December 24, 2020

Politics

Can Joe Biden ‘heal’ the United States? Political experts disagree

A Trump supporter and an anti-Trump demonstrator shout at each other near Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C., Nov. 14, 2020. Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images  Arie Kruglanski, University of Maryland and Robert B. Talisse, Vanderbilt University Editor’s note: When Joe Biden becomes president on Jan. 20, 2021, he will lead a fractured nation

Opinion

Opinion: The Greatest Gift This Season — Freedom Of Religion

Editor’s Note: For another viewpoint, see Point: Christmas Is a Holy Day Judging by the diversity of holidays observed this time of year, humans seem to have a need for a communal celebration in early winter. As the days grow shorter and cold weather grips much of the northern hemisphere, it’s comforting to be reminded

Legal Beat

Overturned Toyota Tacoma on Pioneer Pkwy/Symphony Drive

On Wednesday, December 23rd at about 6 PM, Prescott Regional Communication Center started to receive multiple 911 calls about a car accident on Pioneer Parkway and Symphony Drive in Prescott. The initial arriving unit on scene found two vehicles with one that had overturned with the driver trapped inside. Fire crews were able to extricate

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Appoints Brian Furuya To The Arizona Court of Appeals

Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Coconino County attorney Brian Y. Furuya to fill a vacancy on the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division I. “Brian’s broad experience in both the public and private sectors, as well as his deep respect for the rule of law, is a tremendous asset to the people of

The Zany Sage

A New Holiday Tradition

As a minimalist, the idea of some dude dropping off packages in my home is unsettling.  And the thought that “he knows when you’ve been sleeping, etc..” sounds stalkerish to me.  But you’ll hear no “bah humbug” coming out of my mouth because I love Christmas! But I love the day after Christmas, too.  No,

Technology

Waymo’s driverless ride service moves metro Phoenix toward autonomous future

The roadways of metro Phoenix may not look much different 10 years from now, but how we travel them might. We may have more vehicles without drivers behind the wheel, according to Andrew Maynard, an associate dean at Arizona State University’s College of Global Futures. Artificial intelligence packed with centuries’ worth of driving knowledge –

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