When the Americans with Disabilities Act became law in 1990, it decreed that people will have access to jobs, businesses and public spaces, regardless of their disability. 30 years later, people like Darrell and Allison Hilliker are still fighting to make sure that promise is kept.
Lawns and landscaping are polarizing symbols when talking about water use in the desert. Some communities are paying homeowners to rip out their grass. Others are trying to save water on the green fields that residents adore.
President Donald Trump’s administration faces hard deadlines for reuniting migrant families separated at the border, and the former U.S. Attorney for Arizona says it’s a long shot the government can meet the court-ordered benchmarks.
In Mexico, Wednesday is officially the last day of campaigning for the country’s next president. Jorge Valencia from KJZZ’s Mexico City Bureau has been reporting on the campaigns and joined The Show this morning to talk about it.
The World Health Organization announced last week that it was officially classifying “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition in its 11th edition of its International Classification of Diseases. But not all psychologists agree with the move.
As Arizona heads toward the August primary election, KJZZ's The Show is inviting candidates in contested races to talk about why they’re running and some of the key issues in their contests. Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan is running for a second term in the office.
Early voting for Arizona’s primary election is a little more than one month away, and we’re beginning to see the emergence of a lot of polls, and some of them show a huge percentage of undecided voters.
Arizona's Attorney General and the City of Tempe announced a settlement Tuesday ending Tempe's incentive programs to lease land to developers and businesses in exchange for lower property taxes. Mike Sunnucks of the Phoenix Business Journal joins The Show to tell us about it.