Al MaciasManaging Editor
Al Macias (Phoenix) is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years of experience in broadcast news reporting, production and management. He was part of the management team that launched the KNXV newsroom in 1994 and oversaw its growth from a staff of 20 to more than 60 in less than a year. He also served in multiple management roles at KPNX-TV from 1981-1994 and as an assignment editor and manager for KTVK, both in Phoenix.
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Dr. Dani Mathisen is one of 20 patients who say abortion bans in Texas harmed them during complicated pregnancies. Attorneys in the lawsuit will argue before the Texas Supreme Court Tuesday.
Israel says it has already received a list of additional Israeli hostages Hamas proposes to release in exchange for Israel freeing more Palestinian prisoners.
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The exhibit was scheduled to wind down at the end of December but has been extended with community support.
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