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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
Republicans concerned about Trump campaigns lack of ground game in AZ
While the Biden camp is building a robust ground campaign in swing states like Arizona, some Republican officials in our state and others are concerned that the Trump campaign is not.
May 14, 2024
Police: Man suspected of killing 3 dies in police shootout in Arizona
A man suspected of fatally shooting three family members in Mississippi has been killed in a shootout with Arizona state troopers, according to authorities.
May 14, 2024
Waymo operates robotaxis in Arizona. Federal agency just opened probe into their self-driving cars
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration posted documents detailing the probe on its website early Tuesday after getting 22 reports of Waymo vehicles either crashing or doing something that may have violated traffic laws.
May 14, 2024
Navajo Nation Council to vote on record water rights settlement
The Navajo Nation has one of the largest single outstanding claims in the Colorado River basin and will vote soon on the measure in a special session. It's the first of many approvals — ending with Congress — that's needed to finalize the deal.
May 14, 2024
Taurasi celebrates 20 years as Mercury season opens
This season marks 20 years in Phoenix for the league’s all-time leading scorer Diana Taurasi. She says she’s grateful to have spent her entire WNBA career here.
May 14, 2024
Word – Romance in Peoria, heartbreak with Susan Vespoli
On this episode of Word, we discuss a new romance book club in the Valley, how the 2022 shooting of a Valley man by a former Phoenix police officer inspired a collection of poems and a new collection of climate fiction short stories.
May 14, 2024
Rights advocates: Proposed DHS rule could shut out asylum seekers with valid claims
A new rule proposed by the Department of Homeland Security would have asylum officers do more advanced screening while conducting initial interviews for asylum seekers at the border.
May 14, 2024
Navajo hospital gets $177M overhaul, 1st since 1930
Ganado is home to Sage Memorial Hospital, a Native-managed comprehensive health care system serving thousands of people in surrounding Navajo communities. It had been operating out of the same facilities since 1930 — until now.
May 14, 2024
Former Corporation Commission lawyer threatens suit alleging discrimination, retaliation
The Arizona Corporation Commission’s former top attorney is threatening to sue the agency over allegations that some commissioners and staff engaged in a pattern of retaliation and race and gender-based discrimination.
May 13, 2024
Mom lawmakers want to use campaign cash for child care costs while campaigning
A group of Arizona lawmakers who are also moms want the right to use campaign cash to cover child care costs when they’re on the campaign trail.
May 13, 2024
Peak Fire: The latest on the Arizona wildfire near State Route 87
The Peak Fire was reported Saturday evening and hasn’t made much progress since then, according to authorities. Fire crews expect to have it mostly contained early this week.
May 13, 2024
Bureau of Reclamation officially approves lower basin plan to conserve Colorado River water
A plan submitted by Arizona, California and Nevada to save 3 million acre feet of Colorado River supply over the next two years has been adopted by the federal government.
May 13, 2024
AZ Supreme Court delays enforcement of abortion ban until September
Arizona’s near-total abortion ban dating to 1864 can’t be enforced until September, following a state Supreme Court order Monday. The delay increases the likelihood that the controversial law may never go back into effect.
May 13, 2024
Work violence among factors driving AZ nursing shortage
Arizona is facing a shortage of nurses; and the state could feel the sting of empty positions as early as next year.
May 13, 2024

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