For the first time, Phoenix’s Street Transportation Department presented a data driven process to choose intersections for red light cameras. But city council members remain split on the future of photo enforcement.
Community Members Protest Deactivation Of Phoenix Red Light Cameras
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9th Circuit Courts Power To Enforce AZ Prison Health Settlement
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against the Arizona Department of Corrections, allowing a $1.4 million fine for poor health care in state prisons to stand. The court handed down a unanimous opinion Wednesday rejecting the Department of Corrections’ appeals of several district court orders in the Parsons vs. Ryan prison health care case. The court handed down a unanimous opinion Wednesday.
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¡Americano!: Musical Based On True Story Of DACA Recipient Premieres
On Wednesday night, an original musical premieres at the Phoenix Theatre. "¡Americano!" is the true story of Antonio Valdovinos de la Mora, an undocumented immigrant who became a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The Show got a behind-the-scenes look at the production.
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The Ongoing Debate Over Homeless Encampments In Cities
That 9th U.S. Circuit ruling that said cities cannot criminalize homelessness is enforceable throughout the entire judicial district, including in Arizona. So, how is law enforcement here approaching people who are living on the streets in light of it? And what else is needed to fix the problem?
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Digital Citadels Of Confirming Information: Scott Pelley
The relationship between public officials and the press has taken a few hits recently. That relationship is something Scott Pelley has been thinking a lot about. The "60 Minutes" correspondent and former anchor of the CBS Evening News has a new book called "Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter’s Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times."
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Journalist Explores Challenges Of Criminal Justice Reform
Mass incarceration continues to be a public policy and cultural concern in the U.S., as the nation has the highest rate of incarceration in the world. New York Times Magazine journalist Emily Bazelon has written about the challenges in her book "Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration."
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Coronavirus: Americans Evacuated From Wuhan Will Remain At U.S. Air Base For 3 Days
"These people are not under federal quarantine orders," Dr. Chris Braden of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
A $41,212 Surgery Bill Compounded A Patient's Appendicitis Pain
A young man averted disaster after a friend took him to the nearest hospital just before his appendix burst. But more than a year later, he's still facing a huge bill for his out-of-network surgery.
Migrants In Mexico Face Crackdown, But Officials Say They're Being 'Rescued'
Much of Mexico's official language regarding migration remains euphemistic, critics say, even as migration policies have grown harsher. More than 2,000 Central Americans have been deported this month.
Face Masks: What Doctors Say About Their Role In Containing Coronavirus
Can a mask really keep you from catching the virus? To answer that, it helps to clarify which kinds of masks we're talking about.
WATCH LIVE: Impeachment Trial Moves To Question Phase, While Witness Vote Looms
Senators began asking questions of both prosecutors and defense lawyers. Meanwhile, the NSC told John Bolton that his book had classified material that would need to be "excised" before publication.