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KJZZ's The Show May 4, 2017
Researchers Trying To Integrate Future Modeling
How Much Science Is There Behind Lethal Injection?
Telemental Health An Option For Areas Short Of Physicians
Arizona Border Counties Working Together On Common Goals
Study: 6.2 Mil Women Get Publicly Funded Contraceptive Services
Arizona Family Health Partnership CEO Weighs In On Planned Parenthood Funds
Crunching The Numbers On Teacher Pay Raise Proposals
What Are The Complexities Of Building Houses On Navajo Nation?
Podcast Playlist: Juliet Texts Romeo From Hell
The Takeaway: The Shift: Exploring America’s Rapidly Changing Workforce
Concerns Raised Over Green's Nomination For Army Secretary
Rep. Sinema Decides She Won't Challenge Sen. Flake
Sounds Of The City: Training Horses For The Track
Arizona's ELL Classrooms Struggle With Teacher Shortages, Low Graduation Rates
KJZZ's The Show May 3, 2017
Are Your Napkins Too Pretty To Use?
Marking International Spam Day With The Father Of E-Spam
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds California Ban On Conversion Therapy
New Tool Helps Define Peer Cities
Student Loan Defaults On The Rise
Report: High School Graduation Rates Up In Almost Every State
What Is A Humanist, And What Do They Believe?
Budget Work Begins At The Capitol
Reporter Weighs In On Discovered Voter Registration Forms
Two Guys On Your Head: How Did Humans Evolve To Hate?
The Takeaway: In Venezuela, A Game Of Constitutional Roulette
The Takeaway: An Uncertain Future As Tillerson Plans State Department Overhaul
KJZZ's The Show May 2, 2017
Snowbowl Still Open, Has Longest Season Ever In 79-year History
Survey: Public Value Of Natural Resources Damaged By BP Oil Spill At $17 Billion
Bill To Allow Foster Kids To Buy Car Insurance Hits Ducey's Desk
Arizona Aiming To Increase Post-Secondary Degrees, Certificates
Do Arizona Schools Pay Enough Attention To High Performing Students?
Phoenix Cab Stories: Ali
Research: Younger Workers — Not Just Millennials — Job Hop
$2.27 Million Federal Grant To Help With Valley Fever Research
Author Weighs In On Latest Effort To Repeal Affordable Care Act
Critic Of Charter School Loan Guarantees Considering Lawsuit
What Has Broken The Logjam At The Legislative Session?
The Takeaway: The GOP Renews Push To Repeal Obamacare
The Takeaway: Sen. Durbin Pushes To Reform H-1B Visa Program
As U.S. Prepares For NAFTA Talks, China Already Moving Into Mexican Auto Market
KJZZ's The Show May 1, 2017
Lambda Legal CEO: People Are Very, Very Scared — But Also Optimistic
Latest U.S. National Security Concerns Coming From North Korea
Key Debate To Happen In France's Presidential Election
McCain Weighs In On U.S. Relations With Other Nations
What If Sociologists Had As Much Influence As Economists?
U.S. Short On Judges Who Can Handle Immigration-Related Cases
On May Day, Immigrants Rights Groups Protest Against Trump
Education Groups File Suit Over Funding For School Construction, Maintenance
Arizona Lawmakers Continue Working On New State Budget
The Takeaway: The Deep Grip Of American Conspiracy Theories
The Takeaway: San Francisco As A Sanctuary City: A Story Of Blame, Tragedy And Debate
Seeing Yourself In Art, Literally: The Rise Of The Museum Selfie
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me
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