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Learn why residents should oppose the Planned Unit Development (PUD) proposed for 7th Street and Marlette in Phoenix, Arizona. Paul Barnes, American Planning Association's Arizona Citizen Planner of the Year, explains why too much density and intensity, as well as the developer's unwillingness to compromise with neighbors, makes this a project to oppose.
The election has also highlighted contentious issues around border security - nowhere more so than in Arizona. Inigo Gilmore has this report.
A one-hour documentary film about urban growth and change in and around Phoenix, Arizona. In only half a century, Phoenix has expanded from a small desert town into the sixth-largest city in the country. Through the eyes and voices of Phoenix residents, the film explores the interrelationships both caused by and affecting individual choices, the democratic process, and market forces in the region. Many factors contribute to this development pattern, which is providing homes and jobs to 100,000 new residents each year but is also threatening the region's unique desert environment. The film seeks to educate and inspire citizens to engage in a better-informed civic dialogue about social equity, diversity, economic opportunity and environmental quality. Viewers learn more about the tensions ...
President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border as the first step to fulfill a campaign promise. Saying the U.S. government has failed to secure it, a group of armed citizens are patrolling a nearly 400-mile stretch of desert land that separates Arizona from Mexico. NewsHour Special Correspondent Nick Schifrin reports.
Exploring citizens' perspectives on Homelessness in Phoenix
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The author of a book once banned in America, Douglas Valentine, discusses how the American government is conducting covert warfare on its citizens via the CIA. The book, "The Phoenix Program", details the nitty-gritty black ops that were conducted against the people of Vietnam. Mr. Valentine says the "Phoenix Program" is the blueprint for the covert warfare that the government is conducting on the American people today. Americans can get the complete picture in combination with "Confessions of a Economic Hitman". Awake Radio http://www.awakeradio.us/ Douglas Valentine - The Phoenix Program http://www.douglasvalentine.com/the_phoenix_program_11712.htm CIA Speaks: The Phoenix Files http://www.cryptocomb.org/Phoenix%20Tapes.html Confessions of an Economic Hit Man: How America Really Took...
Philanthropist to Award Phoenix Citizens at Their Best John Shimer -- a Philanthropist -- says he's witnessed firsthand the work of countless "Human Angels". Now, he has launched the non-profit "Angels Among Us" project. His goal - In cooperation with KTVK TV 3 and Good Morning Arizona - help communities in Phoenix target the stories of local residents who selflessly give of themselves for others, and reward them with the "Angel On Earth" award. Among the first awarded was San Diego resident Reed Reichert who along with the USO of San Diego founded Waves of Appreciation, a volunteer group that provides snack bags for service members who fly in an out of San Diego for training, holidays and while in service to our country. Reichert Says - "Many of these service members are ...
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Cronkite News shares the voices from the Phoenix City Council meeting as citizens speak on how the Police Department handled protests after Trump's recent visit to the valley. Read more government news at: https://cronkitenews.azpbs.org/category/government/ Video by Sydney Isenberg | Cronkite News