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Study Shows AZ Justice System Needs To Work Smarter
A new study on Arizona's criminal justice system has exposed a weakness in its "tough on crime" policies.
May 30, 2019
Felony Trial Of Humanitarian Aid Worker On Border Begins
Scott Warren doesn’t dispute he gave two undocumented men food and shelter for three days and then showed them the safest way to make their way farther north. His lawyer told the jury the ASU educator and outdoorsman did it so they wouldn’t die.
May 30, 2019
AZ Red Cross Heads To Disaster Torn Midwest
Volunteers with the Arizona Red Cross headed to the Midwest and the South to help victims of the recent flooding and tornadoes.
May 30, 2019
U.S. Officials Delay Oil Leases Near Sacred Tribal Land
U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt has agreed to put off oil and gas leasing for a year on land that Native Americans consider sacred surrounding Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwestern New Mexico.
May 30, 2019
Loud Mexico City: Exploring The Vibrating Arts Of Sounds
In sound-filled Mexico City, many artists and institutions work to preserve or contribute to its rich soundscape. They are building projects and public spaces specially designed to listen, learn and enjoy. In part two of the series, Rodrigo Cervantes reports.
Chapter 1: The Loudest Street
May 30, 2019
Feds Seek Bids For More DNA Testing Of Migrants At Border
Federal authorities want companies to bid for a new contract to do more rapid DNA testing of migrants claiming to be families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
May 29, 2019
AG To Settle Million-Dollar Fraud Suit Vs. Game Vendor
Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich has reached a million-dollar consumer fraud settlement with the distributor of popular arcade-like game vendor.
May 29, 2019
Navajo To Open First Cancer Center In Indian Country
The Navajo Nation will house the first cancer center in Indian Country, in Tuba City. Navajos with cancer often must travel more than a hundred miles to visit an oncologist.
May 29, 2019
New Laws: Nunchucks, Texting And More
If you plan to make a new kung fu movie, you’re in luck! It’s now legal to possess nunchucks in Arizona. Also, if you’re on the go, make sure to not text and drive.
May 29, 2019
Research Investigates Long-Term Effects Of Gun Violence
Within the span of two weeks this March, three people who had earlier been affected by gun violence died by suicide.
May 29, 2019
Study: Improving Air Quality Reduces New Asthma Cases
Air pollution is part of the daily life of people living in Los Angeles, and here in the Phoenix metro area, we’re commonly hit with high pollution advisories that encourage us to stay inside to avoid aggravating health conditions including — but not limited to — asthma.
May 29, 2019
AZ
As lawmakers finalized the state budget late into the night over the holiday weekend, there were — once again — teachers wearing red watching from the gallery. But, instead of thousands, there were dozens — no marching band, no chants or megaphones.
May 29, 2019
Mueller Makes Statement On His Trump Investigation
Special prosecutor Robert Mueller made his first public statements Wednesday morning about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
May 29, 2019
Journey To Find Arizona
What is Arizona cuisine? That’s the question Phoenix New Times food critic Chris Malloy is attempting to answer in his year-long series “Sonoran Arcana,” and he brings The Show along with him on the journey each month. And now, it’s time to get spicy. The Show joined Malloy as he visits chef Rene Andrade's Ghost Ranch in Tempe.
May 29, 2019
Lawmakers Allocate $1M For Caregiver Grant Program
Caregivers spend about $7,000 a year of their own money to keep their loved on at home. AARP Arizona has been trying to find ways to off-set those costs… and they were able to finally get it done.
May 29, 2019
Many Kids At Risk Of Going Hungry When School
One in four Arizona kids is at risk of going hungry. St. Mary's Food Bank hopes to feed as many kids during the summer months when school is out.
May 29, 2019
Court Upholds Seafood Ban To Protect Endangered Porpoise
A U.S. federal appeals court is upholding a ban on Mexican fish and shrimp caught with gillnets in the uppermost part of Mexico’s Sea of Cortez. The ban was implemented last July by the U.S. Court of International Trade to protect a small, endangered porpoise.
May 29, 2019
Interior Secretary, Tribes Meet Amid Drilling Fight
U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt met with leaders of the Navajo Nation and Pueblo tribes at Chaco Canyon National Historical Park on Tuesday, saying the remote, ancient site that's been central to a yearslong dispute over oil and gas development had "blown him away."
May 29, 2019
WATCH: Robert Mueller Statement
Special counsel Robert Mueller is making a statement about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Watch his remarks at the Justice Department live.
May 29, 2019
Loud Mexico City: Exploring The Sounds And Noise
Mexico’s capital is full of sounds that could be as rich and melodious as rowdy and overwhelming. After all, it’s the most populous city in North America — and quite likely the loudest. In a special three-part series, we look at how people there love, hate and contribute to the sounds of their city.
May 29, 2019

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