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NPR News: 06-20-2018 5AM ET
KJZZ's The Show May 11, 2018
'Portlanders' Encourage Travel To Pacific Northwest
New Senior Home Includes Sensors To Track Movement, Catch Health Problems
Mormon Temple Renovation Raises Preservation Concerns
Mystery Novel Delves Into Infamous Phoenix Car Bombing
California Mandates Solar Power On All Newly-Built Homes
Mayor Stanton: Diamondbacks Belong in Downtown Phoenix
KJZZ's Friday Newscap May 11, 2018
Mormon Church Separating From Boy Scouts
Immigration Will Be 'Significant Component' Of McCain Legacy
The Takeaway: #MeToo Takes Different Shape in Pennsylvania Statehouse
KJZZ's The Show May 10, 2018
Arizona Lawsuit Could Test Limits Of Free Speech, Right To Boycott
Is A 'Blue Wave' Coming?
Hospitals To Get More Money to Treat Medicaid Patients
Several Arizona Charter Schools Show Financial 'Red Flags'
Scottsdale Voters To Decide Tax Increase For Transportation
Military Access To Dependents' Medical Records May Bar Enlistment For Some
Former Intelligence Member Discusses N. Korea Negotiations
Sounds Of The City: Feeding A Big Appetite At The Phoenix Zoo
Maricopa County Finalizes Deal With Diamondbacks
GRACE Steps In Amid Church's Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Chandler Considering Fewer Parking Lots In The Future
After Leaving Multiple Deals, How Is America's Reputation?
Coconino County To Comply With Disabilities Act On Voting Access
The Takeaway: America's Religious Identity Experiences Major Shifts
Podcast Playlist: Alone: A Love Story
KJZZ's The Show May 9, 2018
Sessions Sets Case Quotas For Immigrant Court Judges
Do Drivers Expect Too Much From Autonomous Cars?
How Big Are The Cultural Divisions In America?
Web Giants Ban Ads Leading Up To Irish Referendum Vote
How The Highway Helped Shape American Politics
Experts Worry About Gap Between Low, Higher Performing Readers
Keeping A Unique Water Tradition Alive In S. Colorado’s Acequias
Save Our Schools Arizona To Help Anti-'Dark Money' Campaign
Museums Question Confederate Monuments' Place Within Their Walls
Two Guys On Your Head: The Psychology Of Attention Spans
The Takeaway: Gina Haspel Faces Tough Confirmation To Head C.I.A.
Writer Examines The Future Of Female Political Candidates
Westmarc CEO: West Valley Trying To Update Its Perception
KJZZ's The Show May 8, 2018
What Role Do Consumers Play In Data Security?
MPI: Immigration Arrests Up, But Nowhere Near Peak
Arizona AG Tells Sedona To Change Rules On Home Sharing
Do Strikes Get Better Results In Union States?
Congresswoman Considers New Civilian Conservation Corps
Arizonan Reflects On Memories As Family Home Is Torn Down
Why Do We Use Colors To Represent Our Political Leanings?
'Complete Streets' Project Takes On Hot Temps, Slow Process
Will Separating Families At Border Be A Deterrent?
Law Professor Explains County's Liability For Arpaio's Actions
The Takeaway: Tens of Thousands Strike Across California's Public Universities
The Pulse: Indigenous Traditions Get Science Backing
The Takeaway: Trump Appointees Reshaping Federal Courts
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A key state lawmaker on what the legislature might be able to do about the drought.
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