Expert: Return to normal against 3 viruses not going to go well
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden declared the COVID-19 pandemic over. But many experts say COVID still isn’t just another seasonal respiratory virus and, even if it were, it would be hard to manage when people are struggling to get, and pay for, vaccines.
Governor Katie Hobbs says the state is terminating a lease for a Saudi-owned company that’s been farming alfalfa in Arizona. The company has been criticized for growing a water-intensive crop for export amid the Southwest’s historic drought.
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On Monday, Save Our Schools Arizona delivered a memo to the state’s legislative leadership, governor, treasurer and superintendent of public instruction. The group is demanding a plan to deal with what it calls "massive overspending" on school vouchers.
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The ruling orders Arizona to require Arizona to provide coverage for surgery as a treatment for gender dysphoria.
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Congress narrowly avoided a government shutdown over the weekend by passing a stopgap spending bill to fund the federal government through Nov. 17. Most Arizona Republicans rejected the bipartisan deal.
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The state's largest public pension fund is selling off its interest in a company that owns a 3,000-acre western Arizona farm that grows alfalfa to ship to the Middle East.
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As October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, MAG is working to raise awareness of what is often a primary cause of homelessness for women.
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The Show spoke with Chuck Coughlin, longtime Arizona political consultant and CEO of GOP consulting firm HighGround, about homelessness.
The Show spoke with Sam Tsemberis. He is a clinical community psychologist at UCLA and CEO of Pathways to Housing. He is also the creator of the Housing First model, which cities across the country, including in Arizona, have adopted, about his approach to homelessness.
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Congress averted a government shutdown Saturday evening prior to a midnight deadline to fund the federal government. The legislation to do so is temporary as it expires Nov. 17.
It’s Banned Books Week in the United States — an annual campaign conducted by the American Library Association to bring awareness about demands to censor library books and resources.
Heather Hudson, executive director at Haven Health in Prescott, shared her concerns about how federally-regulated nursing homes may soon be required to meet certain staffing mandates.
Phoenix is looking for artists to contribute ideas for its largest park.
Entrances to national parks will be blocked and thousands of park rangers will be furloughed if Congress doesn’t reach a budget agreement this weekend, the Department of Interior said Friday.
A new report from the nonprofit Zero to Three, which focuses on infants and toddlers, ranks Arizona in the bottom tier of states for the well-being of babies and policy responses to their needs. The group counts roughly 235,000 babies in Arizona in its latest yearbook of states.
A U.S. Senate committee this week advanced a bill that would let state-licensed marijuana companies use banks and not punish financial institutions for serving them. Arizona’s Kris Mayes is one of more than 20 attorneys general who’ve signed a letter urging D.C. lawmakers to pass legislation.
Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee, the top elected Republican in the state, says nothing in state law defined what an "executive deputy director" was, and there was no legal basis for Gov. Katie Hobbs' decision.
The U.S. House Oversight Committee holds its first hearing on impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden. Watch the event live.
United Nations visit will focus on excessive use of force at U.S.-Mexico border
A group of activists and community members from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border is heading to the United Nations in Geneva this month to talk about use-of-force by U.S. law enforcement.
The Show spoke with Kelley Murphy, interim president and CEO of Children’s Action Alliance, about what kinds of impacts she is expecting to see in Arizona when this federal child care money goes away.
With gridlock persisting in Washington, a government shutdown is looking more and more likely ahead of Saturday night's deadline.