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KJZZ's The Show March 20, 2017
What Inspires Arizona Artist Ed Mell To Keep Creating?
'T2 Trainspotting:' How Has Portrayal Of Drugs In Films Evolved?
Woman With Cancer Helping Others — With A Pink Truck
Artist Creates Billboard With Trump, Swastika-Like Symbols
The Takeaway: US Strikes A Combative Tone With North Korea
BBC Look-Ahead Covers Islamic State, South Korea
Book Examines Hidden Sexuality In Victorian Literature
Republic Reporter Weighs In On Arizona Universities' Tuition Proposals
Cybersecurity: Do We Have To Sacrifice Privacy For True Security?
The Takeaway: On Capitol Hill, Lawmakers Search For The Truth On Russia
Friday Last Day For Bills To Be Heard In Legislative Committees
Phoenix Zoo Works To Save Endangered, Threatened Species
KJZZ's The Show, March 17, 2017
Discovering Bands At SXSW
Friday Newscap: March 17, 2017
Glendale Folk And Heritage Festival Celebrates Arizona's Music History
'Ear Film' at Mesa Arts Center Showcases Sound Experience
Gila River Indian Community Signs New Colorado River Agreement
The Takeaway: Former EPA Head: Trump's Budget an 'All Out Assault' on the Environment
Phoenix Historic Neighborhoods In Court Over FAA Flight Paths
EMILY's List Recruiting Pro-Choice Women To Run For Office
Goldwater Institute Attorney Discusses Ruling On Medicaid Expansion
Arizona Students' Elk-Detection Invention A Finalist In National Competition
KJZZ's The Show, March 16, 2017
Will Obama's Final Four Predictions Come True?
Podcast Playlist: Planet Money
Sounds Of The City: Planting Fruit Trees With The Family
Thousands Who Practice Jedi-ism Have The Force With Them
SXSW Panel Asks: Do Music Journalists Matter Anymore?
What Are Some Risks Of Being A Whistleblower?
Pantry Helps Homeless With Toiletries, Feminine Hygiene Products
What's Behind Spike In Cell-Phone Searches At Border?
Bonnaroo Festival Founders To Launch Lost Lake Festival In Phoenix
How Often Does Empty Big Retail Space Transform Into Something Else?
Mesa Program Empty Bowls Raises Money To Fight Hunger
The Takeaway: Here's What's In President Trump's 'Skinny Budget'
The Takeaway: Trump's Travel Ban: What's Next
Retail Groups Speak Out Against Border Adjustment Tax
Navajo Special-Education School To Get Clean Water
KJZZ's The Show March 15, 2017
Phoenix Zoo, Members Donating To Save Endangered Porpoise
The Pulse: Why One Man Swallowed Parasitic Worm Eggs
Where Did American Food Traditions Come From?
How Significant Is Northwestern's Entry Into NCAA Basketball Tournament?
What Does Stark's District 3 Win Mean For Phoenix Council?
Women's Business Conference To Focus On Latinas In STEM Careers
The Takeaway: Community College Students Struggle With Hunger, Homelessness
The Takeaway: UN Warns Of Crisis As Five Nations Teeter On The Brink Of Starvation
What Are Short- And Long-Term Prospects Of US Economy?
Groups Discuss Arizona Supreme Court Ruling On Min Wage
SXSW: For Musicians, Is It Worth It?
South Scottsdale Fosters 'Small Town Mentality,' New Growth
Despite Commission Vote, Arizona Regulator To Move Forward With Dark-Money Inquiry
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