FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 10: Our series ‘Protecting the Northern Jaguar,’ the latest from Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, and shifting funds to pay for school supplies and repairs — plus the latest in business, science, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 3: Mexico and the US continue trade immigration talks, preparing for monsoon season, Arizona attorneys question the guidance of students with disabilities and graduation — plus the latest in local, Fronteras, and science news.
WEEK OF MAY 27: The legislature wraps up this week, a snippet of the loudness of Mexico City, the education budget leaves some wanting, plus the latest in science, business and local news.
For the week of May 20: Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar’s congressional office spent the most of any U.S. House member last year on “official” travel, a look at the toll booth protests in Mexico, and a Tiny Desert Concert — plus the latest in local, business, and education news.
For the week of May 13: A 2020 census question could cost Phoenix billions, Mexico’s air quality at shocking levels, and 5G wireless phones might affect the weather — plus the latest in local, business, and education news.
THIS WEEK: Our series on the Maricopa Integrated Health System, what Arizonans can do to improve education despite shortfalls, why ASU is teaching etiquette — plus the latest in Fronteras, business, and local news.
Some top stories this week: Our series on Crossing Mexico, how some school districts might be breaking the law, and a Tiny Desert Concert. Plus the latest in Fronteras, science, and business news.
Some top stories this week: The business of bookstores series from Christina Estes, looking back at #RedForEd a year later, and Mexico becomes the US’ top trade partner. Plus, the latest in science and local news.
Some top news this week: Yuma’s mayor declares a state of emergency at the border, changes to Arizona elections and the use of emergency voting centers, do our brains grasp metaphors as well as we think — plus the latest science and business news from KJZZ.
Some top stories this week: a vote of no-confidence in MCCCD; the economic impact of violence in Mexico reaches an all-time high; and NASA does a twin study. Plus, we wrap up Untold Arizona Season 2. That and all the latest in business and education news.
This week in the news: season 2 of Untold Arizona, the #MeToo movement arrives in Mexico, and the latest in local, business, and science news.
This week in the news: the latest on the Arizona opioid epidemic, a new survey about raising Arizona taxes to pay for public education, plus an installment from Women of the West, and the latest science, Fronteras, and business news.
This week: the Colorado River drought contingency plan is finally complete, Mexico’s ambassador visits the Valley, and ASU is forming an online spinoff program — plus, all the latest science and business news from KJZZ.
Some top stories this week: a self-driving grocery delivery program is leaving Scottsdale; migrants are quarantined for a mumps outbreak; and Kate Gallego wins the Phoenix mayoral runoff election. That and all the latest in science, education, and local news.
For the week of March 4, 2019: some top stories include Martha McSally’s shocking truth about her experience in the military, how medical marijuana dispensaries legally operate under federal law, and of course the latest education, Fronteras, and science news.
Some top stories this week: will body cams improve police community relations? The debate over Arizona’s medical marijuana extract law continues, and Mexico’s president has been in office for 90 days. That and all the latest, education, business, and local news.