In northern Arizona, workers are in the process of decommissioning the west’s largest coal-fired power plant. Two Page Middle School students have noticed some changes in their town since the shut down. They interviewed their community about those changes. → What Should We Do With Freed Up Water After Closure Of NGS?
Democratic presidential hopefuls are on stage Tuesday in South Carolina ahead of that state’s primary. The candidates’ battle follows Sen. Bernie Sanders’ wins in the New Hampshire primary and the Nevada caucuses. Follow NPR’s live fact checks and analysis of their remarks.
After extending its contract with Phoenix, scooter company Spin is establishing two designated charging areas downtown. Spin’s new parking corrals are located at East First and Taylor streets and East Fifth and Monroe streets. These were the two most popular places rides are ended. The spaces are designed to encourage riders to park and re-charge scooters properly.
Author Emma Copley Eisenberg moved from New York City to West Virginia. It led her to write her first book, "The Third Rainbow Girl," about a double murder that tore apart the isolated mountain community.
A deal expected to be signed this week between the U.S. and the Taliban could lead to a winding down of America’s longest war. That is one of the key international stories in the coming days, and with The Show for our weekly look at some of them is the BBC’s Audrey Tinline.
Signed into law in 2010 by then-Gov. Jan Brewer, SB 1070 required Arizona law enforcement officers to investigate the immigration status of people they suspect of being in the country illegally. Now, Arizona Republic reporter Uriel J. Garcia looked at records of calls between the Phoenix Police Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement from recent years.
On Tuesday, the Phoenix City Council will hold its first vote on civilian oversight of the Phoenix Police Department. KJZZ’s Bret Jaspers is getting ready for the press conference being held this morning by coalition members, including Equality Arizona, Poder in Action and the local chapter of Black Lives Matter.
It's The Show's favorite time of year in the Valley. We're talking about spring training season! The Show met Cactus League reporter and baseball historian Charlie Vascellaro for what’s become an annual segment on what to watch for in spring training each year.
ASU's men’s basketball team is on a seven-game win streak. The Sun Devils stand alone in first place in the Pac-12 with four conference games left to go. Joining The Show now to talk about this is Doug Haller, who covers the Sun Devils for The Athletic.
A bill that would allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees in Arizona has passed the Senate Education Committee. Republic columnist Bob Robb wrote about the legislation this weekend, and Editorial Page Director Phil Boas spoke with The Show about it in his weekly appearance.
The closure of coal-fired power plants like the Navajo Generating Station leaves questions about new energy sources, economics and water. Joining The Show now to tell us about the unique debates raised by this freed up water is Luke Runyon with KUNC in Colorado.
Officials are working to ensure that Native Americans are counted in the 2020 census. The Show sat down with Kristine Firethunder, director of Tribal Relations for Gov. Ducey, and Alexander Castillo-Nunez with the Intertribal Council of Arizona to talk more about those efforts — and why it’s important for Native Americans in Arizona to be counted.
Telemundo has launched a new initiative aimed at encouraging its viewers to register and vote in this year’s elections. With The Show to talk about what it’ll entail is Jose Diaz-Balart, anchor of Noticias Telemundo, as well as NBC Nightly News Saturday.
This is crossover week at the state Capitol, when bills from one chamber really start to move to the other. With The Show for our weekly look at what to expect from the Legislature this week is Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services.
A man has been arrested after allegedly being combative and ramming a police car three times during a chase through Flagstaff neighborhoods. Flagstaff police say 23-year-old Jerrad Bigman was booked into the Coconino County jail Saturday on suspicion of aggravated assault, leaving the scenes of multiple collisions and driving while impaired.