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Millennials are accused of killing lots of things. The latest? Aging
Amanda Kehrberg, who studies digital culture at Arizona State University, says aging millennials are changing what it means to be an adult and going down the path of aging today.
May 15, 2024
This literary journal focuses on active-duty military and veterans
Editor Rosemarie Dombrowski and managing editor Virgil Connor told The Show more about ISSUED — a literary journal featuring poetry, memoir, fiction and more, written by active-duty military, veterans, and the friends and family members impacted by their service.
May 15, 2024
Phoenix renames part of Fillmore Street after boxing champ
Phoenix city officials and community members gathered Tuesday evening to unveil ceremonial signs renaming Fillmore Street from 9th to 10th Street "Michael Carbajal Way" in honor of the legendary boxer.
May 15, 2024
She earned ASU doctoral degree — at age 17
Dorothy Jean Tillman II recently graduated with her doctoral degree from Arizona State University, after successfully defending her thesis in December at age 17. She took her first college course at 10.
May 15, 2024
NAU institute offers AI guidance for schools
The Arizona Institute for Education and the Economy is offering guidance for the use of Generative AI in K-12 schools. It’s not a mandate from state officials, but information about how AI works and how it could be used in the classroom.
May 15, 2024
Phoenix will change bulk trash pickup to appointment system
Customers can schedule four collections per year for things that are too big for regular garbage containers, including furniture, appliances and tree and shrub clippings.
May 15, 2024
Lawmakers ask for $3B for FEMA program funding asylum seeker care
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and other lawmakers in Washington say a federal program that funds asylum seeker and migrant care in Arizona and elsewhere is still vastly underfunded.
May 15, 2024
How a U.S. Customs and Border Protection veteran sees his agencys mission
Agent Ryan Riccucci has worked for U.S. Customs and Border Protection for 17 years. No longer on patrol, he's now division chief, overseeing the Tucson Sector's law enforcement operational programs. He's responsible for the things that agents use to reach the remotest parts of the desert — off-road vehicles, aircraft, horses — across a territory as vast as five Connecticuts, he said.
May 15, 2024
Hobbs says Republican border bill will bust state budget
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs said the state can’t afford to implement controversial border and immigration legislation backed by Republican lawmakers, citing estimates that it could cost the state’s prison system hundreds of millions of dollars.
May 14, 2024
Arizona border bill stalls after Republican state senator opposes Dreamers provision
The state Senate intends to pass a border security measure next week, but that will require all the chamber’s Republican votes, and one GOP Senator says he wants changes before he can get on board.
Hobbs says Republican border bill will 'bust' state budget
May 14, 2024
Rights groups rally at AZ Capitol to protest GOP-led immigration measure
HCR 2060 would make it a crime under state law to enter Arizona outside of a port of entry, and give local law enforcement the authority to carry out those arrests.
May 14, 2024
Judge throws out cases against ASU protesters
Dozens of trespassing cases against pro-Palestine demonstrators arrested late last month at Arizona State University were dismissed by a judge Tuesday. But prosecutors still have a year to revive them.
May 14, 2024
Recent Pinal County wildfire spike has officials concerned
State officials say they’re concerned about a spike of 25 wildfires in Pinal County in the last six weeks that were all human-caused.
May 14, 2024
Chandler extends city-operated ride share service
The Chandler City Council has extended its contract for a city-operated ride share service. Chandler Flex is an on-demand, shared transportation service, where a minivan picks up passengers and takes them where they want to go.
May 14, 2024
Police still seeking suspects in shooting of 20-year-old University of Arizona student
At a news conference Tuesday, police Capt. Doug Foster said there is no indication that 20-year-old sophomore Erin Jones — from Newport Beach, California — was targeted.
May 14, 2024
Scottsdale’s rebate program encourages grass, pool and spa removals
Scottsdale is offering money to residents and businesses to remove grass, pools and spas.
May 14, 2024
The surprising reasons Latino Protestants are embracing Christian nationalism
Jonathan Calvillo, assistant professor of Latinx Communities at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, spoke more about how Latinos' religious affiliation is shifting as well as their voting behavior.
May 14, 2024
While housing bill is stuck in Legislature, this law could put a dent in AZ crisis
Reid Butler, the owner of Butler Housing Company and past chair of the Arizona Multihousing Association, joined The Show to talk about an adaptive reuse law that could help put a dent in the state’s housing crisis
May 14, 2024
National banjo champ keeps old-time music alive
Every Monday at 1 p.m., there’s a bluegrass jam session at the Pyle Adult Recreation Center in Tempe. It's led by Bruce Wurst, who among many things is a national and state banjo champion.
May 14, 2024
ADEQ issues high pollution advisory for Tuesday and Wednesday
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has issued a high pollution advisory for Tuesday and Wednesday in Phoenix.
May 14, 2024

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