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KJZZ's Here and Now May 6, 2015
DREAMers Gather To Celebrate Judge's Community College Ruling
One-Woman Show Explores The Humor Behind The Pain Of Abusive Relationships
What Is The State Of The Solar Industry In Arizona?
Should Fans Still Watch Celebrities And Athletes Who Make Unethical Personal Decisions?
What Recent Valley Weather Tells Us About What To Expect For Summer Months
KJZZ's Here and Now April 29, 2015
Reporter Michael Kiefer Discusses Supreme Court Arguments In Lethal Injection Case
Author David Gessner Talks About How Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner Shaped The US Environmental Movement
Jack Stripling Talks About ASU President Micheal Crow's Impact On Higher Education
Performer Herbert Siguenza Discusses 'A Weekend With Pablo Picasso'
Abby Jensen Talks About Issues Transgender People Face In Arizona
Phoenix Chamber's Todd Sanders Talks About New Phoenix Forward Initiative
KJZZ's Here and Now April 22, 2015
Arizona Board Of Regents Chairman Mark Killian Talks Tuition
Jeremy Duda Of Arizona Capitol Times Discusses Rideshare Regulations, Open Primary
Law Professor Rodney K. Smith Discusses Legal Challenges In Pro Sports
Why Valley Housing Market May Be Losing Appeal To Canadian Investors
Mesa Resident Raised In LDS Church Talks About Questioning Faith And Teachings
Singer-Songwriter Lisa Loeb Talks About Her Latest Work
KJZZ's Here and Now April 15, 2015
What Impact California's Water Shortage Has On Arizona
Chris Herstam Gives Insight Into Mark Killian's New Role As Department Of Agriculture Director
Reporter Kristen Moulton Talks About The Significance Of Mormons Who Oppose Traditional Church Teachings
VP Of ASU Athletics Talks About The Recent Momentum Of The School's Sports Teams
Unofficial Historian Bob Boze Bell Discusses His New Book About Strange Arizona History
Monday 5 a.m.
Cuban migrants and the dangerous voyage to the U.S.
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