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KJZZ's Here and Now Oct. 5, 2016
What Does Donald Trump's Sixth Visit To Arizona Say About The State?
Arizona's Recreational Marijuana Proposition: 'Is It Going To Pass?'
Gov. Ducey Travels To Canada To Strengthen Economic Ties
'Hotel Arizona' Gives A Window To Migration Economy
Telling The Story Of Women Who Tried 'Crossing The Horizon'
KJZZ's Here and Now September 28, 2016
Phoenix Mayor To Legislature: Don't Like New Phoenix Policies? Run For Office Here
Can The Valley End Homelessness?
Arizona Republic Endorses Democratic Presidential Nominee For First Time In 126-Year History
Defining What Makes Someone Newsworthy
When Valley Bandmates Became Parents, Music Remained A Constant
KJZZ's Here and Now September 21, 2016
Christine Jones Ready To 'Fight Another Day' After Congressional Primary Defeat
Unraveling Ideas Of Arizona Trump Supporters
Book Explores How Water Can Create Collaboration Instead Of Conflict
Author Craig Johnson On Longmire And The Evolution Of Crime Protagonists
'Check, Please! Arizona' Welcomes Mark Tarbell As New Host
KJZZ's Here and Now Sept. 14, 2016
Arizona Republic TV Critic Disappointed With Election 2016 Coverage
'American Umpire' Documentary Examines US Involvement In Other Nations
Former Arizona Republic Editor Digs Into Arizona's Organized Crime History
The Current State Of Arizona's Major Professional Sports Teams
Performance In The Borderlands Project Creates Interactive Experiences For Communities
Tuesday at 5 a.m.
Poet Nikky Finney says, when it comes to race in this country, Americans are living dangerous times.
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