expand Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts — basically school vouchers — have launched a campaign to refer the law to the ballot.
May. 9, 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."
May. 9, 2017
Aaron Saucedo
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge sealed the normally public document that details information on arrests.
May. 9, 2017
computer
How many emails do you have in your inbox right now? How many of those should you have already replied to? To some people, not replying to an e-mail quickly — or not receiving a reply quickly — can cause some angst.
May. 9, 2017
Army National Guard
President Trump recently signed into law a bill that includes a 2.1 percent pay raise for members of the military.
May. 9, 2017
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Retired four-star Gen. Michael Hayden, the former head of the CIA and NSA, weighs in on the controversy surrounding Gen. Michael Flynn, Russia and the Trump administration.
May. 9, 2017
w.p. carey school of business asu
What does the future hold, economically-speaking, for Arizona? A panel of economists will gaze into their crystal balls at the annual Economic Outlook Event put on by ASU’s WP Carey School of Business.
May. 9, 2017
Herrod
The new state budget just approved by Gov. Doug Ducey could mean that Planned Parenthood funding from the government will be cut off in the future. Cathi Herrod, president of Center for Arizona Policy, is not shy about expressing displeasure with Planned Parenthood.
May. 9, 2017
Ryan Winkle
Tempe Police officers saw Ryan Winkle’s car weaving on the road near Mill Avenue and Baseline Road at about 1 a.m. Sunday morning, said Tempe spokeswoman Lily Duran in an email.
May. 9, 2017
Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon Trust filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Tuesday. The conservation group hasn’t received a response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed in August.
May. 9, 2017
 death chamber
In the name of free speech, criminal defense attorneys want the right to speak with their clients’ victims and their families.
May. 9, 2017
Upholding the First Amendment, Arizona lawmakers are in favor of guaranteeing free speech to student journalists.
May. 9, 2017
health
A discussion is underway this week about how to share patient information across state lines. The goal of one Arizona-based medical technology company is to take its program nationwide:
May. 9, 2017
wildfire
Firefighters are slowly gaining control of the Mulberry Fire near Vail, Arizona. The fire has burned just over 1700 acres.
May. 9, 2017
Education
A new education advocacy group wants voters to have the last word on Arizona’s controversial private school-voucher expansion law. Save Our Schools Arizona needs to collect more than 75,000 voter signatures to make that happen.
May. 9, 2017
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The latest study on mortality rates reveals Arizona is in the top 20 percent of states with the lowest death rates. The report, published in The Journal of The American Medical Association’s Internal Medicine Publication, extrapolates the latest available figures from 2014 and shows Arizona ranks 10th with an average of 724 deaths per 100,000 residents.
May. 9, 2017
vivian
At any given time in Maricopa County, about 6,000 people are homeless. It might be surprising to learn that most homeless are sheltered.
May. 9, 2017
U.S. passport
The process of getting through customs in Phoenix is becoming more digital for U.S and Canadian citizens. Sky Harbor has become the latest airport to use the Mobile Passport app from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
May. 9, 2017
Aaron Saucedo
After more than a year of investigating, Phoenix police have named a suspect in the “Serial Street Shooter” case. Two new murders are linked to the investigation. Police booked 23-year-old Aaron Saucedo on 26 separate felony counts, all related to shootings from 2015 and 2016.
May. 8, 2017
Grand Canyon Trust is planning to sue the Trump administration for not responding to a Freedom of Information Act request. The conservation group filed the request in August 2016.
May. 8, 2017

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