The state’s three public universities are proposing no tuition increase for continuing, resident students next year, and Arizona State University is going further, proposing no tuition hike for incoming, resident freshmen.
A Tiny Desert Concert is when we bring local bands into the KJZZ studios to play a couple songs for us and talk a bit about the music. This month we did things a little differently, and for the first time our tiny desert concert was actually in the desert. Phoenix singer-songwriter Justin Moody performed in a wash in South Mountain’s Box Canyon.
Downtown Phoenix has become known for its arts scene over the last 30 years. But, back then, the area didn’t look quite like it does now. “Raw” is one word Catrina Kahler used to describe it. She’s the president of Artlink, which organizes Art Detour.
Dominic Armato is the dining critic for The Arizona Republic. The Show's Steve Goldstein spoke with him about some of those trends — with Mexican food, in particular. They started by talking about what he was seeing, and if there’s an evolution in the Valley’s Mexican restaurants.
Since President Trump announced he’d impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, and other countries have talked about retaliation, we’ve heard mixed messages about what the impact of all of that could be.
New research from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health shows the U.S. has higher health care costs and worse health outcomes than other wealthy countries. Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal joins The Show's Mark Brodie to talk about this.
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing cutting the levels of nicotine in cigarettes by as much as 80 percent. Here to talk about this is Matt Myers, president of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
Retail sales in the U.S. fell for a third consecutive month in February. And for an economy that has been increasingly consumer-driven in recent years, that could be an alarming statistic. Here to talk about it is Donna Hitscherich, a faculty member in finance at the Columbia University Business School.
The University of Arizona’s men’s basketball team is out of the NCAA Tournament, victims of one of the biggest upsets so far of the tourney. As KJZZ’s Phil Latzman tells us, the shocking loss ends a tumultuous season for the program now facing an ominous future.