In October, the United States imposed a 25% tariff on some wines from France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. And now, the Wall Street Journal reports there are proposed tariffs on things like French sparkling wine and nearly all wine from Europe. All of this doesn’t just affect vineyards across the pond. In fact, the Arizona wine world is speaking out against these proposed tariffs.
A Phoenix woman has been arrested on suspicion of killing her three children, who were found dead inside the family home, authorities said Tuesday. The 22-year-old mother, who police identified on Tuesday morning as Rachel Henry, “has admitted to harming her three children, which caused their demise,” Sgt. Mercedes Fortune told reporters outside the home.
With the new ASU @ Mesa City Center campus, ASU President Michael Crow and Mesa Mayor John Giles are promising to put the once-sleepy downtown Mesa on par with media giants like Hong Kong, Sydney, even New York City.
Arizona Congresswoman Debbie Lesko is one of eight Republican members of Congress named to President Trump’s impeachment team. “I will continue to fight against this corrupt and unfair process and look forward to assisting President Trump as a member of his impeachment team," Lesko says.
A new NPR poll found widespread worry from voters that the elections won’t be fair and accurate. Americans feel uneasy about disinformation and voter suppression. In Arizona, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says she’s working to build partnerships across the state to improve election security.
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Conservative think tank the Goldwater Institute of Arizona is backing litigation about legal requirements to pay union dues. They argue that a Supreme Court ruling on public sector unions also applies to bar associations.
Office vacancies hit record lows last year in the Phoenix metro area, a sign that population growth is not spreading out but piling up. Population growth and a growing labor pool are the main reasons, according to analysis by Kidder Mathews real estate.
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Insects spend a lot of time upside-down and sideways, but scientists know surprisingly little about how their bodily fluids handle the pull of gravity in these awkward positions. A study sheds new light on the topic.
A critical corridor for commuters, freight and Sky Harbor Airport will undergo a major reconstruction. Physical work on the Interstate 10-Broadway Curve project is still more than a year away, but planners want to alert travelers early and often.
More often than not, when you think about African American history in this country, you probably don’t think about them here in Arizona. But there’s an exhibition showing now in Phoenix’s Heritage Square that highlights the stories of African Americans here in the Southwest.
Some Honeywell employees in Glendale will play a role in the next generation of human space exploration. Lockheed Martin awarded a contract to Honeywell to support production of NASA’s Orion spacecraft fleet.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and half marathon took place Sunday — as anyone trying to get around town will know. Due to an error in calculating the course the half marathon came up almost 940 feet short.
The latest statistics on hate crimes indicate a positive direction as Arizona’s numbers, according to the FBI, are at their lowest in five years. The 2018 figures were down 39% from 2017. But there are concerns that the numbers are inaccurate since victims may be afraid of actually reporting a hate crime — or they may not view an incident that way.
On this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we’re celebrating the civil rights leader’s legacy and reflecting on what it means today. In Phoenix, residents can do this at the annual MLK March. That’s where we find KJZZ’s Bret Jaspers.
DEA reports indicate the production and trafficking of methamphetamine has increased nearly threefold since 2017. Las Vegas-based journalist John L. Smith recently broke down the spike in meth trafficking in the region and he joined The Show to discuss the causes.
Last summer, Taliesin West in Scottsdale and Taliesin in Wisconsin were inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. That’s led to more visitors to Frank Lloyd Wright’s properties, which officials welcome. But more visitors also means more upkeep and maintenance.
There is an outbreak that’s killing California’s citrus trees. Earlier this month, that state’s orange growers expanded a quarantine zone to cover more than 1,000 square miles. But now one researcher at the University of Arizona is working to cut off the disease at its knees — before it can spread it to the ever-valuable citrus crop here in Arizona.