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KJZZ's The Show June 28, 2017
How We Really Do Let Power Go To Our Heads
'Text Neck' A Physical Problem Related To Smartphones
Professor Devoted To Identifying Signs Of Suicide Unique To Doctors
Phoenix Offering Up 13 Lots For Sale In Historic Garfield District
Audit Finds Phoenix Convention Center Expansion Paying Off
U.S. Supreme Court Rules On 4 Cases Related To Religion
Barrio Urbano Closes; What Does It Mean For 7th St. Restaurants?
Pima County Looking Into Enacting First-Ever Sales Tax
The Takeaway: Taking On Texas: Municipalities Sue Over Sanctuary Cities Law
ASU President Crow's Paycheck Highest Among Nation's Public Universities
MCCCD Governing Board Votes To Appeal Ruling On DACA Student Tuition
EPCOR To Consolidate Wastewater Districts, Charge Flat Fee
Fry Bread Nation: Navajo Secret To Long Life
KJZZ's The Show June 27, 2017
Washington Post Journalist Shares Experience Covering Middle East
How Successful Are Medical Crowdfunding Campaigns?
After Custody Ruling In Arizona, How Should Same-Sex Couples Proceed?
Medicaid Cuts From Senate Health Bill Concern Arizona Hospitals
Arizona Reports 191 Suspected Opioid Overdoses, 15 Deaths Over 7 Days
Phoenix Cab Stories: Matt
The Takeaway: For Conservatives, GOP Health Bill A Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity
Nationwide Analysis Of Gerrymandering Shows Arizona Districts 'A Little More Representative' Than Other States
Policy, Politics On The Agenda At Koch Brothers' Conference
Navajo Generating Station To Operate Until 2019
NAFTA On Agenda For Sen. Jeff Flake’s Meeting With Mexican Senators
Joe Arpaio Contempt Case: Former Attorney Takes The Stand
Fry Bread Nation: A Deadly Legacy
ASU Pilot Project Aims To Make Science And Math More Accessible Through Language
KJZZ's The Show June 26, 2017
What If Scientists Could Better Predict When A Volcano Might Erupt?
Heat Is Taking Its Toll On People, Public Resources
Indian Prime Minister Visit, Military Offensive In Mosul Among International News This Week
What's The State Of Arizona Coyotes After Busy Week Last Week?
Report Shows Many Challenges Rural Schools Face In Arizona
Analysis: 22% Of Arizona Teachers Lacked Full Qualifications
New Annotated Version of 'Frankenstein' Explores Science, Engineering, Philosophy
Amazon Bid For Whole Foods Making Restaurant Owners Nervous
Republic Editorial Board Urges Senate To Put Brakes On Health Bill
Ability360 CEO Weighs In On New Senate Health-Care Bill
The Takeaway: With Modi's Visit, Trump's Campaign Promise On India Put To The Test
Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio Contempt-Of-Court Trial Begins In Phoenix
Fry Bread Nation: A Tragic Necessity
KJZZ's The Show June 23, 2017
Friday Newscap: June 23, 2017
Sikh Tempe Holding Open House To Raise Awareness About Religion
Motorcyclist Advocate Weighs In On Rider Fatalities, How To Ride Safer
Suns Getting Good Grades From NBA Draft
Connecting To Tradition Through Ecology
Why are entry-level houses so hard to get right now In Phoenix Area?
Stay On Arizona Executions Lifted
Arizonans Share Perspectives On New Senate Health Bill
The Takeaway: Disability Advocates: GOP Health Bill Will Dismantle A Social Safety Net
Can Metro Phoenix Ever Become Bike-Friendly? MCDOT Is Trying To Find Out
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