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Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

  • DPS director says lack of cops leading to more wrong-way drivers in Arizona

    The director of Arizona DPS said a lack of police officers is one of the main reasons there are more wrong-way drivers on state freeways.
  • Bruce St. James gives his picks for the 2017 Oscars

    The Academy Awards will be held Sunday and, as we didn't have time to see all the nominees this year, we asked Bruce St. James to give us his Oscars picks.
  • Three Arizona chefs earn semifinalist spots for James Beard Awards

    Three Arizona chefs have been named semifinalists for best in the Southwest in the James Beard Awards, the annual honors for excellence in cuisine, culinary writing and education.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Fifty Shades Darker’

    Valentine's Day is right around the corner and to celebrate, I dragged Pamela to the movie theater and forced her to see "Fifty Shades Darker" with me -- and boy, was it dark!
  • Nothing about President Trump’s 20 percent tax proposal strengthens America

    The proposed "tax" would not be paid for by Mexico, it would be paid for by you when you purchase goods that come from Mexico.
  • Predicting the Academy Awards based on the Golden Globes winners

    What can we predict about the Oscars based on the Golden Globes winners? We asked our resident movie expert, Bruce St. James to hazard some guesses.
  • Pass the popcorn: Bruce St. James’ five favorite movies of 2016

    To help you pick some movies to watch this holiday season, we asked our resident movie expert, Bruce St. James, to list his favorite flicks of 2016.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Miss Sloane’

    The film is basically about Elizabeth Sloane -- portrayed by Jessica Chastain -- a high-powered D.C. lobbyist and her fight against the nation's gun lobby.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Moana’

    "Moana" is a fantastic movie that you have to go see. This is a film that the entire family will love and it has all the makings of an instant classic.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’

    "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" was released Friday and I have good news: This movie will appeal to more than just "Harry Potter" fans.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group provides scholarships for children of fallen military

    Cutrano AZ Troop Run works to give the children of armed services members killed overseas a better shot at a college education by giving them scholarships.
  • Faith In Humanity: Nonprofit assists single moms pursuing college education

    Helping Hands for Single Moms is a community-based nonprofit that is dedicated to single moms attempting to have a college education and financial independence all while raising their kids.
  • Jeff DeWit: Donald Trump does not have list of Republicans who didn’t vote for him

    Donald Trump's campaign COO Jeff DeWit dismissed a rumor that the president-elect has been keeping a running list of Republicans who voted against him.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Loving’

    Despite its name, "Loving" is not a chick flick, but it is about one of the most legally-significant relationships in American history.
  • Arizona doctors split on how to fix Obamacare insurance rates

    Two doctors who have first-hand experience working with Obamacare in Arizona are split on how to fix the rising health care insurance costs in the state.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Doctor Strange’

    When you combine the great special effects with some amazing actors, "Doctor Strange" is one of the best superhero movies ever.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Inferno’

    "Inferno" is about Robert Langdon's latest world-saving quest to save the world before a billionaire kills half the human race.
  • Movies in a Minute for ‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’

    In Bruce St. James' review, "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" was full of action movie cliches and never was able to rid of them.
  • Arizona secretary of state: Safeguards in place to protect November election results

    Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan said Wednesday her office takes a lot of precautions to ensure no one interferes with election results.
  • Arizona officials concerned bias, media may have impact on November election

    Two Arizona officials said in separate interviews Tuesday that November's general election may be rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton, but in different ways.