Celebrations of Apollo 11’s historic moon landing 50 years ago conjure images of Houston and Cape Canaveral, but rarely Arizona. This two-part series looks at the pivotal role the state played in preparing astronauts for moon missions – and in driving lunar science forward.
After interviewing well over 100 current and former print and broadcast journalists — mostly women — Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace wrote the recently-published book "There’s No Crying in Newsrooms: What Women Have Learned About What It Takes to Lead."

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10,000 SRP Customers Had Their Power Turned Off After Utilitys Phone System, App Went Down
More than 10,000 Salt River Project electric customers had their power turned off Wednesday after the utility’s phone system and phone app went down.
Some Of Accused Border Agents Controversial Messages Wont Be Shown To Jury
A federal judge has ruled that only some text messages a Border Patrol agent sent after allegedly ramming a Guatemalan immigrant who was running away near the Arizona border can be shown to the jury during his trial.
Motel 6, MALDEF Due In Federal Court Friday
The sides in a lawsuit over alleged sharing of motel-guest information with immigration authorities are due in federal court Friday, and they’ve asked a judge to give initial approval to a revamped multimillion-dollar settlement.
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More Loop 101 Closures In Tempe As Construction Continues
A Loop 101 widening project continues this weekend in Tempe, the latest closures resulting from the $76 million project.
Arizona Monsoon Photos
We asked for your Arizona monsoon photos as part of The Show's 2019 "Monsoon Stories" project. Check out the gallery of submissions (and some we've taken at KJZZ over the years), then send us your own!

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Committee Democrats Prepare For Highly Anticipated Robert Mueller Hearings
Members of Congress and their staffs are studying old film, reviewing the special counsel report and preparing for a lot of terse responses, they told reporters.
How A 10-Year-Old-Boy Helped Apollo 11 Return To Earth
Greg Force was just a boy when his father, the director of a NASA tracking station in Guam, called home with an important mission for him: to help the crew of Apollo 11 return safely to Earth.
Do You Need That Surgery? How To Decide, And How To Pick A Surgeon If You Do
When you have a serious health problem that calls for surgery, the last thing you need is the stress of navigating the health care system to find a skilled surgeon. We have tips to make it easier.
Refinery Explosions Raise New Warnings About Deadly Chemical
Chemical experts say recent refinery explosions could have been far more devastating if deadly hydrogen fluoride was released. Some are calling for a ban on the chemical.
It's not clear why the Philadelphia man left the building this way. It is clear that he's a very skilled climber, descending more than a dozen floors in about three minutes.