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KJZZ's The Show April 18, 2017
Phoenix Cab Stories: Angel
ASU Class Teaches Students How To Help Those Crossing Desert
Algorithms May Not Lie, But They Can Have Bias
American Bar Association Sues U.S. Education Department
Researcher Studying Ways To Reduce Freeway Wrong-Way Drivers
4 Countries In Africa, Middle East At Risk Of Starvation
Teen-Focused Programs Attracting Older Audiences
Are Millennials A 'Job-Hopping' Generation?
Advocates Happy Bill To Ban Teen Texting While Driving Is Moving Again
How Did Pollsters Get November Election So Wrong?
Grijalva Shares Lawsuit Concerns Over Proposed Border Wall
The Pulse: Sharks Aren't Just For Boys: Gills Club Inspires Aspiring Female Biologists
The Takeaway: Political Divides Sharpen Between Urban And Rural Areas
A Musical Tribute To Arizona Violinist Jane Hilton, A Friend To Many
Tempe Officials Begin Hiring Teachers For The City's Free Pre-K Program
KJZZ's The Show April 17, 2017
Phoenix Magazine Looks At Impact Of 'Raising Arizona'
Author Explores Water Rights, State Cooperation On Colorado River
Is The Lower Colorado The Most Endangered River In The Country?
Growing Tensions Between U.S., North Korea Getting More Attention
Mexican Artist In Valley To Create Community Art Project
How California Has Gone From Drought To Deluge
1,400 Economists Write Letter To Trump On Benefits Of Immigration
Last Day For Tucson Residents To Register To Vote In City Election
Arizona Lawmakers Continue Work On New State Budget
The Pulse: Athletes Chase Competitive Advantage By Cutting Weight
The Takeaway: Activists Say Human Rights Are Under Threat In Turkey
The Takeaway: Tension Mounts with North Korea
New Sanctuary Movement Faces Uncertain Future
Bachata Finds A Beat In The Dominican Republic, Phoenix
KJZZ's The Show April 14, 2017
Friday Newscap: April 14, 2017
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera Exhibit Showing At Heard Museum
Arizona Dental Association: Oral Health A Matter Of Coverage, Not Access
Scottsdale Company Taking Drinking Water Out Of The Air
The Quiz Show: Clock
The Takeaway: Japan Braces For Next North Korean Missile Test
Maricopa County Recorder's Office Names New Elections Director
How Significant Is U.S. Dropping Megabomb In Afghanistan?
Is America In A Cold Civil War?
Group Aims To Reduce Political Dysfunction, Incivility
Flake Faces Raucous Opposition At Mesa Town Hall
Can Expanded Computer Science Education In Rural Areas Prevent Brain Drain?
Dominican Baseball Players Expected To Show Up On The Field And In The Classroom
KJZZ's The Show April 13, 2017
Suns Are Young — And Fans Have A Lot To Look Forward To
Putting A Dollar Value On Ecosystems
Trump's Infrastructure Bill Called A Washington Fantasy
Amazon Increases Physical Presence, Tax Collection
Public-School Advocates Demand Pay Raises For Teachers
Suspect Arrested In 2010 Murder Of Border Patrol Agent
What Are The Trends For This Year's Hugo Awards Nominees?
Professor's Project Highlights Stories In African-American Papers
Forest Service Holding Meetings On 4FRI Restoration Goals
Legislative Majorities Continue To Modify Citizen-Initiatives Bill
Podcast Playlist: The World Of Travel
The Takeaway: Former ICE Official Challenges Trump's Tough Immigration Policy
Stateless People, Undocumented Immigrants Face Uncertainty In The Dominican Republic
Source Code And Beyond: Navajo Students In Shiprock Dive Into The World Of Coding
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