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Phoenix leaders eye action against Robert Sarver following scathing review of Suns owner
Top elected officials in Phoenix have asked city staff to investigate if they have power to penalize Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver.
Sept. 15, 2022
Mexico’s lower house of Congress votes to keep military in public safety role
Mexico’s lower house of Congress has voted to continue using the military to tackle domestic security issues through 2028.
Sept. 15, 2022
Interim Phoenix police chief to focus on working conditions to retain most experienced cops
To help confront a chronic shortage of officers, Phoenix recently made its police department the highest-paid law enforcement agency in Arizona. Another strategy for keeping department ranks full is holding onto the most experienced and well-trained officers.
Sept. 15, 2022
AZ attorney general candidates face off in debate
Candidates for Arizona Attorney General faced off Thursday in a debate hosted by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. They covered election systems, border security and abortion rights.
Sept. 15, 2022
Border Patrol made migrants throw away backpacks, passports, birth certificates
Migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border bring backpacks, clothes, supplies, toys, money, religious items and important documents. Last year, Border Patrol agents in the Yuma sector began forcing migrants to throw their belongings in the trash.
Sept. 15, 2022
AZ legislative Democrats ask Ducey to call a special session, waive school spending limit
Legislative Democrats gathered at the Arizona Capitol on Thursday morning. They're asking Gov. Doug Ducey to call a special session to address a limit on public school spending.
Sept. 15, 2022
Camelbacks Cholla Trail to reopen after 2-year closure
After being closed for two years, Camelback Mountain’s Cholla Trail is set to reopen on Sept. 30. The Phoenix trail closed for construction and a realignment that moved the start of the trailhead from Cholla Lane to Invergordon Road.
Sept. 15, 2022
An Arizona journalist spent primary election day as a poll worker. Heres what he saw
As a longtime local political journalist, Hank Stephenson is used to hanging around polling places on election day. But this year, the co-founder of the Arizona Agenda decided to see what it’s like on the other side.
Sept. 15, 2022
A.M. Homes explores political division after 2008 election
Novelist A.M. Homes’ new book, "The Unfolding," begins at the Arizona Biltmore after Sen. John McCain’s loss to then-Sen. Barack Obama.
Sept. 15, 2022
Celebrity marijuana brands face challenges as weed customers shop for value
As marijuana becomes legal in more and more states, celebrities are putting their names on different brands of cannabis products.
Sept. 15, 2022
How people survived in Arizona before AC
Arizonans haven't always had air conditioning to beat the desert heat. The Show spoke with Chris Reid of the Pinal County Historical Society to learn how early Arizonans handled the scorching temperatures.
Sept. 15, 2022
Law banning videotaping within 8 feet of police blocked by federal judge
Restrictions on videotaping police officers will not take effect this year. That is partially because representatives were unable to find an organization willing to defend the law.
Sept. 15, 2022
Griner, Whelan families to meet Biden
President Joe Biden plans to meet at the White House on Friday with family members of WNBA star Brittney Griner and Michigan corporate security executive Paul Whelan, both of whom remain jailed in Russia, senior administration officials told the Associated Press.
Sept. 15, 2022
Concerns about Navajo primary results mount among some candidates
Several candidates who competed in the Navajo Nation’s presidential primary election last month continue to question the results. It follows a full recount last week of the nearly 50,000 votes cast.
Sept. 15, 2022
Amid calls for change in culture, a changing of the guard atop Phoenix Police Department
Turnover in leadership is underway this week at the Phoenix Police Department. Outgoing Chief Williams is helping onboard her interim replacement, Michael Sullivan.
Sept. 15, 2022
Kathy Hoffman and Tom Horne square off in Arizona superintendent debate
Incumbent Democrat Kathy Hoffman and Republican challenger Tom Horne butted heads on a number of issues, from school safety to critical race theory.
More Arizona education news
Sept. 14, 2022
Calls to review controversial ICE program renewed
A group in Congress is renewing calls to review and end 287(g) — a Department of Homeland Security program that has local law enforcement agencies partner with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Sept. 14, 2022
Report: Gaps in IT systems led to faulty migrant tracking
A government watchdog report out this month finds that Information Technology systems run by the Department of Homeland Security failed to keep track of migrants during processing at the border in 2021.
Sept. 14, 2022
House panel hears testimony on Grijalvas Great Bend of the Gila bill
A House subcommittee took up three bills to advance tribal co-management and preservation Wednesday, and one of the bills focused on a proposed Arizona conservation area.
Sept. 14, 2022
Conservationists question SRPs move to hike rates, build gas-fired turbines
Salt River Project’s governing board approved a rate increase and a couple of additional gas turbines Monday, but conservationists are questioning those moves.
Sept. 14, 2022

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