Highlights of Waymo’s announcement to begin self-driving vehicle service in Arizona this year; the debate over a citizenship question on the U.S. 2020 census; the 15th annual Arizona Dragon Boat Festival and more.
Reports on how Phoenix area students prepare to rally for stricter gun control; Planned Parenthood expresses concern about an Arizona abortion bill; a Tucson petting zoo that helps endangered species and more.
Coverage on a show of support for five students who died by suicide at Queen Creek High School, the now meaningless DACA deadline that has dreamers worried about being left in limbo and a way to save bats in Tucson.
Coverage on teen protests of the deadly Florida school shooting; an update on the shooting that targeted Congress members at a D.C. baseball field; a look at what a uranium mine might do to the water at Havasupai and more.
Reports on a program to cull the bison herds near the Grand Canyon, how local religious communities are responding after the Texas church mass shooting, and honoring the late Pat Tillman, soldier and football player.
Top social stories of the week include environmental groups calling for Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to take action on climate change, an investigation into migrant bodies found in southern Arizona and new TSA screening procedures.
Our top social stories of the week include Senator Jeff Flake’s announcement that he won’t seek re-election, the future plans for Phoenix’s Park Central Mall and a rally for Arizona teachers who say they’re getting paid “peanuts.”
Cronkite News highlights President Trup’s declaration on the opioid crisis, Senator John McCain’s transition from fighter pilot to government leader, and how the Phoenix Suns are reaching out to the Latino community.
Cronkite News highlights the controversy over a DACA replacement proposal, how the Phoenix Suns are helping to aid human trafficking survivors, and how one Scottsdale boutique is catering to breast cancer patients.
The top stories from Cronkite News this week include how Millennials are coping with the Las Vegas shooting, the future of solar energy in rural Arizona and a special learning environment for those living with Down syndrome.
Cronkite News reports on a new bill introduced that could give young immigrants a path to citizenship, a sports tournament in honor of fallen soldier Lori Piestewa and how to prepare your home for monsoon season.
Cronkite News reports on congressional pork projects, an organization hoping to provide affordable swimming lessons to children across the country and how LeBron James’ $3 million donation is helping Boys & Girls Clubs.
Cronkite News reporters on the Money beat cover Arizona’s economy, industry, trade and entrepreneurs — offering stories ranging from the impact of minimum wage hikes to the growth of acupuncture, medical training and even hemp farming business opportunities.