This edition is the debut of Cronkite News Refresh, a 30-minute, social media-driven newscast.
This edition of Cronkite News goes in-depth on prescription drug and opiate abuse, and how an Arizona veteran is headed to Capitol Hill to protest the Iran nuclear deal.
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.
This episode of Cronkite News focuses on birthright citizenship, marijuana legalization in Arizona and progress on the football stadium renovations at Arizona State.
Cronkite News will return at 5 p.m. on Sept. 8 on Arizona PBS. This final episode of Cronkite News from the spring semester focuses on our Access Across Arizona specials.
In this episode of Cronkite News, a proposed uranium mine near the Grand Canyon has stirred controversy, and Tucson is dealing with mail delivery issues.
This episode of Cronkite News focuses on birthright citizenship being discussed in the House Judiciary Committee, and how expanding a port of entry into Mexico will impact an Arizona town.
This episode of Cronkite news focuses on the same-sex marriage debate in the Supreme Court, and how some Arizonans are paying high fees to call family members in prison.
This episode of Cronkite News focuses on the upcoming Supreme Court same-sex marriage case and how it impacts Arizona, and how the state's renewable energy requirements aren't being met.
This episode of Cronkite News explores how communities are working to regrow forests after devastating wildfires.
This episode of Cronkite News focuses on protests against the immigration reform bill, and how retail development near the Grand Canyon could harm the Colorado River.
This episode of Cronkite News looks at Earth Day celebrations and how virtual reality is being used in Arizona classrooms.