Oct. 23, 2014
The Arizona Department of Health has confirmed a case of the enterovirus in our state. Find out how parents can keep their children safe. Arizona lawmakers say VA officials should lose their jobs over new developments on doctored wait times in the Phoenix hospital. Plus we continue our Access Across Arizona coverage this time looking at the youth in La Paz county.
Oct. 22, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, the DEA kicks off a program to help stop prescription drug abuse, while one state representative is on a mission to fully legalize marijuana. Then, the question of whether student athletes should be paid is raised again, this time by a Big 12 panel in D.C. And with Arizona's drought conditions, we look into what one golf course is doing to save water while still keeping its course green.
Oct. 21, 2014
The latino vote is an important aspect of any Arizona election season. Find out what this group of voters is looking for in the upcoming election. And Arizona places 27th in exports for US cities. See how Arizona businesses and government leaders are reaching across borders to promote international business. Plus students are teaming up with the Phoenix Suns to defeat a different kind of rival.
Oct. 16, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, a study released today shows budgets cuts from the recession are still hurting students, especially in Arizona. Plus AAA joins Tucson high schools in the seat belt challenge. And Arizona's national parks can seem picture-perfect, but attendance records aren't looking so good.
Oct. 15, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, a respiratory virus is responsible for the deaths of 5 children in the U.S., and is continuing to spread. Why it has Valley parents worried about their children's safety. Plus, with the November ballot quickly approaching, we're taking a look at Prop 304, which would increase legislator's salaries. And we continue our Access Across Arizona series with a visit to Mount Graham to look at efforts to help an endangered species there.