The Show highlights the creative builders, makers and designers that are sharing their talents with Arizonans.
Once a month, while weather allows, volunteers gather at S’edav Va’aki in Phoenix to throw mud at an over 800-year-old structure. Its outside walls are vulnerable to erosion from wind and rain, and the mudslinging helps keep it standing.
A Maricopa County judge this week ruled Phoenix has to clean up the area near the city’s Human Services Campus known as “the Zone.” He gave the city until July. The Show spoke about it with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and asked her what kinds of options the city is looking at.
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The horse transformed the American Southwest and Great Plains, including the ways of life of many Indigenous cultures. But the western history of when these animals spread through those societies is sorely in need of a rewrite.
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Tempe City Council voted to cancel a duplicate election in August on its proposed Entertainment District.
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Four finalists for Tempe police chief answered a series of questions during a virtual forum this week. Kenneth McCoy, Josie Montenegro, Tom Van Dorn and Tom Worthy are all seeking to fill the role.
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A production of the play "Pru Payne" debuted earlier this week. It’s a love story, with a twist. The two main characters in the play both have dementia.
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Mel Oomens is 25, and their mother, Peggy, is in her 50s. The two talk about how their relationship and the way they discuss mental health changed as Mel transitioned into adulthood.
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At least one person was killed and two dozen hurt, some critically, in the Little Rock area, authorities said. Officials reported at least two dead in the northest Arkansas town of Wynne.
The Pennsylvania Democrat had been receiving treatment for depression at Walter Reed hospital in Washington, D.C. Fetterman's depression is now in remission, according to his doctor.
The agency's decision allows California — which has some of the nation's worst air pollution — to require truck manufacturers to sell more zero-emission trucks over the next couple of decades.
James Taylor, Brandi Carlile, Annie Lennox and Angélique Kidjo are among the artists performing on Joni Mitchell: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, airing on PBS this evening.
A pediatric surgeon and his colleagues at Vanderbilt University Medical Center had prepared for a mass casualty event, but the victims of Monday's shooting had already died by the time they arrived.
Policymakers will need to patch the Social Security program by 2033 to avoid draconian cuts in benefits, a year earlier than had been predicted. A trust fund for Medicare will run out of cash by 2031.