A newly elected Phoenix councilmember pledges to help a family involved in a controversial police incident obtain justice. A bystander’s video shows officers cursing and pointing guns at Dravon Ames, his pregnant fiancee, Iesha Harper, and their two young daughters. Police say the family was suspected of shoplifting and failed to obey commands
Organizers of a "sanctuary city" initiative campaign turned in petitions that they say contain more than 18,000 signatures to put the measure on the Tucson city ballot. That's nearly twice the number needed to qualify it for the ballot.
The fight over climate change has been one of the most intense public policy debates on the national and international stage. Though a great majority of the public believes in climate change’s existence, many elected officials have refused to agree with that assessment.
If you watch Netflix, or listen to Pandora or buy stuff on Amazon, you’re familiar with the concept of an algorithm picking other movies or music or soap it thinks you’d also like based on what you originally picked.
The fireworks that light up Arizona’s sky Thursday night also create a health hazard for people with breathing problems. To talk about the impact of fireworks on air quality, The Show spoke with Matt Pace, meteorologist for the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.
Dozens of Central American asylum applicants are choosing to be bused back to their home countries, instead of waiting in Mexico while their cases are being processed in the U.S., Mexican immigration officials said on Tuesday.
A coalition of aid groups helping migrant families dropped off in Phoenix has taken a big step toward realizing the goal of reopening the unused Ann Ott School as an overnight shelter, but at least one neighborhood group plans to appeal decisions made by a city hearing officer on Tuesday.
Phoenix Chief Jeri Williams presented an action plan that came out of concerns from a police community meeting weeks ago. “What I heard loudly and clearly was that some members of the community are tired of talk and want actionable step," she said.
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As events mark 75 years since the deciding battles of World War II, there are not many left who participated or even remember what life was like during the conflict. Two Arizona residents, now in their 90s, are passing along their memories at a Scottsdale retirement community.