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Arizona Horizon Feb. 15, 2016

This edition of Arizona Horizon focuses on the update on the valley's commercial real estate conditions.


Arizonans weigh in on picking Supreme Court successor to Scalia

WASHINGTON - Washington officials may be arguing over what will follow the sudden weekend death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, but to Phoenix resident David Plummer the answer is obvious - the president should nominate a replacement, and quickly.



McSally raises $3.2 million, but analysts still expect a tight race

WASHINGTON - Rep. Martha McSally's aggressive fundraising gives her an edge over her competitors in the 2nd District House race, say experts, but they caution that the district will likely still be competitive come November.


Advocates want simulators, not live animals, to train military medics

WASHINGTON - Caesar lies on the table, motionless, as medics begin to address a gaping wound. Motionless because, well, Caesar's a dummy.


FYI: Valentine’s Day spending projected to increase exponentially this year

Editor's note: This project is part of our ongoing FYI series, which examines topics and issues by using data analysis.


Arizona Horizon Feb.10 2016

This edition of Arizona Horizon focuses on former NATO ambassador Kurt Volker, and his discussion about the latest provocations coming from North Korea.



Arizona Horizon: Feb. 8, 2016

This edition of Arizona Horizon focuses on a new study that looks at the "Ferguson effect" on crime rates and police work, and a local couple that is trying to find new ways to fight kidney disease.



Report: Phoenix renters pay more for car insurance than homeowners

WASHINGTON - Renters in Phoenix could pay $77 more on average than homeowners for identical car insurance, a practice that "unfairly discriminates against lower-income drivers," a consumer group said Monday.


National parks need $11.9 billion in maintenance, $580 million in state

WASHINGTON - Arizona parks and monuments had more than $580 million in deferred maintenance at the end of fiscal 2015, part of a national backlog totaling $11.9 billion, according to a new National Park Service report.