April 21, 2017: Social Refresh
In this week’s top Cronkite News broadcast coverage, Adriana de Alba reports on a Tempe company that wants to make the Border Wall more sustainable.
Nicole Gutierrez attended the “New Voices” forum, which brought together representatives and their constituents to discuss how they can better involve themselves in the community, specifically the Hispanic community.
Kanak Jha reports on why rose growing is a lucrative business despite Arizona’s heat.
The expansion of the Empowerment Scholarship Account school voucher program in Arizona, which would allow students to use taxpayer dollars to pay private-school tuition or for other educational expenses, has many different impacts. Mckenna Delgarno covers how this may affect two families, and Joe Constantin reports on the potential pros and cons for schools and students in Arizona.
Watch the full video for more of Cronkite News top broadcast stories of the week.