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Shoana Anderson of the Arizona Department of Health Services explains how the state's flu season compares with the rest of the country. James Hodge of Arizona State University's O'Connor College of Law considers the ethics of requiring workers to be vaccinated and sending them home if they're ill.
television news anchor Bill Close has died at the age of 91.STEVE GOLDSTEIN: Close worked for 29 years at Channel Ten in Phoenix—then known as KOOL—as news anchor
and Vice President for News until he retired in 1993.
Two conservation groups this week bought more than 4,000 acres of land, with plans to sell it to the National Park Service.
Badland exposures of the Triassic Chinle Formation. (Photo by Andrew Kearns, courtesy of the National Park Service.
Performance funding for Arizona's K-12 schools is part of Governor Jan Brewer's proposed budget. Common Core standards are also on the verge of being implemented.Rebecca Gau, Director of the Governor's Office of Education Innovation, and Expect More Arizona President and CEO Pearl Chang Esau discuss the reforms and how much more funding Arizona's schools need.
The sound of construction on the Chicago Cubs’ new baseball spring training facility at the former Riverview Park in Mesa is music to the ears of some of the most enthusiastic of Cactus League fans. Tab Baker, who is overseeing the project for Hunt Construction, gave me a tour of the site last week.
Tempe-based US Airways and bankrupt
American Airlines appear ready to merge. Bloomberg News reports the companies’
boards are expected approve the merger Wednesday, after lengthy negotiations. “I think a lot of
employees and a lot of people who are suffering from merger battle fatigue
think, ‘Oh my God, it’s done!’" said Holly Hegeman, founder of the airline industry magazine PlaneBusiness.
Builder confidence in the national market for newly built, single-family homes was virtually unchanged in February. But as KJZZ’s Lynn Kelly reports, the Western region does seem to be making progress.
Jodi Arias’s effort to get a potential
death sentence in her murder case set aside was rejected by the state’s highest
court today. Arias has been charged with the June 2008
stabbing and shooting death of her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, at his home in Mesa.
Jan Brewer was among several state leaders who met Monday with President Barack Obama to
go over the pending sequester budget cuts, due to take effect Friday. She says the president urged the governors to
pressure their congressional delegations to avoid the cuts, but the Republican
governor says she's not likely
to do that.