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Dr. Joseph Sirven: Can You Hear Me Now?
Even your surgery can have its own soundtrack. Our medical commentator Dr. Joseph Sirven explains.
Jun. 1, 2018
Where Faith And Astronomy Meet
Faith and science aren’t considered to be comfortable companions to many people. The question is often whether a person can strongly believe in God while also having confidence in the evidence that science provides for our existence and the universe around us.
Jun. 1, 2018
Poor Conditions Remain In Havasupai School
A year ago, some members of the Havasupai tribe sued the federal government over the conditions in its only school, Havasupai Elementary, which sits at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Jun. 1, 2018
Arizona Latino Legislative Caucus Joins Lawsuit
The Trump administration’s plan to add a question about citizenship status to the 2020 census has been met with multiple lawsuits, as reported previously on The Show.
Jun. 1, 2018
Maricopa Attorney Hands Off Uber Case
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office will no longer be working on the case of a fatal crash involving a self-driving Uber car in Tempe. The Yavapai County Attorney’s Office was asked to take it over.
Jun. 1, 2018
One Dining Critic Sampled 400 Doughnuts In One Week
Dominic Armato, dining critic for the Arizona Republic, recently sampled 400 doughnuts in a Valley-wide, weeklong quest to find the best ones.
Jun. 1, 2018
150-Year-Old Navajo Treaty Displayed On Navajo Land For First Time
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the Treaty of Bosque Redondo. On June 1, 1868, the Navajo Nation and the U.S. government signed the historic treaty and ended the imprisonment of more than 10,000 Navajo people in eastern New Mexico.
Jun. 1, 2018
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Jaime Molera, former state schools superintendent, now with the firm Molera Alvarez, and longtime pollster and host of "The Think Tank" Mike O’Neil joined The Show for this Friday's Newscap.
Jun. 1, 2018
How Phoenix-Area  Cities Are Approaching Rental Scooters
Bird is a startup motorized scooter company based in Santa Monica and run by a former Lyft and Uber executive that let's anyone rent their vehicles if they find one on the street or sidewalk. It has about 200 to 300 scooters out in Scottsdale and Tempe.
Jun. 1, 2018
The Takeaway: She
1992 was hailed as the "Year of the Woman" for the record number of female candidates elected to national office. Today, a wave of women candidates, many inspired by the results of the 2016 election and emboldened by the #MeToo movement, may help Democrats tip the balance of power in Washington.
Jun. 1, 2018
TGen Looking For Ways To Stop Breast Cancer From Spreading To Bone
The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) has received a more than $6.5 million dollar federal grant, which it will share with researchers in Utah.
Jun. 1, 2018
Arizona Highways Magazine Releases New Guidebook
Arizona Highways magazine has released a new guidebook featuring parts of northern Arizona including Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, Prescott and Sedona.
Jun. 1, 2018
Working To Elect Veterans To Congress
The group With Honor said it’s seen a huge increase in veterans running for Congress — both Republicans and Democrats.
Jun. 1, 2018
Whistleblower: Patients With Mental Illness Suffering In AZ Prisons
The testimony of counselor Angela Fischer calls the Arizona prison health care monitoring system into question. She talked about her experiences at hearing in the Parsons vs. Ryan prison health care settlement in federal court on Thursday.
Special Report: The Chaos Of Arizona Prison Health Care
Jun. 1, 2018
Short On Water In The Mountains? Beavers, To The Rescue
Without the beavers’ work, their engineering prowess, this diverse wetland at North St. Vrain Creek wouldn’t be there. The valley bottom instead would slowly transform back into a grassy plain and the stream would return to its banks, cutting deeper into the landscape. The whole ecosystem would suffer.
May. 31, 2018
Seven Arizona Small Businesses Receive NASA Funding
NASA has selected its 2018 crop of small businesses to receive funding supporting innovation research and technology transfer, with seven awards going to Arizona.
May. 31, 2018
McCain
The deadline was Wednesday for Arizona Sen. John McCain to resign in time for a special election to fill his seat this November.
May. 31, 2018
Feds Seize Thousands Of Fentanyl Pills In Indian Country
The Interior Department seized $4.8 million in drugs during a weeklong sting operation on Arizona tribal land.
May. 31, 2018
2 Bears In Arizona Euthanized In A Week
Two bears have been euthanized this week after Arizona officials say they became a public safety threat. One mother bear left two cubs behind.
May. 31, 2018
Trump’s Steel Tariffs Provoke Retaliation From Mexico
The Trump administration’s planned tariffs on steel and aluminum imported from Mexico, Canada and the European Union was quickly condemned by officials south of the border.
May. 31, 2018

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