The Cronkite News team reports on legislation about housing for homeless children, religious groups providing coverage for birth control and the Senate gridlock surrounding Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
The Cronkite News team investigates health, community and livelihood stories. A few of the topics in this newscast include Arizona Zika virus reports, yoga for football players, youth obesity solutions and summer hiking tips.
The Cronkite News team reports on legal issues from across Arizona, including efforts to fund housing for homeless veterans, an end to dog racing in the state and expanding internet access for low-income students.
Educators across Arizona are confronting familiar challenges in funding and teacher retention. The Cronkite News education team reports on creative ways to address those challenges, including how to support veterans, improve literacy and use new technology to create multi-sensory experiences.
The Cronkite News team reports on Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s memorial service in Washington, how organizations are dealing with cyber security, and a group of Arizona veterans who made an emotional trip to Arlington National Cemetery.
The Cronkite News team reports on immigration and borderlands issues from across Arizona, including how biometric data is helping to track people coming in and out of the country, how a soccer club is bringing refugees together and how Latino issues are affecting this year’s election.
Watch the Cronkite News Investigative Team reporting on overdoses of prescription drugs, sex trafficking in Arizona, how the state handles refugees, a threat to the livestock industry and a controversial herbal supplement.
Cronkite News reports on issues relating to sustainability and the environment. Watch how elementary students are using McDonald’s coffee grounds to support a community garden, how organizers of the Waste Management Phoenix Open save water and how to succeed in competitive tree climbing.
Watch our top stories on education in Arizona, the problems schools face and how teachers are rising to the challenge. Stories include school choice, cursive in the curriculum and First Lady Michelle Obama’s praise of Flagstaff High School. (Arizona PBS air date: May 9, 2016)
This edition of Cronkite News focuses on Arizona’s state budget and tribal leaders calling on President Obama to take action after a bill to protect land surrounding the Grand Canyon stalled in Congress.
This edition of Cronkite News looks at the possible impact of the Wisconsin primary on the presidential election, and how local officials reacted to Donald Trump plan to have Mexico pay for a border wall.
In this edition of Cronkite News, Native Americans express why they’re voting for Bernie Sanders, President Obama prepares for the first trip to Cuba by a sitting president in 90 years, and Honor Flight Arizona sends World War II veterans to tour the nation’s capitol and reflect on their service.
This edition of Cronkite News covers President Obama’s Supreme Court nomination of Merrick Garland, Donate Life Day at the Arizona Capitol, the stories of disabled workers at AguaSac, news about toxic effects from 3-D printers, and more.
This edition of Cronkite News focuses on a White House announcement that it will include an additional $1.1 billion in its fiscal 2017 budget request to help states battle prescription opioid abuse and heroin use.
This edition of Cronkite News focuses on how Desert Vista High School is dealing with a racist photo of students that’s gone viral, and an outbreak of pneumonia among big horn sheep in the high country.
Editor’s note: Cronkite News is continuing to run special presentations through Jan. 22. These archives will be updated when fresh programs start on Jan. 25. This latest edition of Cronkite News is a special presentation featuring the top stories from our Los Angeles and Phoenix sports bureaus, with a focus on how sustainability has impacted.
This edition of Cronkite News focuses on a new report showing job growth in Arizona, “bad apple” gun dealers, and how the town of Tombstone is fighting to remain relevant to tourists as interest in the Old West fades.
This edition of Cronkite News focuses on Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake’s new report attacking the Pentagon practice of paying professional sports teams and leagues such as the NFL, MLB and NHL to honor American soldiers at sporting events.
This edition of Cronkite News focuses on news out of our Washington, D.C. bureau: Outgoing Speaker John Boehner promising to “clean the barn” for Paul Ryan, by pushing through bills this week on the budget, among others.
Today’s episode of Cronkite News focuses on the shootings on the Interstate 10 freeway in Phoenix, congressman Trent Franks’ speech at the Capitol on Planned Parenthood funding, and how a surfboard company is stretching the limits on sustainability.
In this episode of Cronkite News, a group aims to put marijuana legalization on the state ballot, Phoenicians speak out against flight path changes at Sky Harbor and a Gilbert fish spa appeals its case to the Supreme Court.