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Man Runs Every Single Day — For 40 Years
There’s a well-worn saying that the hardest part of running is putting on your shoes. Craig Davidson feels that inertia, but then runs through it every morning — literally every morning — and sometimes in the afternoon, too.
Nov. 6, 2018
Migrant Caravan Arrives In Mexico City
Part of the Central American migrant caravan has arrived in Mexico City, where they are staying in a provided stadium. Inside, hundreds rest on their way to the U.S. border, while thousands more are expected to arrive throughout the week.
Nov. 5, 2018
Candidates
For decades, those who still had not made up their minds would look to the League of Women Voter’s election guide.
Nov. 5, 2018
Q&AZ: Are Small Rattlesnakes More Dangerous?
There are 13 species of rattlesnakes in Arizona, so it’s impossible to cover every deviation in a single saying.
Nov. 5, 2018
Native Americans Face Challenges When Voting
The Navajo will elect a new president on Tuesday. Jonathan Nez, the current vice president, faces off against two-time President Joe Shirley Jr. at a crucial time for the tribe. Voting for Native Americans on reservations around the state can be a challenge.
Nov. 5, 2018
Arizona Advocacy Network Recruits Poll Observers
Arizona Advocacy Network is trying to recruit volunteers to serve as poll observers on Tuesday. So far, they’ve gotten more than 150 people to sign up.
Nov. 5, 2018
What Rights Should Be Observed When It Comes To Vaccinations?
Gov. Doug Ducey said that he’d like to see reforms made to state policy with the hopes that all Arizona kids will get vaccinated, but he also said he would not put any new laws on the books to mandate that effort. Where is that fine line between individual rights and collective rights when it comes to public health?
Nov. 5, 2018
Why Did President Ronald Reagan Support Amnesty Laws?
When it comes to immigration reform, the word "amnesty" probably couldn’t have more negative connotations. So why did former President Ronald Reagan — a conservative icon — believe it was a good idea when he signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act in 1986?
Nov. 5, 2018
What Does The Future Of ASU Hold For Downtown Phoenix?
Arizona State University’s downtown campus helped transform Phoenix. It’s home to nearly 12,000 students and the campus is continuing to grow. What does the future of ASU downtown hold for both the university and the city?
Nov. 5, 2018
The U.S. Government
President Lyndon Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act, as part of the Civil Rights Act, in 1968. Richard Rothstein argues the federal government was behind the segregation of American neighborhoods in the first place.
Nov. 5, 2018
Fontes: Polling Places Prep Going Well Ahead Of  Election Day
Maricopa County has released an independent report that looks at election day processes and concerns. Many of those concerns come from what happened on primary day in August, when a number of polling places experienced problems.
How To Find Your Polling Place
Nov. 5, 2018
Pregnant Women Face Discrimination In Workplace
Sexual harassment in the workplace has dominated the national conversation this year. But it’s not the only form of discrimination that’s holding women back in their careers. A new investigation by the New York Times found that pregnancy discrimination is rampant inside America’s biggest companies.
Nov. 5, 2018
Phoenix Rising Headed To USL Title Game
Phoenix Rising Football Club played a rousing away game against Orange County Soccer Club Saturday night, and if you could hear the elated shouts of soccer fans across the state line, that’s because Phoenix Rising won two to one, after a last-minute save by goalie Carl Woszcynki.
Nov. 5, 2018
Boas On Election Day 2018
Election Day is this Tuesday, so we expect at least some of that will cool off. But before that happens, Arizona Republic editorial director Phil Boas joined The Show for his weekly appearance to talk about it.
Nov. 5, 2018
BBC Look-Ahead: U.S. Decision On New Russia Sanctions
The world will mark a somber anniversary this coming weekend, and there are concerns about the environmental impact of a national holiday in India. For more on international stories coming up this week, The Show was joined by BBC’s Rich Preston in London.
Nov. 5, 2018
Q&AZ: What Happens To Items Put In Recycling Bins?
So you’ve finished a can of soda, a bottle of wine or maybe a box of cereal. You toss it in the recycling bin and put it outside to get picked up. But what happens to your recyclables once they leave the house? One listener wanted to know, and KJZZ investigated as part of the Q&AZ reporting project.
Nov. 5, 2018
The Pulse: The Skinny On Skin
When’s the last time you saw a get-well card for psoriasis or eczema? Skin’s our biggest organ — and does lots of hard work keeping us healthy — but still, it doesn’t get much respect.
Nov. 5, 2018
The Takeaway: Tallahassee Shooting — The Link Between Right Wing Extremism And Misogyny
Last week, there was yet another violent attack from a self-proclaimed misogynist who left behind a trail of racist and sexist social media posts where he went off on women, black people and immigrants. The gunman entered a yoga studio in Tallahassee and shot six people, killing two.
Nov. 5, 2018
Green Party Candidate Drops Out Of AZ Senate Race
Green Party candidate Angela Green dropped out of the Arizona Senate race late last week. While third-party candidates often poll better than they actually perform on Election Day, in a race as close as the one for Arizona’s senate seat: every vote counts.
Nov. 5, 2018
Arizona Election Day 2018: How To Find Your Polling Place
The Arizona Secretary of State's Office is making a final push to inform voters ahead of Election Day. If you're not one of the nearly 1 million Arizonans who already sent in their mail-in ballot, you can still vote in person on Nov. 6.
Nov. 5, 2018

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