Judge: Phoenix must clear The Zone by Nov. 4
It’s the latest decision in a case brought by business owners, who say crime, damage and human waste have made the area on the edge of downtown Phoenix public nuisance.
More than 15,000 people in Arizona have registered to join a new political party floating a possible bipartisan “unity ticket” against Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
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The National Park Service has faced employee morale problems in recent years, including allegations of harassment. A nonprofit says that many problems persist.
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Arizona’s governor vowed Wednesday to use an executive order to keep the Grand Canyon open if the U.S. government shuts down.
After being thwarted by Congress, President Joe Biden will use his executive authority to create a New Deal-style American Climate Corps that will serve as a major green jobs training program.
The ordinance was set to donate up to 600 unclaimed firearms to the National Police of Ukraine. However, a report from the AG's office found that move goes against state law.
The Show spoke with Tony Ortega, the former editor-in-chief of the Village Voice, about what he makes of the fact that there seems to be a lot of conversations and questions about what the Pentagon knows and what it’s telling us and lawmakers about UFOs.
Governors from the Southwestern United States are pursuing stronger business ties with Taiwan in hopes of attracting new foreign investments and jobs to their landlocked states.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly visited Poland and Ukraine this week to meet with senior U.S. military leaders and hear from Ukrainian commanders about the war effort.
The Show spoke with Eddie Celaya, cannabis writer for the Arizona Daily Star and host of the Here Weed Go podcast, about potential cannabis cafes in California.
The Show spoke with local music critic, musician and editor Jason Woodbury about country music and politics.
The Show spoke with Luke Runyon, co-director of the Water Desk at the University of Colorado's Center for Environmental Journalism, about the Colorado River and water in the West.
Union warns 50% of federal wildland firefighters will quit over pay drop
The union representing federal employees is warning that the country could lose up to half its wildland firefighters unless Congress acts ahead of a sunset to a pay raise that dries up in two weeks.
Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly continues to criticize Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville.
Many participated in a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at the Arizona State Capitol Friday. Those in attendance witnessed “El Grito,” a Mexican chant symbolizing the start of a revolution that led to Mexican independence from Spain.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little is responding to concerns over the University of Idaho’s agreement to purchase the for-profit University of Phoenix. U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Dick Durbin and Richard Blumenthal raised those concerns in a letter.
The Goldwater Institute recently filed a motion demanding Pinal County and the Arizona Department of Revenue return taxpayer money. In 2017, Goldwater successfully challenged the county and state over the legality of collecting a new transportation tax from the public.
The city proposes adding protections for those with housing choice vouchers that would make it illegal to discriminate based on someone’s source of income.
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne said Thursday he’s focused on getting more conservatives elected to school boards in 2024. Horne was speaking at a town hall hosted by controversial parental rights group Moms for Liberty.
He received DACA status at 24. 10 years later, ruling reminds him you don’t belong here
The ambitious executive immigration plan known as DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is now likely heading back to the Supreme Court. The Obama administration enacted the program in 2012, allowing hundreds of thousands of undocumented people brought to the U.S. as kids protection from deportation.
Labor officials pitch more protections for H2A visa holders
Federal labor officials are pitching new protections for guest farmworkers authorized to work in the United States with H2A visas. Arizona is on track to host more than 10,000 of those laborers in the fiscal year ending Sept. 30.