Start your morning off right with Arizona's Morning News with Jim and Jayme. You'll be informed with the very latest on what's going on in the Valley, Arizona, nation and throughout the world. Jim and Jayme are native Arizonans with more than 40+ years of local news coverage, six combined AP reporter of the year awards.
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In today's Sharper Point Commentary Jim Sharpe discusses how to stop wrong-way drivers on Valley freeways.
On this day in 1837 the first Mardi Gras was celebrated in New Orleans.
A string of burglaries in Scottsdale have been linked to international crime ring. How can you protect your home and possessions?
How could a merger between Kroger and Albertsons affect Arizonans? Attorney General Kris Mayes thinks it will cause food prices to rise.
Lisa Glow, CEO of C.A.S.S., joins the show to talk new shelter funding and if unhoused people are returning to the Zone.
There have been multiple wrong-way crashes in the Valley recently. Why are there so many wrong-way drivers?
Community watch member George Zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on this day in 2012. It happened while Martin was walking home from a convenience store.
The alarm has already been sounded on the number of children who have drowned or nearly drowned this year, and now this weekend a four-year-old girl was pulled from an apartment pool after being submerged for an unknown amount of time.
President Biden eyes a border executive order, encounters along it drop, and local voices are calling for something to be done at the border. Jim and Jayme tie it all together and recap where the situation is at today.
It’s a Leap Year! But what exactly does that mean? Are leap years really every four years? Jim and Jayme break down some of the facts behind the day and why it's recognized.