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A growing number of Arizona parents and teens are walking away from football and other sports. Nearly eight in 10 teens who have had concussions admit they’re afraid of the long-term impact of suffering hits to the head.
Aug. 17, 2018
How can cities and towns become “strong?” It’s something Chuck Marohn travels the country talking about. Marohn is president of Strong Towns, a nonprofit that looks at cities’ financial strength and resiliency.
Aug. 17, 2018
Finding affordable housing is a growing challenge across the U.S. — Arizona is no exception — and that is related to the stark number of evictions being reported.
Aug. 17, 2018
Discussing the week in news with public policy consultant and former legislative leader Chris Herstam and Wes Gullett, CEO of OH Strategic Communications.
Aug. 17, 2018
The monsoon has been a muse for many — shifting, changing, sometimes teasing us with just a sprinkle, sometimes impossible to tune out. As part of our monsoon series, we’ve heard from a painter, a photographer, and a pair of architects. Today it's about words.
Aug. 17, 2018
President Trump has been very bold in his criticism of many news media outlets — with much of it laser-focused on CNN. The phrase “fake news” became one of Trump’s favorites on the campaign trail and it still makes frequent appearances in his Twitter feed.
Aug. 17, 2018
The August primary elections are just a few weeks away now, and early voting is well underway. In fact, nearly half of early votes have already been cast.
Aug. 17, 2018
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge yesterday ruled the Invest in Education initiative can be on November’s ballot.
Aug. 17, 2018
The Takeaway: Should Politicians Allow Big Money To Finance American Politics?
There's a growing call for politicians to reject special interest money. Are grassroots campaigns the future of American politics? Or will big money win the day?
Aug. 17, 2018
Have you ever had a prickly pear margarita? Well, it turns out there are lots of other ways to enjoy this desert fruit, and they’ll all be celebrated this weekend at the 7th Annual Prickly Pear Festival in Superior, Arizona.
Aug. 17, 2018
Arizona Monsoon Stories
From the heat, to the rain, to the storms — the monsoon is a uniquely Arizona time of year. Some love it, some hate it. How do you feel about the monsoon? The Show wants to know.
Aug. 17, 2018
A court-imposed deadline to reunite undocumented immigrant families was reached late last month, but Trump Administration figures released yesterday show nearly 20 percent of children remain without their parents.
Aug. 17, 2018
The Arizona Cardinals head in to their second preseason game Friday night in New Orleans against the Saints. Steve Wilks, the new head coach, says he’s pleased with what he’s seen so far.
Aug. 17, 2018
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge James Smith on Thursday rejected a challenge claiming that Invest in Education Act petitions contained errors that should disqualify it from the ballot. The lawsuit claimed the petitions included a misleading description of the tax hike, among other concerns.
Aug. 17, 2018
The Valley’s high temperatures bring a drop in tourism — but they also bring lower prices which attract certain groups. Many religious, social and sport groups take advantage of lower rates that are written in Phoenix law.
Aug. 17, 2018
After a busy several days of storm activity across the metro area, the chance of a monsoon storm is low this weekend.
Aug. 17, 2018
Voter registration will not be updated to automatically reflect address on drivers licence by November election.
Aug. 17, 2018
New figures from the state Office of Economic Opportunity put the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for July at 4.6 percent. A research professor of economics at ASU’s WP Carey School of Business joined the Show to talk about what the numbers mean, both in Arizona and in a national context.
Aug. 16, 2018
Federal law enforcement officials are promising to work closer with their Mexican counterparts to better pursue drug kingpins.
Aug. 16, 2018
The Arizona Department of Transportation announced it has started training some of its officers who work at ports of entry to respond to opioid overdoses.
Aug. 16, 2018

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