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AZ Education Is Falling Short On Its Progress Meter Goals
In 2016, Arizona education advocates set out to meet a set of ambitious educational goals to reach by 2030. The Education Progress Meter set expectations for the state’s students in terms of math and reading proficiency, high school graduation and post-high school educational attainment.
Jan. 7, 2020
The Takeaway: Are the Iranian People United Behind Their Government?
While Democratic and Republican leaders in Congress seem as divided as ever, the media portrayal of Iran shows the country united behind its government. But just how accurate is that viewpoint?
Jan. 7, 2020
Phoenix Police: 2 Officers Return Fire, Fatally Shoot Man
Two Phoenix police officers fatally shot a man who allegedly fired first at one officer, who was struck in the chest but not seriously injured because his vest and radio stopped the bullet, a Police Department spokeswoman said.
Jan. 7, 2020
No Better Pleasure For Phoenix Tailors Than Suits Made From Scratch
The men’s fashion industry is undergoing significant change. Athletic brands and casual wear are driving most of the growth in the nearly $90 billion U.S. market. But one shop in Phoenix is betting on its niche market.
Jan. 7, 2020
Report: More Than 60,000 Missing In Mexico
While Sonora has a relatively small portion of those officially missing, over 10 percent of mass graves found in the country over roughly the last year were in the state.
Jan. 6, 2020
Groups Settle Suit With AZ Over Voter Address Updates
A lawsuit alleging the state of Arizona failed to update voter registration addresses for certain people ended with a settlement Monday.
Jan. 6, 2020
Family Traveling From U.S. Attacked Near Mexico Border
Many travelers drove back from Mexico last weekend as the holiday season came to an end. But one family was unable to make it back, after being attacked a few miles from the U.S. border.
Jan. 6, 2020
Fear Steps In The Way Of Mexico’s Hunt For Human Traffickers
Mexican authorities have been grappling with their own immigration issues, including trying to stop humans from being smuggled into their country. It’s a problem that statistics may not be able to capture.
Jan. 6, 2020
County May Issue Written Opinion On Petersen Appeal
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors may give a more formal explanation of its vote to keep in place the suspension of Paul Petersen.
Jan. 6, 2020
Sustainable Products Hot At Consumer Electronics Show
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas starts Tuesday. Hot this year are products that focus on sustainability. Circularise, an information technology company out of Holland, is creating digital versions of plastic materials that manufacturers can then use to share details on products.
Jan. 6, 2020
Gosar Tweets Manipulated Photo Of Obama
An Arizona congressman has tweeted out what appears to be a manipulated image of former President Barack Obama and Iran’s President. But that fake photo has been around since 2015.
Jan. 6, 2020
How Was South Mountain Freeway On Its First Day?
Monday was the first full day of morning traffic for the new Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway. The final stretch of the freeway opened right before the holidays.
Jan. 6, 2020
Navajo Request Federal Funding To Hire Coroners
The Navajo Nation Council said it’s working with Congress to fund a medical examiners department. If successful, the tribe will be the first in the country with such a department.
Jan. 6, 2020
Heres What Happened This Week In Arizona History: Jan. 5-11
This week in 1975, Raul Castro became Arizona’s first Hispanic governor. Read a collection of the interesting — and sometimes unusual — events that happened this week in Arizona history.
Jan. 6, 2020
How Your Car Is Collecting And Sharing Your Data
Washington Post technology reporter Geoffrey Fowler recently broke down a 2017 Chevy Volt to see what information its on-board computers were gathering and what was being done with it.
Jan. 6, 2020
Boas: The Women Who Shaped Arizona
To start 2020, the Arizona Republic published a front-page essay by former Arizona Board of Regents President Eileen Klein on the long-term impact of female politicians and government leaders over the course of the state’s history.
Jan. 6, 2020
BBC Look-Ahead: The World Reacts To Soleimanis Death
The aftermath of the killing of top Iranian general Major General Qassim Soleimani in Iraq last week will remain one of the top international stories in the coming days
Jan. 6, 2020
Efforts In Arizona Underway To Recruit Women To Corporate Boards
Last year, California became the first state in the country to enact a law requiring publicly traded companies to include women on their boards of directors. Meanwhile, there are other efforts to get more women on corporate boards, as well. Kathleen Duffy is part of one of them. She’s president and CEO of Phoenix-based Duffy Group, a recruitment firm.
Jan. 6, 2020
One Student Still Living With Hamilton Hazing Fallout
Hamilton High School in Chandler has a tradition of winning football. But, in 2017, police arrested five students from the school and one from a nearby charter school. John D’Anna, senior reporter with the Arizona Republic, has written a multipart series on what happened and what’s continuing to happen.
Jan. 6, 2020
Game And Fish To Conduct Annual Survey Of Big Game
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is conducting its annual aerial survey of big game population in the state. "The data obtained will help us determine how many hunting tags to let out in a given year," he said. "We have to balance out the number of animals in the field with the number of permits we let so the harvest is sustainable."
Jan. 6, 2020

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