This week saw Republicans call for the resignation of the state Republican Party chair, Kelli Ward, following disappointing midterm results. And a number of high-profile elections saw their conclusions this week, but there are still races that have not yet been called.
Earlier this month, the Tempe City Council agreed to consider a public vote for a proposed Arizona Coyotes hockey arena and entertainment district. Now, residents have the opportunity to see details of the proposal.
Film buffs in the Valley have an opportunity to explore cinema from a small Eastern European country both in a theater this weekend and online. The second-annual Arizona Romanian Film Festival is now showing in Tempe.
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Coconino County in northern Arizona has a long history as a destination for Arizonans wanting to play in the snow which has led to problems on area roads. The county Board of Supervisors voted this week to make penalties tougher.
When and how ancient humans reached the Americas remains one of the most contentious topics in prehistory. Last year, a study of preserved footprints in New Mexico’s White Sands area pushed the date back to between 21,000 and 23,000 years ago. New research is challenging that.
The Arizona Department of Health Services this week reported more than 1,300 cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. That’s 20 times higher than what’s expected for this time of year. Flu cases are about 10 times higher than the five-season average.
After clearing a crucial procedural vote Wednesday, the Respect for Marriage Act is closer to final passage in the U.S. Senate. The bipartisan bill would protect federal marriage rights for same-sex and interracial couples.
A proposed copper mine 70 miles east of Phoenix is facing another legal setback. The Arizona Court of Appeals has sided with the San Carlos Apache Tribe in its latest bid to keep Resolution Copper from moving forward.
Republicans had disappointing midterm results around the country, but here in Arizona, they've managed to retain control of the Legislature, but by thin margins. The Arizona Republic’s Ray Stern is covering it all. The Show spoke with him to learn what to expect.
The U.S. Supreme Court earlier this month heard arguments in a case challenging the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act. And Robert Miller says how they rule could have major impacts on Native law beyond the act itself.
Since the pandemic, investors have been snapping up single family homes to rent out at higher rates. But now it might be investors who are feeling the brunt of the market decline as it’s balancing out.
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Arizona voters who overwhelmingly cast their ballots by mail have rejected a measure that would have required them to add more information to the simple signature and date they now put on the back of the return envelope.