Mar. 6, 2014
Today on NewsWatch, in a new effort to learn more about Alzheimer's, people are starting to take memory tests. Plus, Scottsdale Police educate the public on DUIs by offering free breathalyzers for party-goers. And, many people in District 7 hope to maintain their latino representation in congress.
Mar. 5, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, a controversial bill that could effect your child's learning environment is going through the legislature. Plus, a bill being heard for the third time today could make a trip to the moon possible sooner than you think. And, firefighters are preparing for this year's wildfire season.
Mar. 4, 2014
Today on Cronkite Newswatch, as many mourn the loss of a Phoenix officer, we take a look at how Arizona compares to nationwide incidents for officers. Plus, will recent rain showers finally help farmers say goodbye to a three month drought? And, TSA agents educate passengers about gun safety.
Mar. 3, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, how Arizona law enforcement are strengthening their efforts against sex trafficking in preparation for next years Superbowl. Plus, The Arizona Students' Association met with lawmakers to discuss issues that could have a big impact on students. And, we examine one Arizona city that ranks as a high-risk community when it comes to healthcare.
Feb. 27, 2014
Arizona's longest serving congressman is retiring, and candidates are already jumping into the race for his seat. Plus, Governor Jan Brewer may have vetoed SB 1062, but now Arizona has to do damage control. And we take an inside look at how Tempe police officers are giving a new meaning to party animal patrol.
Feb. 26, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, we go deeper into SB1062, the biggest story in the state. Plus, protestors continue their hunger strike against deportation despite police threats. And, we have the details on a controversial law that could allow armed teachers on campus.