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President Trump went on a prolonged attack against the media in his speech in Phoenix, lashing out at media for condemning his remarks in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville and calling the media bad and dishonest people. Phil Boas, edi
Preparations for any presidential visit can take a lot of city resources and manpower, but President Trump's rally at the Phoenix Convention Center will likely require extra preparation considering the recent violence in Charlottesville and the
Three local journalists will give their insight into the week's big stories. and and and and and
Can a motorcycle also be a piece of art? We'll meet a motorcycle builder who designs bikes and for him it's more than just a hobby,it's a passion. and A new investigative report found that as many as 63-million people, nearly a fifth of the co
Three local journalists will give their insight into the week's big stories.
Phoenix native Chester Bennington of the rock group Linkin Park recently took his own life. His death followed the suicide of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell. Arizona State University Foundation professor of psychology Suniya Luthar will tal
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is warning that the bond market has a bubble and it may burst. Arizona State University economics professor Dennis Hoffman, Director of the L. William Seidman Research Institute at the W. P. Carey
Freelance reporter Sean Holstege has written a two-part series on unsolved murders in Phoenix and how cases go cold. We'll hear from Holstege about his stories written for the Phoenix New Times. and After more than a decade as the executive dir
A lawyer representing the Diamondbacks in a lawsuit over who should pay for repairs and renovations at Chase Field says Major League Baseball is so worried about the stadium that it may require the team to leave Phoenix. A spokesman for the lea
President Trump has released a new immigration plan that would be merit-based. It would require those coming to the country to speak English and be able to support themselves and their families. The plan would also slash legal immigration. Hear
The Arizona State Transportation Board is planning a system to help prevent wrong-way drivers and will put the project out to bid. The decision follows its approval of a 3.7 million dollar plan to construct a thermal-detection system for a 15-m
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake will talk about his new book, "Conscience of a Conservative and other relevant issues in Washington D.C. and Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was found guilty of criminal contempt of court. We'll hear from fo
Tourists spent a record $21.2 Billion in Arizona last year. Most international tourists visiting Arizona still come from Mexico, although there was a drop in visitors from that country. We'll hear from Scott Dunn, Arizona Office of Tourism dire
Get an update on the latest science news with the witty analysis of Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss. and Ottawa University Arizona is opening a new campus in Surprise this fall. The campus will open with 350 students with a g
Many people in the Phoenix area may never have heard of Jack Debolske, the former head of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns and the Maricopa Association of Governments. Behind the scenes, Debolske, who passed away this month, helped shape
Three local journalists will give their insight into the week's big stories.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Joseph Zabramski will join us to discuss details on Senator John McCain's recent diagnosis. and Real Estate company CBRE released a report ranking the top US and Canadian cities for tech talent. Bryce Terveen, senior Vice Pres
Senator Jeff Flake, is considered one of the most vulnerable Republicans facing reelection in 2018. Kelli Ward has announced she will run against him and President Trump is also hunting for more loyal Republicans, to run against the Senator. Ch
The Trump administration promised early on to renegotiate NAFTA. After months of public comment, public meetings and sessions with stake holders we now know what they hope a new NAFTA will look like. James Ahlers, General Counsel and Vice Presi
A program that gives certain young illegal immigrants temporary protection from deportation may be in severe trouble. and A new survey conducted in Arizona shows 1.4 million Arizonans are experiencing acute headaches. and We take you to the Pho
Has the economy experienced a "Trump Bump? Arizona State University economist Lee McPheters will talk about what impact Donald Trump's presidency has had on the economy. and Three local journalists will give their insight into the week's big st
We'll show you conservation efforts going at the Phoenix Zoo, including efforts to help repopulate a native species and State lawmakers passed a law that will make it harder to get citizen-led initiatives on the ballot. The law requiring strict
Has the economy experienced a "Trump Bump? Arizona State University economist Lee McPheters will talk about what impact Donald Trump's presidency has had on the economy. and Three local journalists will give their insight into the week's big st
Travel writer Roger Naylor has a new book,"The Amazing Kolb Brothers of Grand Canyon," which tells the story of Ellsworth and Emery Kolb's 80 years of photographing the Grand Canyon. We'll hear from Naylor about his new book. and Three people w
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