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KJZZ's The Show April 4, 2018
Do Monarch Butterflies Need Federal Protection?
'Upper West Side' Phoenix Seeks To Attract Restaurants, Developers
Why Equipping Classrooms With Tech Is A Difficult Process
The Unintended Consequences Of Fixing The 'Grain Glitch'
Arizona Governor Signs New Human Embryo Law
Free Speech Index Ranks States On Political Giving Freedom
Leaders Commemorate 50th Anniversary Of MLK Jr.'s Assassination
Kind World: A Different Window
What Trump's Plan For National Guard Could Mean For AZ
SRP Board One Step Closer To Renewable Energy Agenda
Two Guys On Your Head: The Psychology Of The Gun Debate
The Takeaway: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy, 50 Years Later
KJZZ's The Show April 3, 2018
More On U.S. Supreme Court Ruling In Excessive Force Case
John McCain's Legacy: The Rio Reimagined
How One School Is Dealing With Its Low Letter Grade
ASU Professor Receives Stockholm Water Prize
MCCCD Launching IT Institute In Mesa This Fall
Beauty Company Rallies Its Marketers To Lobby Congress
Arizona First State To Be Called 'Regulatory Sandbox'
Salt River Project Electing New Board Members
Court To Decide On In-State Tuition For DACA Students
The Takeaway: Tariffs, Trade Wars And Soybeans
Californians Are Back To Using About As Much Water As Before Drought
Inmates Get Free Pads, Tampons; Health Concerns Remain
When A Drought Lasts 18 Years, Does It Need A New Name?
KJZZ's The Show April 2, 2018
March Madness Comes To End In San Antonio
Civilian Casualties In Syria And U.S. Accountability
Author: Current Culture War May Be Linked To Education
What If States, Cities Tried To Attract Small Business?
BBC Look-Ahead: Russia, Iran And Turkey Meet This Week
Phil Boas On The Use Of The Word 'Terrorism'
You Can Now Text 911 In Maricopa County
Mormon Church Undergoing Some Drastic Changes
Monday Morning Dumpster Dive:Keeper Security Drops Lawsuit Against Tech Reporter
MCCCD Defends DACA In-State Tuition At Arizona Surpreme Court
The Takeaway: Deadly Clashes Mark Start Of Demonstrations In Gaza
Arizona Lawmakers Wrap Up Current Legislative Session
Do You Feel Old? We Ask The Question: How Old Is Old?
KJZZ's The Show March 30, 2018
How Do Prolonged Crime Sprees Affect Communities?
KJZZ's Friday Newscap March 30, 2018
Study Explores Differences Between Brains Of Men, Women
How Much Tech Risk Should Be Taken In The Name Of Progress?
Fashion Square Getting More Stores That Started Out Online
TGen Working With Retired NFL Players To Study CTE
Bill Changing Laws On Frozen Embryos Raises Legal Questions
The Takeaway: Controversial Online University Launches Next Month
ABOR President Eileen Klein Talks Tuition, Resignation
ICE Now Detaining Pregnant Undocumented Immigrants
How The ‘Grand’ Became The ‘Colorado’ And What It Says About Our Relationship To Nature
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A key state lawmaker on what the legislature might be able to do about the drought.
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