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Whether it’s in the classroom or at the ballot box, this is an intense time to be a teacher in Arizona. We meet the state’s teacher of the year and learn about his efforts to help more educators stay in the profession. Plus, remembering an Arizona environmental legend. That and more on The Show.
The so-called Blue Wave national Democrats were hoping for did emerge — at least in the House. What were the most influential factors? Plus, are scooters destroying cities or saving them? That and more on The Show.
Ballots are still being counted in a few Arizona counties, but most races have already been called. we'll analyze the results so far, and all the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, why Walmart is looking to transform some of its parking lots into town centers. That and more on The Show.
Nearly 20 percent of teens nationwide say a lack of good web access sometimes keeps them from finishing their homework. We hear about efforts to extend broadband to rural parts of Arizona. Plus, what the decades-long battle over Colorado River water may say about future compromise. That and more on The Show.
Young voters cast a lot more ballots in this year’s election, why did that happen and will we keep seeing them participate in future races? Plus, Phoenix has a lot of popular dining spots. We narrow it down to a top 100 with critic Dominic Armato. That and more on The Show.
A handful of Arizona races are still too close to call, with more ballots left to be counted. We get an update on where those races stand. Plus, a tour of the Phoenix venue named the most beautiful theater in the country by Architectural Digest. That and more on The Show.
While ballot counting continues from last week’s midterms, one race is headed for a run-off. We look at the new, two-candidate race for Phoenix Mayor. Plus, why some Arizona tribal members are focusing on teaching their own history. That and more on The Show.
A few Arizona races are still too-close-to-call, days after Election Day. We get an update on the latest numbers. Plus, we look back at the results, and ahead to governing on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
The FDA has approved a new type of opioid aimed at treating soldiers in the field, a move that's not without controversy. Plus, an investigation looks into college athletes and sexual assault. That and more on The Show.
This lengthy election cycle is over, and now it's time to count all of the ballots. We'll talk about who won, who lost and how will it affect the state and the nation. Plus, an Arizona archaeological group raises concerns about potential damage at a state park. That and more on The Show.
Today is Election Day, and all 435 House seats are on the ballot. We'll hear how the winners of those races can be decided long before votes are cast. Plus, updates on what’s happening at polling places across the Valley. That and more on The Show.
Immigration has emerged — again — as a key issue in tomorrow's election. Are there lessons for today from the Reagan Administration? Plus, a former U.S. surgeon general on the debate over vaccinations. That and more on The Show.
The last weekend before Election Day is upon us, and the candidates are making their closing arguments. We'll hear where some of the key races stand, on the Fridays NewsCap. Plus, does voting by mail actually increase voter turnout? That and more on The Show.
There’s been talk for several election cycles about Arizona’s changing demographics and what that could mean for its politics. We look inside the playbook for winning elections in this state. Plus, why a growing number of people are watching what may be the most boring videos on the internet. That and more on The Show.
Autonomous vehicles are making their way to our on-ramps even sooner than many of us were expecting. How safe will they be and how will they affect our cities? Plus, we mark Halloween as a longtime Arizona family clears up the true origins of Dia de los Muertos. That and more on The Show.
Many observers have said the new NAFTA deal is similar to the original. There is one major difference though: how businesses settle disputes. Plus, could clergy lose their tax-exempt housing allowance? That and more on The Show.
Five years ago, Arizona expanded its Medicaid program after a bitter battle in the legislature. We hear how that move has impacted the state and its health care industry. Plus, a Mexican immigrant to the U.S. on why this might be the most challenging time between the two countries. That and more on The Show.
We're now a little more than a week from Election Day, and early ballots continue to be turnings in. We look at some of those numbers and some key races as Election Day draws near. And Phoenix Rising looks to continue its playoff run, and its effort to join Major League Soccer. That and more on The Show.
The idea of Medicare for All has become a big talking point in a number of campaigns this fall, both here in Arizona and elsewhere. What would that actually look like? Plus, the superintendent at Grand Canyon National Park has been reassigned amid undisclosed allegations. That and more on The Show.
A number of countries have implemented tariffs on American goods, in retaliation for American tariffs. Which parts of the country, and which parts of the economy, are most affected? Plus, a new survey finds shifting views in the year since the start of the #MeToo movement, but not in the ways you might think. That and more on The Show.