( Phoenix, AZ )
A summer camp that lost five buildings in the Wallow Fire will open
tomorrow at a different facility in Prescott. The damage has temporarily
closed Montlure Presbyterian Church Camp in Greer, where thousands of
Arizona kids have spent summers over the past 80 years.
The NFL is finally seeing a resolution in its labor dispute, host Steve Goldstein talks to retiring running back Jason Wright to get insight on what the dispute means for players.Goldstein also talks to Kellen Bradley, founder of the Sports & Entertainment Law Blog.
Economic experts Grady Gammage and Alan Maguire join host Steve Goldstein to talk about Arizona's road to economic recovery, and the changes it's seen over the years.Grady Gammage is an academic and attorney at the law firm Gammage and Burnham.
Henry Salinas talks to his friend Edward Upshaw about why he chose to start an organization to stop gang violence and the legacy of his work. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share and preserve the stories of our lives.
Ray Stern, reporter for Phoenix New Times, joins host Steve Goldstein to talk about the Andrew Thomas Hearing.Former Maricopa County attorney Andrew Thomas and two of his deputies face 33 ethical violation charges for actions taken between 2006 through 2010.
What's the next industry that will create jobs and boost the economy?For years, economic growth in the Southwest was driven by the construction industry. As the country's economic downturn drags on, many wonder whether construction can lead our region's recovery.
Senator Russell Pearce and challenger Jerry Lewis displayed contrasting styles in a Mesa Chamber of Commerce Debate. The two are on the ballot in next month's recall election of Pearce. The senator showcased his knowledge and tough nosed approach to policies while Lewis came across as a polite newcomer who vows to work with others.
Some of the original backers of the Independent Redistricting Commission say the Governor and state Republican senators went too far in removing its chair. Colleen Mathis was dismissed earlier this week for what Governor Brewer called “substantial neglect of duty or gross misconduct in office.