Indigenous-led demonstrators say they were subject to tear gas, rubber bullets and arrests Monday morning during a nonviolent protest against border wall construction at a Border Patrol checkpoint in southeast Pima County.
In an effort to give eligible Arizonans their unemployment benefits in a timely manner, while also protecting taxpayer money from fraud, the Arizona Department of Economic Security has partnered with federally-certified identity verification provider ID.me.
As President Donald Trump recovers from COVID-19 and travels around the country for campaign events, he has said that he is now immune. But Dr. Shad Marvasti at the University of Arizona College of Medicine says that’s not the case.
On Monday, Tempe started offering $1.1 million in grants to small businesses struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This is the city's first coronavirus-related grant program for small businesses. Awards may be up to $10,000 per business, based on the number of full-time staff employed.
Creatives continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic. For those in the performing and visual arts, they’re turning to new methods to keep audiences safe, but also engaged.
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For Columbus Day — or Indigenous Peoples Day — Mexico City expected a protest calling for removal of a statue of the Spanish admiral, as has happened in some U.S. cities. But the city’s government made a surprise move, while the federal government demands apologies on another front.
Arizona voters decided in 2000 that the state’s legislative and congressional districts should be drawn by an independent commission instead of by the Legislature, which had controlled the process since statehood.
But even the independent commission has not avoided political controversy.
What role do the arts play in society? How do they respond to or shape our culture and current events? Those are the kinds of questions Deborah Cullinant thinks about, and will be bringing to a new position at ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.
The mother of U.S. Sen. John McCain, whose feisty personality became her son’s secret weapon during his 2008 presidential campaign, has died. Roberta Wright McCain was 108.
A spokesperson for her daughter-in-law Cindy McCain says Roberta McCain died Monday. A cause of death was not immediately released.
The Arizona Republic's editorial board gave the thumbs down to Proposition 208, also known as Invest in Ed. If passed, it would increase the income tax on people who make at least $250,000 a year to pump hundreds of millions of dollars into the state's K-12 system.
As COVID-19 infection rates rise across Europe, countries there are working to try and slow the spread of the virus — again.
That is among the key international stories of the coming days. The Show spoke with the BBC's Pete Ross for a weekly look at what's happening around the world.
The self-response rate on the Navajo Nation is reported to be 22%, and the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation has a self-response rate of only 17%.
The Show spoke with Shadana Sultan, a 2020 census tribal partner specialist, for more about why and what’s being done to increase those figures.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to take a ride in a car with no one sitting in the driver’s seat, you could have your chance soon. Waymo announced last week it’s expanding its self-driving car program in the Valley. The Show spoke about Waymo's plans with Andrew Hawkins, who covers transportation for the Verge.
Nationwide, there is an uptick in coronavirus cases, but the former director of the Department of Health Services says Arizona is holding steady.
Will Humble, now executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association, says North and South Dakota, Montana, Utah, Idaho and Wisconsin are seeing increases.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is pushing back against last week’s ruling that extended the state’s voter registration deadline. But challengers say Brnovich’s interest in the legal issue comes too late.
In a Sunday tele-rally, President Donald Trump addressed Arizona supporters, insisting he has fully recovered from COVID-19. He thanked those who sent thoughts and prayers to him and the first lady. He also turned his attention towards Arizona seniors, saying there’s a good reason to trust him.