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How Biden Will Get Along With The Intelligence Community
One of President Donald Trump’s favorite targets during his administration was the intelligence community. That attitude from the Oval Office is expected to change dramatically in the Biden administration, which most anticipate will take a more traditional approach to intelligence.
Jan. 19, 2021
Journalist Details Expectations For Changes, Challenges For Biden
Journalist Jean Guerrero has written extensively about the administration’s immigration policies — including in the biography, "Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda." The Show spoke with her to learn about the challenges and preconceptions of immigration discussion.
Jan. 19, 2021
Arizona Department Of Child Safety Agrees To Federal Oversight
Arizona's department of child welfare has agreed to increased federal scrutiny after failing to provide proper translation services for families whose first language is not English.
Jan. 19, 2021
Whats Happening At The Arizona State Capitol Before Inauguration
The FBI specifically warned of potentially violent protests in all 50 states ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. But in the days leading up, there has been very little action at the Arizona Capitol.
Jan. 19, 2021
New Arizona Speeding Legislation Introduced
A southern Arizona lawmaker has introduced legislation that would give drivers one more reason not to speed.
Jan. 19, 2021
Arizonans Used Nearly 106 Tons Of Medical Marijuana In 2020
In 2020, Arizonans legally smoked, ate or otherwise consumed nearly 106 tons of marijuana, according to details from the latest state Department of Health Services report.
Jan. 19, 2021
Rain And Snow Coming To Arizona This Week
Multiple storms are expected to bring rain and snow to parts of Arizona this week. Meteorologist David Byers of the National Weather Service Flagstaff says snow will begin falling on Tuesday.
Jan. 19, 2021
WATCH: Senate Hearings For Biden Nominees
Senate committees are holding hearings today to hear testimony from President-elect Joe Biden's nominees for homeland security secretary and defense secretary.
Jan. 19, 2021
Mexico Agrees To Divert Vaccines To Poorer Countries
Mexico says it’s in favor of a United Nations proposal to delay shipments of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to wealthier nations so poorer countries can start receiving doses more quickly.
Jan. 18, 2021
2020 Brought More People To Phoenix Golf Courses, Hiking Trails
While the pandemic has kept people from using many amenities at Phoenix parks, it’s also increased numbers at city-owned golf courses and hiking trails.
Jan. 18, 2021
1 Of 3 Fishermen Survived After Nearly 20 Days Adrift In Sea Of Cortez
A small fishing boat with three men aboard went missing from a small town in Baja California in late December. The boat was recovered in neighboring Sonora over the weekend. Only one of the fishermen survived.
Jan. 18, 2021
Sonora Adds 2 More Cities To Code Red Designation
Last week, three cities in Sonora, Mexico, were officially classified as red - or maximum risk for coronavirus spread. Now two more cities are being added to the designation.
Jan. 18, 2021
Sonoran Desalination Plant Nearly 80% Complete
A desalination plant in neighboring Sonora, Mexico is nearing completion, more than two years after construction began. The plant is designed to use reverse osmosis to remove salt from sea water and provide up to 200 liters per second of drinking water.
Jan. 18, 2021
From Piano To Dogs: Banner Health Volunteers Support Medical Staff
Arizona’s largest private employer is looking for volunteers to help support front line workers. After suspending the volunteer program for several months during the pandemic, Banner is now looking for people under 65 with no underlying health conditions to help in non-patient settings.
Jan. 18, 2021
Scottsdales New Mayor On Reinstating Mask Mandate, Navigating Pandemic
David Ortega was sworn in as the new mayor of Scottsdale last week, and one of his first orders of business was to reimpose the city’s mask mandate. The Show spoke with Ortega about how he plans to deal with the pandemic, along with other issues in the city.
Jan. 18, 2021
Maricopa Native Seed Library Aims To Preserve Desert Plants
When we think about nature, a lot of us probably think about going out into the wilderness, hitting a hiking trail, maybe seeing a national park. But for Danielle Carlock, nature can, and should, be something we experience all around us — even in our yards or on a windowsill. Carlock is a librarian at Scottsdale Community College by trade, but her most recent project involves a different kind of library — a seed library.
Jan. 18, 2021
BBC Look-Ahead: Countries Race To Vaccinate Citizens
The pandemic and efforts to vaccinate people against COVID-19 continue to dominate headlines both here in the U.S. and around the globe.
Jan. 18, 2021
Boas: How To Get Arizonans To Trust The COVID-19 Vaccine
Sybil Francis of the Center for the Future of Arizona wrote a piece in Sunday’s Arizona Republic about what it will take to get more Arizonans to trust COVID-19 vaccines, based on results of a poll by the Center for the Future of Arizona and the Gallup organization.
Jan. 18, 2021
State Bar Keeps COVID-19 Legal Help Hotline Running
The pandemic has created a whole host of new challenges for people, from medical to financial to legal. So back in May, the State Bar of Arizona decided to set up a legal help hotline to help answer people’s legal questions that have arisen since COVID-19 changed everything.
Jan. 18, 2021
Arizona Still Leads World COVID-19 Cases Per Capita
New cases of COVID-19 in Arizona may be heading down after two weeks of record-breaking case reporting. But Arizona is still leading the world in average new confirmed COVID-19 cases per capita.
Jan. 18, 2021

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