How the work of a legendary artist affected how Americans viewed women.
The latest on the November election and updates made by the Maricopa County Recorder's office. A music chat with musician Ben Cortes. And we'll talk about the undead — in a conversation about zombies. That and more on The Show.
Last week, President Trump came to Arizona to endorse candidate McSally for Senate. We hear how much impact people like Trump and Gabrielle Giffords have on getting out the vote. Plus, this month's Tiny Desert Concert brings us the Polish folk-inspired sound of koleżanka. That and more on The Show.
In the 1960s, Baseline Road was lined with acres of flower fields. We talk to one of the Japanese families that grew them. Plus, we analyze the week's top stories on the Friday Newscap. That and more on The Show.
Arizona voters will decide whether to approve or block an expansion of private school scholarships. We hear the pros and cons of Prop 305. Plus, the somewhat creepy discovery recently made in an Italian cemetery. That and more on The Show.
Monday night’s U.S. Senate debate between Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema included deep disagreement on healthcare policy. We fact-check what the candidates had to say. Plus, could strands of hanging rope be a solution to Phoenix's urban heat island? That and more on The Show.
You've probably seen the signs or the ads, warning you about the dangers of taxes on services in Arizona. What's behind Prop 126, and the pros and cons of the measure. And, we'll learn more about an historic Phoenix cemetery and the efforts to protect it. That and more on The Show.
It’s nearly impossible to watch TV right now without seeing an ad in support or opposition to Prop 127. We hear the merits of the clean energy initiative debated. Plus, are identity politics fracturing the country? That and more on The Show.
Dueling signs dot Scottsdale roadways on the future of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. We hear the pros and cons of Proposition 420. Plus, we analyze the week's top stories on the Friday Newscap. That and more on The Show.
You’ve probably seen campaigns signs for Steve Ferrara and Greg Stanton, who are competing for an open Congressional seat. We hear the two candidates debate the issues. Plus, just in time for Halloween, we’ll take you to some of Arizona’s ghost towns. That and more on The Show.
The deadline to register to vote in this fall’s election was yesterday. We get an update on the latest numbers as early voting gets underway. Plus, we take a spin in a self-driving car and find out how Waymo’s early ridership program is going. That and more on The Show.
When the FCC repealed net neutrality, California and other states tried to fill the void, but a federal lawsuit may affect that effort. Plus, a well-known comedian on the history of stand-up. That and more on The Show.
Voters in Scottsdale will decide whether to increase their sales taxes to pay for transportation projects. We'll hear what that money will pay for and why it’s set to expire in a decade. Plus, bridging social and geographical divides to build a more sustainable food supply. That and more on The Show.
Growth at Northern Arizona University has led to rapid growth in Flagstaff. We'll hear why some residents are concerned about that and what they want to do about it. Plus, we’ll analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
There had been an expectation that the gig economy would soon be a pretty big part of the overall economy, but new data shows that’s not happening. Plus, the changing face of retail — through a camera lens. That and more on The Show.
Former Attorney General Grant Woods is expected to switch from Republican to Democrat to run for U.S. Senate. How successful are candidates who move from one political party to another? Plus, how an underground punk rock movement helped lead to the fall of the Berlin Wall. That and more on The Show.
Genetic research and testing is helping us learn more about our family histories and the diseases we may face down the road. Are more people electing for surgery to head off potential ailments? Plus, are today’s political protests any more sustainable than those from decades ago? That and more on The Show.
The idea of upward mobility has been part of this country for generations. New research looks at how education funding impacts peoples’ ability to move up. Plus, more international visitors are coming to the US, but not from the countries you might think. That and more on The Show.
The South Phoenix light rail extension is moving forward after some bumps in the road. We’ll hear from Mayor Thelda Williams and those aiming to succeed her. Plus, we’ll analyze the week’s top stories — including two gubernatorial debates — on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
Some supporters of Prop 127 argue, if it passes, it’ll create thousands of new jobs in the solar industry. We’ll examine that claim. Plus, are national parks bearing the brunt of climate change? That and more on The Show.
More Americans are dying from Alzheimer’s Disease every year. Despite that, many people still believe they’ll see a cure in their lifetime. Plus, does the word "resistance" carry the weight it used to in the realm of political activism? That and more on The Show.