The first issue of Scottsdale’s hometown newspaper published in 1948 — before the city was even officially a city. The last iteration of the Scottsdale Progress ended in 2009. The paper relaunched Sunday, Sept. 16 — an anomaly in an era of shrinking local news coverage.
Mexican authorities say the leader of a drug cartel linked with illegal trafficking of the endangered totoaba fish was arrested in Baja California last week. The black market for totoaba fish is a leading threat to the nearly-extinct vaquita porpoise.
The state of Arizona and its cities have had a bit of a tense relationship over the past several years. State lawmakers have debated and, in some cases, approved bills that cities say infringe on their ability to deal with local issues.
Walgreens announced recently that it’ll stock Auvi-Q as an alternative to patients who need epinephrine. This is in the midst of a shortage of EpiPens, which has had some patients and pharmacies scrambling for the medicine used to treat severe allergic reactions.
Mexico’s foreign relations and interior ministry said in a joint statement they were considering an offer that, according to a report first made by the New York Times, would set aside $20 million in aid for Mexico's immigration enforcement.
It seemed, for a while, the popularity of the NFL was on a dramatic upward trend that didn’t have an end in sight. But then a decision by some players to protest police violence by kneeling during the playing of the national anthem put the NFL right in the middle of the culture wars.
Should race be a factor in college admissions? The results of a new poll conducted by WGBH News and released today reveal that nearly three in four Americans do not think it should be. But a majority of Americans also say that they value racial diversity on campus.
Last year, landlords in Maricopa County filed nearly 63,000 eviction lawsuits. And, when they go through court, they can be completed in no time at all, according to a new investigation by Alden Woods and Agnel Philip for The Arizona Republic.
There will be two big meetings between world leaders early this week. One is on Tuesday in the Korean Peninsula, where the leaders of North and South Korea will start a three day summit in the North Korean capital.
Anyone unlucky enough to be flying in or out of Phoenix yesterday morning knows that one parked car near Terminal 4 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport resulted in hours of delays and confusion. The Show was joined by Sgt. Tommy Thompson with the Phoenix Police Department to talk about this hectic scene.