An Arizona nonprofit announced a new study last week to document wildlife in the Sky Island region of Arizona and neighboring Sonora, Mexico. The studies stem from concerns over new border wall construction.
Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador presented his economic plan to face the coronavirus pandemic. He says the plan focuses on helping the poor while avoiding the flaws of neoliberal capitalism, but workers and business groups are concerned.
With so much of the economy on pause during the coronavirus pandemic, the date to file state and federal taxes has been pushed back to July 15. One listener asked through our Q&AZ reporting project how that impacted the April 15 deadline for Arizona's tax credit for charitable donations.
The list of sporting events cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 virus is an extremely long one that includes major events like the 2020 Summer Olympics. The Show spoke with Terry Shoemaker, a lecturer at Arizona State University who studies the relationship between religion and sports in the United States.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the behavior of most Americans — whether it’s working from home, practicing social distancing or only going out for so-called essential services. Phil Boas, editorial page editor for the Republic, wrote a column with a touch of optimism that those modified behaviors are helping.
Gun shops around the Valley are reporting a sharp increase in sales during the coronavirus pandemic. On March 25, the Arizona Republic reported that many of the buyers seem to be new to the game. The Show spoke to Gerry Hills, the founder and president of Arizonans for Gun Safety, a nonprofit organization.
Though restaurants, shops and other businesses have closed their doors amidst the coronavirus pandemic, there are still active construction sites all over metro Phoenix. The Show spoke with Cheryl Lombard, the CEO of Valley Partnership, which is a trade association for the real estate development industry in the Valley.
Let's check what the coronavirus pandemic looks like outside the United States. With The Show via Skype for our weekly look at some of the top international stories of the coming days is the BBC’s Audrey Tinline in London.
Arizona schools are trying to reach their students at home for the remainder of this school year, but the challenge has made disparities in our communities more clear. The Show spoke to Lynette Stant, Arizona's 2020 Teacher of the Year and its first indigenous winner, about how her community is handling the coronavirus crisis.
A veteran lawyer for the federal government has been selected to oversee Grand Canyon National Park — a rare appointment of someone who did not move up through the ranks of the National Park Service. Edward Keable currently serves as the assistant solicitor of general law for the Interior Department's Office of the Solicitor.
Backers of four voter initiatives have gone to the Arizona Supreme Court to challenge a requirement that prohibits online signatures to be counted as valid. But, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants the proceedings delayed.
After Gov. Doug Ducey declared a major disaster in Arizona over the spread of the coronavirus, President Donald Trump accepted the governor's request. According to Ducey’s press secretary Patrick Ptak, the declaration opens up federal money to cover some of the state’s expenses.
Across Arizona, small communities are feeling the effect of the coronavirus pandemic and community response. KJZZ is checking in with cities and towns outside the Phoenix area to see how they are faring. → Get The Latest News On The Coronavirus
The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation has partnered with Data Doctors, a computer repair company, and others to refurbish used laptops as part of an effort to bridge the digital divide during coronavirus school closures. The organizations asking community members to donate any used laptops they might have lying around at home.
Tree rings provide a useful way to study past climates and date specific events or objects, but some eras remain fuzzy. Now, researchers from University of Arizona have developed a way to sharpen our picture of a key volcanic eruption.