Brahm Resnik, 12 News

Brahm Resnik

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Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Arizona electric-car plant that would take on Tesla moving ahead

Gov. Ducey breaking ground on Casa Grande factory that was first announced 3 years ago. → Read More

NBC News spotlights Maricopa County in 2020 presidential election

The yearlong political coverage cements Arizona’s status as a swing state in the 2020 presidential election. → Read More

Donald Trump Jr. event triggers Costco shoppers into wondering what warehouse club is doing

His Scottsdale book signing looks political, shoppers say. But Costco bans politics next to the rotisserie chicken and bulk toilet paper. → Read More

How APS might change when longtime CEO retires

Don Brandt transformed the power company into a political machine. Will successor end campaign spending? → Read More

How would John McCain have handled today's Trump Republicans?

Longtime friend Grant Woods reflects on Sen. John McCain's legacy one year after the senator's death. → Read More

Phoenix's FBI office warned of domestic terror threat

The FBI's Phoenix office has issued a warning that labels fringe conspiracy theories as a domestic terrorist threat. → Read More

Disabled veteran could get Mesa home back with county officials' help

The community rallied around Jim Boerner after he lost his home over a little over $200. → Read More

Arizona governor doubles down on defending Trump tariff threat

Ducey brushed off the cost to Arizonans, saying the proposed tariffs are a "national security" issue. → Read More

New Arizona anti-abortion hotline could get $7.5 million in taxpayer dollars

Abortion foe Cathi Herrod is pushing legislation in the final days of the session. → Read More

Why Trump tariffs could hit Arizona with double whammy

Consumer slump would expose state's dependence on sales tax revenue to pay for services. → Read More

Dead officer's father-in-law calls out AZ lawmakers as texting ban stalls

He urges citizens to call representatives. Bill sponsor 'not backing down.' Arizona 1 of 3 states without texting ban. → Read More

Arizona 'ground zero' for special-interest bills written by outsiders, investigation shows

The Arizona Legislature is a leading adopter of 'copycat' bills and a conservative lobbyist is leading exporter, according to report → Read More

Key witness against David Stringer 'creeped out' by comments about child sex-trafficking

In an exclusive interview with 12 News, Merissa Hamilton shares her reaction to a conversation about adults having sex with children. She recorded Stringer on livestream saying he didn't want to 'demonize' child sex-trafficking. → Read More

Former Arizona lawmaker didn't like to 'demonize' child prostitution, new report says

A witness in the David Stringer investigation says he shared disturbing views of adults having sex with children. Stringer quit last week after reports he was charged with paying teenage boys for sex. → Read More

Legislator David Stringer accused of paying for sex with boys in '80s, documents say

One of 'Mr. Dave's' victims was mentally disabled, according to police reports obtained by Arizona House investigators. Stringer quit Thursday after facing expulsion from House. → Read More

Chandler parents face felony child abuse charges after failing to take sick son to ER

Video of Chandler police breaking down the couple's door over concerns their son may have a life-threatening fever went viral across social media. → Read More

Several challenges face new Phoenix mayor

In 1st interview on 'Sunday Square Off,' Kate Gallego takes on public safety, migrant drop-offs and 2020 decision. Also, author of new Sandra Day O'Connor biography tells her astonishing life story. → Read More

Buyer beware: Ducey clears way for 'junk' insurance

Arizona's former health director warns that short-term health insurance plans carry enormous risks for people who buy them. → Read More

Countdown to Phoenix vote for mayor: The drama, the money and more

On this weekend's "Sunday Square Off," we break down the race between Kate Gallego and Daniel Valenzuela. → Read More

Phoenix Suns owner spends big money on city elections after arena deal

Robert Sarver's $50,000 aids councilwoman days after she flipped vote. Arena supporter Daniel Valenzuela aided by $100,000 in mayoral race. Sarver says he backs candidates who have 'city's best interests at heart' → Read More