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.
Arizona has a new U.S. senator — who’s actually a former senator who served for three terms. Learn what Jon Kyl’s legislative priorities are for the rest of 2018. Plus, CEO pay at America’s biggest companies has risen dramatically. That and more on The Show.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has been under the microscope for the past few years. We'll hear the candidates for that panel take to the debate stage in advance of November’s election. Plus, we’ll talk about some of the other key races, and analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
Thousands of Arizona educators walked out in the spring as part of the #RedForEd movement. What kind of effect do teacher strikes have? Plus, what’s next for Phoenix’s proposed light rail extension? That and more on The Show.
There are more female candidates for public office across the country this year than every before. Is the dynamic more about female vs.male than Democrat vs. Republican? Plus why a magazine ranking shouldn't determine where you go to college. That and more on The Show.
There are more than a 100 miles of canals throughout the Valley. How are cities and developers trying to make them bigger attractions? Plus, technology’s growing impact on our lives. That and more on The Show.
The state and its cities have been at odds on a number of issues over the past several years. We'll hear one mayor’s plan to bring the sides closer together. Plus, has the NFL been dragged into the country’s culture wars? That and more on The Show.
With early voting still a couple of weeks away for this fall’s mid-term elections, we’re being inundated with political commercials and polls. We'll hear where the races stand, and the rest of the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, squeeze in — we’ll hear about the incredible shrinking airplane. That and more on The Show.
A wall along the country’s southern border was a major part of President Trump’s campaign, and could play a big role in funding the government this fall. What does a new report have to say about the potential impacts of building it? Plus, the faces of Scottsdale history through photos. That and more on The Show.
A summit starting Wednesday focuses on climate change, learning how cities and states are working to tackle the problem. Plus, we’ll meet Arizona’s first female Lutheran Bishop. That and more on The Show.
Colin Kaepernick has reappeared on the public stage in a new ad campaign from Nike, has that re-emergence derailed the fight over NFL players and the national anthem? Plus, we know athletic activity can help mental health, but which specific exercises are the best? That and more on The Show.
Our long, hot summers can impact our health. In fact, scientists have revealed a connection between higher temperatures and suicide rates. Plus, why some ASU students will be taking their science labs into virtual reality. That and more on The Show.
Arizona has a new U.S. senator, and a Republican is considering a run for the seat as a Democrat. We’ll analyze all the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, Phoenix is looking for creative ideas to redevelop a midcentury bank. That and more on The Show.
It’s been getting more and more expensive to live in Flagstaff. Voters will now consider funding one affordable housing solution. And how does Arizona compare to the nation, when it comes to people with pre-existing conditions? That and more on The Show.
Support is growing for paying teachers more and providing better environments for instruction. But a new survey indicates that while parents appreciate teachers, they don’t want their kids going into the profession. Plus, getting more specific data on the urban heat island. That and more on The Show.