The first issue of Arizona Highways magazine was published in April, 1925. In this presentation, former publisher Win Holden will share the fascinating story of how a brochure produced by the Arizona Highway Department evolved into one of the most respected and revered publications in the world. With annual economic impact of over $65 million, Arizona Highways reaches all 50 states and over 100 countries around the world. But the journey has been anything but uneventful.


The late Sen. John McCain will be honored at an expansive ceremony at Washington's National Cathedral on Saturday. Former President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush will give remarks, along with McCain's longtime friend Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and several others. Three of McCain's children will give readings, and Renee Fleming will perform "Danny Boy" at the late senator's request.

We expect the NPR live video feed from the Cathedral to begin anytime after 4:00 am Arizona, with the ceremony scheduled to start at 7:00 am Arizona.

Victor Calderón

Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday toured the site of a drug tunnel found inside an empty fast food restaurant in San Luis, Arizona. Ducey met with local law enforcement officers and elected officials and toured the area leading into the tunnel, which Yuma Border Patrol says is the fifth tunnel found in the Yuma sector since 2007.

Rodney Glassman Campaign

Rodney Glassman was once an aide to Arizona Congressman, and noted Progressive, Raul Grijalva, and a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate. 

Now, as a Republican, the lawyer, Air Force reservist, and former Tucson city councilman, says he’s the only candidate, Republican or Democrat, with a plan to clean up the beleaguered Arizona Corporation Commission.

Victor Calderón

The President of Arizona Western College announced Thursday that the school is committed to collegiate football in 2018 and 2019, as the community college districts in Maricopa and Pima counties said they will drop football after this season due to budget cuts.