Countless indigenous women and girls have gone missing for generations. It’s a pattern of abuse that’s well-known in these communities, and yet it has persisted with little intervention from the government. But, this year, state lawmakers sought to change that by forming the Study Committee on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
The Trump administration was ordered by a federal judge in 2018 to stop separating most migrant children from their parents on the border. The public outcry was fierce, and the administration said it’s not enforcing the policy anymore. But, a new report from journalists Jude Joffe-Block and Valeria Fernandez shows families are still being separated.
There have been academic studies on issues related to how often law enforcement officers pull over African American drivers and cite them for moving violations. New research by an ASU public finance professor and two colleagues indicate those stops may be used as ways to collect money from a certain sector of drivers — most notably, African Americans.
A conference taking place Tuesday at ASU’s law school aims to bring together people from different aspects of the electric vehicle market. That includes manufacturers, policy-makers and utilities, among others. The Show spoke with a couple of the people involved in the first Arizona Transportation Electrification Forum.
As the 2020 legislative session approaches, debates around education are heating up. Republicans are already at odds with Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman over her management of state school voucher program, and Hoffman is planning a fight against requirements for what she calls bilingual or multilingual students.
A series of cruises scheduled to launch in December from Rocky Point in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, will be delayed by one month, cutting the number of departures in the inaugural cruise season in half.
About a decade ago, Arizona was one of the worst hit areas when the housing crisis hit. Now, investigative reporter Aaron Glantz uncovers how an elite group took advantage of the losses of millions of Americans during the housing crisis — often using taxpayer money — in his new book called "Homewreckers."
California school districts have three years to push back the start times of their middle schools and high schools. Despite the benefits of better rested students, some Arizona schools face barriers in changing their schedules.
Rugged terrain, dry grass and high winds have made it difficult for firefighters to contain the Molino Fire burning north of Tucson. Fire investigators said it started around 3:30 p.m. on Sunday and forced visitors to the Molino Campground to evacuate by nightfall.
Arizona has a new system in place to combat cyber-attacks during the next elections. This week the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office unveils its new hardware built for securing voter registration equipment.
As part of our Q&AZ reporting project, listener Stacy Ketcham wanted to know who designs the artwork on Phoenix-area freeways. One Arizona landscape architect brought innovation to his field and beauty to our Arizona highways.
Freelance journalist Kathryn Joyce once interviewed Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen for a story about Marshallese adoptions in Arkansas which was published in the New Republic Magazine. She asked about his work and a migration deal between the United States and the Marshall Islands. → Compact May Mean Legal Danger For Marshallese Women Found In Mesa
A retired FBI agent described a horrific raid of now-closed Arizona body donation facility Monday, recalling a table stacked with severed human legs, heads stuffed in a cooler, and torsos without heads and limbs.