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County Attorney Disagrees With Prison Reform Proposal
The Maricopa County Attorney is criticizing United States Attorney General Eric Holder’s prison reform proposal. Bill Montgomery says he agrees with flexibility in sentencing, but not outside of legislative channels.
Sept. 20, 2013
Record Number Of People Using Public Transit
More people are riding the bus and light rail. In fact, a record number opted for public transit according to the latest numbers from Valley Metro which operates the transit system. Most people took the bus.
Sept. 20, 2013
Resort And Hotel Fees Soar To New Heights
Used to be you could make a cup of coffee in a hotel room and feel good about getting something for free, but just like the airlines hotels are charging extra for things that, once upon a time, cost nothing at all, and the latest numbers show fees at hotels and resorts are reaching new heights.
Sept. 20, 2013
Replacing City Manager David Cavazos
The Phoenix City Council plans to replace City Manager David Cavazos who surprised almost everybody a few weeks ago when he announced his resignation. Cavazos is moving on to take the same position in Santa Ana, Calif.
Sept. 20, 2013
ASU Student Is Entrepreneur Of The Year Finalist
Jared Schoepf cleans water in a barrel. The Arizona State University student’s project is a finalist in the college track of Entrepreneur Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Year award. Finalist poster for Jared Schoepf's SafeSIPP.
Sept. 20, 2013
Arizona State University Boosts Downtown Phoenix Development
Arizona State University has drastically changed downtown Phoenix since it opened there in 2006. The school’s growth downtown has also led to a lot of new private development. The Sun Devil Fitness Complex has a rooftop pool.
Sept. 20, 2013
Reagan Exploring Secretary Of State Candidacy
A Republican state lawmaker is now officially exploring a possible candidacy for secretary of state. Scottsdale state Sen. Michele Reagan had formed an exploratory committee for her candidacy in December then left the paperwork blank on which office she planned to pursue.
Sept. 20, 2013
ADOT, DPS Prepare For Labor Day Traffic
The Arizona Department of Transportation is teaming with the Department of Public Safety to help keep traffic moving on I-17 over the Labor Day holiday weekend. They're targeting the area between Black Canyon City and Cordes Junction with highway signs that say 'Safety Corridor—Stay Alert, Stay Alive,' according to ADOT spokesman Doug Nintzel.
Sept. 20, 2013
McCain To Discuss Syria With Obama
Arizona Senator John McCain heads to the White House Monday to discuss a possible military strike against Syria with the president. On CBS's "Face the Nation," Sunday, McCain said it has to be more than just a missile strike, and that he wants to see a plan in place before deciding to support the action.
Sept. 20, 2013
Joint Task Force Raids Phoenix Apartment Complex On Suspicion Of Gang Activity
Law enforcement agencies conducted a series of pre-dawn raids Wednesday morning at an apartment complex in northwest Phoenix. The raids capped a year-long undercover investigation.Police said they were looking into gang-related drug and weapons crimes at the apartments located just south of Glendale at 2500 West Ocotillo.
Sept. 20, 2013
Sept. 20, 2013
Prescott To Remove Temporary Memorial For Firefighters
The city of Prescott announced they will remove the temporary memorial for the firefighters killed in the Yarnell Hill Fire. The memorial at Prescott's Station 7 stretches entirely around the building.
Sept. 20, 2013
Changing Attitudes About Sports Injuries
Throw some dirt on it. That is what a lot of coaches and even some parents would say to young football players who looked like they had suffered a minor injury. Throwing up on the sidelines? Just part of the game.
Sept. 20, 2013

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