Arizona Elections

New Mexico’s Attorney General Hector Balderas wants a state law mandating specific training for law enforcement officers, a decision that arrived following two separate incidents involving special needs students.
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Tonight, a dozen Democratic presidential candidates will stand on stage near Columbus, Ohio in an attempt to attract support for their campaigns.
Oct. 15, 2019
As border wall construction commenced in areas of southern Arizona, environmental groups have been keeping a close watch. Even though it was informal, that included what Kevin Dahl saw and shot in a video: the bulldozing of healthy Saguaro cacti.
Oct. 15, 2019
The Navajo Generating Station is shutting down, creating a ripple effect across the region, from the families left searching for jobs to the Grand Canyon where its absence may mean improvements to air quality. Utility reporter Ryan Randazzo has been covering the generating station and what will be left in its wake.
Oct. 15, 2019
Arizona lawmakers plan to spend at least $125,000 to learn why parents say they are being forced to wait to use state-funded vouchers on private and parochial schools. Parents' complaints of long waits and unanswered phone calls have prompted the formal audit.
Oct. 15, 2019
The situation in Northern Syria continues to evolve quickly, as Syrian forces have arrived in the region in an effort to hold off an offensive from neighboring Turkey. For more on that and other international stories coming up this week, The Show was joined by BBC’s Rob Hugh-Jones.
Oct. 14, 2019
The phrase “Make America Great Again” isn’t one that’s accompanied by much neutrality. For Jonathan Koppell, it opened up an opportunity for discussion, to figure out what Americans actually agree and disagree about. It’s part of his op-ed series "American Greatness­."
Oct. 14, 2019
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres was spotted sitting next to — and talking with — former President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys game earlier this month.
Oct. 14, 2019
The acting head of the Bureau of Land Management, recently reappointed, has been a controversial choice to lead the agency.
Oct. 14, 2019
State economists are out with a rosy forecast for Arizona in the next fiscal year, projecting nearly $700 million as lawmakers prepare to bargain over a budget in the fast approaching 2020 legislative session.
Oct. 14, 2019
Attackers shot up a car Thursday night belonging to the mayor of an important Sonora port city near the popular beach resort town San Carlos. Guaymas Mayor Sara Valle was alone at her house guarded by two police officers when unidentified attackers shot her car parked on the street outside at least 40 times.
Oct. 14, 2019
Twelve candidates took the stage Tuesday for October's Democratic primary debate. Read context and analysis from NPR reporters.
Oct. 15, 2019
To talk about the latest impeachment opinions, Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen’s legal challenges and more, Marcus Dell’Artino, partner at First Strategic, and Chad Campbell, former legislative leader of Strategies 360, joined The Show.
Oct. 11, 2019
A proposed change to the country’s food stamp program could impact 11% of the Arizona households that use it. That’s according to a new analysis from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the policy research firm Mathematica.
Oct. 11, 2019
Gone are the days of just one health insurance provider in Maricopa County as companies expand their options under the Affordable Care Act for 2020.
Oct. 11, 2019
The Trump administration has consistently tried to implement — and, in some cases, strengthen — immigration and border policies. Some have been blocked by the courts, while others have gone into effect despite opposition. Rafael Carranza of the Arizona Republic has written about the policy and joined The Show to talk about its effects.
Oct. 11, 2019
Members of Phoenix’s LGBTQ community gathered to watch a historic presidential town hall event Thursday night. Nine Democratic candidates answered questions from a live audience while viewers around the country attended watch parties like the one at Kobalt on Central Avenue in Phoenix.
Oct. 11, 2019
Political polarization in the U.S. seems to be growing, and it’s only expected to become more intense as the 2020 election season gets closer. Robert Putnam, Public Policy Professor at Harvard, argues that looking to our history is vital—especially when it comes to turning our “I” focused society into one that’s more into the collective “we.”
Oct. 10, 2019
Now it's time to continue a series of conversations with community leaders on important topics of the moment. Today’s conversation is about criminal justice reform. For that, The Show brings you these Points of View.
Oct. 10, 2019
On Thursday, the Tucson City Council will hold a study session on a proposed ordinance to raise the age to purchase nicotine-related products to 21. It’s an effort to curb e-cigarette use among teenagers. Todd Jaeger, superintendent of Tucson’s Amphitheater School District, wants action on the issue.
Oct. 10, 2019
Ballots were mailed to more than 1.8 million Maricopa County voters, who'll have a say on bonds and overrides in local elections. Unlike traditional primary and general elections, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes announced that the upcoming local elections are being held entirely by mail.
Oct. 9, 2019

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