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Governor Doug Ducey recently vetoed a bill that would have bared prosecutors from designating those who have never committed a crime as repeat offenders.
In post-World War II, Paul Sabine is restoring Paris as the fashion capital of the world. His dresses are a sensation, but his shady past and an inconvenient corpse block his way to success. Dressing up was never so dazzling — or dangerous.
The next census could include a question about citizenship and that might have big implications for states like Arizona.
June 18, 2019
State lawmakers recently enacted a new law that aims at preventing the exploitation of senior citizens and other vulnerable investors.
June 17, 2019
Journey Home is a program created by ASU Gammage that enables incarcerated women to gain trust and self-confidence through the use of the arts, storytelling, and dance.
June 18, 2019
Pedestrian deaths are at a 28-year high across the United States. According to a study from the Governors Highway Safety Association, 6,227 pedestrians were killed during traffic-related incidents in 2018.
Opportunities for advanced journalism students to work on national stories are increasing as PBS NewsHour opens a West Coast bureau at the Cronkite School in fall 2019.
This summer, Arizona PBS is featuring a celestial programming spectacle sure to excite any space enthusiast in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Join Mark Tarbell as he takes you inside some of the most interesting places to eat every Thursday night at 7 p.m.