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Thursday, July 2, 2015
The bodies of the missing Arizona couple are believed to be found buried in a man's yard. How could this happen and what led to the double murder of these people?
Are the airliners working together keep ticket prices higher? The Department of Justice has opened up a probe into potential price gouging.
Should we be worried about a terror attack against the U.S on the 4th of July? Authorities are on a heightened state of alert, but is that living scared?
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Foul play is suspected in the disappearance of a missing Arizona couple. What happened and who should the police be looking at in the search for Tina and Michael Careccia?
The University of Phoenix cuts nearly a thousand jobs while its stock plummets. Does the signal the death of for-profit colleges?
Why are black churches burning across southern U.S states? Is it racism showing itself or just a big coincidence between fires and churches?
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Jim Cross talks about the 2 year anniversary of the Tragedy at Yarnell Hill. What have we learned and what changes have been made to make fighting fires safer?
The 2 year anniversary of the Tragedy at Yarnell Hill that killed 19 hotshot firefighters. What have we learned to prevent this from ever happening again?
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announces he's running for President in 2016. But does his bully image make him unattractive to women?
A settlement has been reaching in the Yarnell Hill lawsuit. Was the settlement the right move toward making sure this never happens again?
Monday, June 29, 2015
Stan Barnes talks about the Supreme Court ruling to uphold Arizona's voter redistricting laws.
The Supreme Court rules to uphold the use of a controversial lethal injection drug. A dramatic ending in the manhunt for 2 escaped New York murderers.
The Supreme Court rules on voting redistricting laws in Arizona. Did the decision hurt or help the voters in Arizona?
The Supreme Court rules lethal injections are here to stay. But, one Justice compared the practice to burning someone at the stake. Are the right?
Friday, June 26, 2015
Terry Pochert talks about the Supreme Court decision to make gay marriage legal across the United States.