As many as 20 parking meters will be installed at four downtown intersections but not a single one will provide parking. Later this month, Phoenix plans to launch a pilot program to help people experiencing homelessness.
Despite a significant tariff in place, Mexican tomato imports have not yet declined as some feared. For now two months in a row, Mexican tomato import weights have increased year-over-year through Nogales since a nearly 18% tariff was imposed in early May.
Arizona’s former head of public schools, Diane Douglas, has accused her successor, Kathy Hoffman, and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs of promoting pedophilia. “I was appalled,” Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman said. “I found the comments to be abhorrent and deeply offensive. … It’s incredibly damaging to the LGBTQ community and anyone who is a victim of sexual abuse.”
The "Love Your Neighborhood" program targeted homes near Main Street and Country Club Drive based on data about vacancies, blight and crime. “Helping those of low income in getting their places to look really nice kind of spurred those people that could afford it, but just didn’t have the motivation to do so."
The state's largest electric utility is telling its regulators that two more customers died after their power was disconnected for not paying their bills. Arizona Public Service told the state Corporation Commission Wednesday that it settled lawsuits stemming from deaths last July and in 2011.
A judge has ordered a contractor with ties to a polygamous group on the Utah-Arizona border to pay more than $1 million in back wages to children who prosecutors say were forced to pick pecans from 2008-2013.
It appears the "third time's a charm" for the city of Flagstaff in its quest to hire a new city manager. Out of more than 50 candidates and three rounds of searches, Flagstaff has offered the role to Greg Clifton.
For many, the philosophy of resistance took hold prior to the American Revolution and should still be a significant part of our culture today. One of those is Jeff Biggers, author of the new book "Resistance: Reclaiming an American Tradition," who joined The Show to talk about his work.
Matthew O. Jackson didn’t want his book, “The Human Network: How Your Social Position Determines Your Power, Beliefs and Behaviors,” to be confused with “The Social Network” or Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. In fact, his work focuses on a much broader idea than social media.
Dee Brown’s 1970 book "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" remains today the best-selling book about Native American life and history ever published. But, writer and scholar David Treuer knows that Native American life did not, in fact, end at Wounded Knee.
Revisit an all Native rock group who are redefining what it means to be Navajo. They are shaking down their assimilated ways in their songs and holding on to key Navajo beliefs in their activism. KJZZ’s Fronteras Desk Reporter, Laurel Morales went to Albuquerque for this story.