In a tense moment for free speech, heres how Arizonas college campuses rank
The Show spoke with Alex Morey, director of campus rights advocacy for the Foundation for Individual Rights, about how universities need to be bastions of free speech.
The Phoenix city council approved a multimillion dollar settlement with a man who claims he was injured by police in January 2020 after officers wrongly identified him as a crime suspect. The payout comes as a large police union is publicly urging the mayor to reject an expected demand for reform by the U.S. Justice Department.
Ten people were indicted by a grand jury on felony charges including patient brokering following a sober-living homes sting operation, the Attorney General’s office announced on Wednesday.
The GOSAFE Act, co-sponsored by Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly, would establish a list of prohibited firearms and limit the capacity of detachable magazines to 10 rounds, as well as prohibit the manufacture and assembly of "ghost guns."
The Ethics Committee at the Arizona House of Representatives will hold a hearing later this month to investigate an ethics complaint filed against West Valley lawmaker Leezah Sun.
The Show spoke with Hector Vazquez, the general manager of Las Palomas Resort in Rocky Point, about how the closure of the Lukeville Port of Entry and how it is affecting his business.
Debate continues over tying military aid to border asylum restrictions
Lawmakers in Congress are still mulling over a deal that could tie President Joe Biden's foreign military aid package requests to a bill that would restrict asylum processing at the border.
Massive backlog is keeping young migrants on special visa in legal limbo, report says
There’s a growing backlog of young immigrants on a special protective status who are trying to get residency in the U.S. That backlog is detailed in a new report by the legal aid group National Immigration Project.
Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs’ Education Retention Task Force released its final recommendations for keeping qualified teachers in Arizona on Tuesday. The No. 1 suggestion was to pay them more money, but the funding source remains unclear.
While speaking to the press Monday morning, Gov. Katie Hobbs criticized a legislative committee charged with providing oversight and accountability to the state’s expanded school voucher program.
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor will lie in repose for the public to pay their respects on Monday, Dec. 18, in the Great Hall of the U.S. Supreme Court, the court announced on Tuesday.
The Show spoke with Ray Stern of the Arizona Republic about Devin Del Palacio's resignation from the Arizona School Board's Association.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville announced on Tuesday that he's ending his blockade of hundreds of military promotions, following heavy criticism from many of his colleagues in the Senate and clearing the way for hundreds to be approved.
An Arizona company signed a letter of intent on Monday with Ukraine’s Ministry of Strategic Industries to produce 3D-printed bunkers for Ukraine’s war effort.
The Colorado River’s biggest user will conserve some water in exchange for federal dollars
The Imperial Irrigation District in California announced it will conserve 100,000 acre-feet of water in 2024, less than its initial water conservation goals.
Republicans are running a bill in Texas, which — depending on who you ask — is similar to Arizona’s controversial SB 1070 anti-immigration law.
Gov. Katie Hobbs said she doesn’t plan to send National Guard troops to Arizona’s southern border after Customs and Border Protection closed the port of entry in Lukeville in response to a migrant surge.
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Money from the Inflation Reduction Act approved earlier this year sets aside more than $1 billion for programs aimed at conserving Colorado River water. But, new reporting from Politico finds that may make it more difficult to negotiate deals to save water down the road.
With an increase of migrants hoping to gain entry to the United States at the border with Mexico, lawmakers who represent Arizona at the federal level are looking for ways to handle the situation.
An Arizona conservation group called the Sky Island Alliance wanted to see how the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border affects animal migration. So it set up wildlife cameras to track animals as they moved from one side to the other.
AZ leaders push back on Lukeville Port of Entry closure
Arizona’s top politicians are requesting the federal government’s help to keep U.S. ports of entry open on the state’s border with Mexico. United States Customs and Border Protection announced Friday that the Lukeville Port of Entry — which Arizonans pass through to get to Puerto Peñasco — is closing indefinitely on Monday.
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