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Researchers: Extremist Groups Not Likely To Go Away In Wake Of Riot
Researchers who study extremist groups say that it’s too soon to tell which direction the groups will take in the fallout of last week’s storming of the U.S. Capitol, but they are not likely to go away.
Jan. 12, 2021
Supreme Court Fight Over Trump Border Wall Still Moving Forward
As Donald Trump heralded 450 miles of new border wall in a stop in south Texas on Tuesday, lawyers in a two-year legal battle filed new arguments in a suit to stop the wall.
Jan. 12, 2021
WATCH LIVE: House Votes On Bill Endorsing Use Of 25th Amendment Against Trump
The U.S. House of Representatives is taking up a resolution that would call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and take over President Donald Trump's duties. The effort comes as the House is also pursuing a second impeachment.
Jan. 12, 2021
Arizona Reports Record Number Of COVID-19 Deaths
Arizona broke another unfortunate record Tuesday, reporting 335 COVID-19 deaths. The state has never reported more than 300 COVID-19 deaths in a day.
Jan. 12, 2021
All Of Our COVID-19 Vaccine Questions Answered
As the numbers of new COVID-19 infections here continue to rise, so do the efforts to distribute vaccines to people throughout Maricopa County. But as economic and political leaders bank on the new vaccines to bring life back to normal — and quickly — others warn that the vaccine might not be the silver bullet.
Jan. 12, 2021
Wildish Covers Complex Treatment Of Wild Horses
The issue of wild horses and burros in the West, what to do with them and the government’s role in managing the population has been a contentious one for many years. A new podcast delves into the issue, and introduces listeners to some of the nuances in dealing with these animals.
Jan. 12, 2021
Author Reflects Upon Navajo Identity In Book Dog Flowers
Danielle Geller was three years old when her family packed up their car and drove from Florida to her mother’s home of Window Rock, Arizona, where she was registered as a member of the Navajo Nation. But she grew up far from the desert.
Jan. 12, 2021
What Vaccination Process Looked Like In Glendale
As Maricopa County has moved into Phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccination, the Arizona Cardinals’ home State Farm Stadium was put into effect as a major inoculation site. Taylor Seely of the Arizona Republic was on-site Jan. 11, and The Show spoke with her for more about what the process looked like.
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Jan. 12, 2021
How Big Tech And Automakers Coexist In Autonomous Car Production
High-tech firms like Google and Uber and longtime stalwarts of the auto industry like Ford, GM, and Honda have made it clear that wider use of autonomous cars is just around the corner. Alex Davies writes about the progress of the past two decades in the new book "Driven."
Jan. 12, 2021
Leaders Condemn Racist Attack During Goode Service
Racist hackers disrupted a virtual service celebrating the life of Phoenix’s longest-serving councilman.
Jan. 12, 2021
State Money For Outdoor Dining Could Help Restaurants Bounce Back
The Safest Outside Restaurant Program — in effect since December — is intended to help restaurants offer more comfort on their patios, including heaters and outdoor furniture. And Gov. Doug Ducey added $2 million to the program earlier this month.
Jan. 12, 2021
Superintendent Hoffman Frustrated By Governors Remarks In State Of The State
Gov. Doug Ducey’s statement on funding public schools has raised many eyebrows since his State of the State speech — and many education advocates took the words as a threat: Return to in-person learning or lose funding.
Jan. 12, 2021
Paradise Valley Mall To Lose Another Department Store
Another Phoenix mall is about to lose a major department store. Macy’s will soon close its store at Cactus Road and Tatum Boulevard. The Paradise Valley Mall location is among 36 Macy’s stores scheduled to close this year. Last year, Macy’s closed a store in Tucson.
Jan. 12, 2021
Despite Pandemic, Avondale Schools Make After-School Support Programs Work
Two Avondale schools are making their after-school support programs work, despite the pandemic.
Jan. 12, 2021
Arizona Senate Approves Temporary COVID-19 Rules
Temporary Arizona Senate COVID-19 measures like requiring a mask on the Senate floor and remote voting have been approved despite some Republican attempts to eliminate them. Republican Senate President Karen Fann approves of the temporary rules and says they are in place to keep people safe.
Jan. 12, 2021
ASU Starting Spring Semester With Encouraging Enrollment Numbers
Approximately, 122,000 ASU students are enrolled for the spring semester, an increase of more than 7% over last January. Some of the biggest jumps were among its master’s degree students and ASU Online students.
Jan. 12, 2021
AIA Votes To Reinstate High School Winter Sports
Winter sports for Arizona high school athletes are back on after the Arizona Interscholastic Association board voted Tuesday to overturn its decision days ago to cancel them.
Jan. 12, 2021
Gov. Ducey Defends COVID-19 Response In 7th State Of The State
Gov. Doug Ducey used his annual State of the State address to laud his administration’s COVID-19 policies and spread a hopeful message now that vaccines are being distributed in Arizona.
WATCH: Ducey Delivers State Of The State
Jan. 11, 2021
AZ Man Enters Plea In U.S. Capitol Protest Case
An Arizona man has made his initial court appearance in Phoenix for his role in last week’s Capitol protests. Jacob Anthony Chansley, also known as Jake Angeli, will be tried in Washington, D.C., for his role in the disturbance.
Jan. 11, 2021
2 Weeks Of ‘Code Red’ Start In Hermosillo, Other Sonoran Cities
Stricter pandemic control measures are starting in several major Sonoran cities. Checkpoints and other actions will be in place for at least two weeks.
Jan. 11, 2021

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