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NPR News: 06-21-2018 12PM ET
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
KJZZ's The Show May 7, 2018
Special Olympics Organizers Plan Ahead To Beat The Heat
'Snapshot Of Contemporary Racism' In New 'Green Book'
The Takeaway: 'Out of Many, One." But Do We Have One American Identity?'
Could Private Partnerships Continue NASA's Golden Age?
What's Next For Arizona's #RedForEd Movement?
New Ways To Buy, Sell Homes Raise Questions About Role Of Agents
BBC Look-Ahead: Armenians Protest Their Government
Boas: AZ Feud Is 'Massive Failure Of Water Leadership'
What's Behind Rising Gas Prices?
Taylor Swift Visits Young Arizona Fan At Burn Center
Activist: Census Citizenship Question 'Scares The Hell Out Of Me'
Legislature Left $56M In Child Care Funding On The Table
Tucson Mayor: Budget May Take Away Raises For Some Teachers
What Arizona Legislature Did And Did Not Accomplish This Year
KJZZ's The Show May 4, 2018
Superman Celebrates 80 Years
El Tambo Fest Continues Its Second Year
Native American Artist Brings Contemporary Pieces To Heard
Exonerated Former Death Row Inmate On Abolishing Death Penalty
There May Be A Bigger Education Fight On The Horizon
Some Arizona School Districts Remain Closed To Plan
Arizona Teachers Reflect On Heading Back to Their Classrooms
KJZZ's Friday Newscap May 4, 2018
The Takeaway: How N.R.A. Fundraising Shapes The Political Landscape
Growing Real Estate Boom (And Concerns) In San Miguel De Allende
KJZZ's The Show May 3, 2018
Isaac Elementary School District Opens For Half-Days During Teacher Walkout
High School Senior Talks Walkout, Getting Back To School
Peoria Unified School District Officials Discuss Re-Opening Schools
Koch Foundation Donor Agreements Indicate Kochs Influenced Professor Hirings, Firings
Educators Filled House, Senate Galleries To Spectate Late-Night Budget Debate
After 6 Days Out Of School, Parents Ready For Kids To Go Back
Sounds Of The City: Singing Along With The Girls Chorus
#RedForEd Demonstrators Say Passed Budget Falls Short
The Takeaway: Inter-Korean Peace Through The Eyes of a North Korean Defector
Maricopa County, Diamondbacks Reach Deal On Chase Field
California Supreme Court Ruling A ' Seismic Shift' For Gig Workers
Arizona Economist Weighs In On State Budget
Details Revealed About Arizona's $10.4 Billion Budget
Law Professor: DACA Situation 'A Mess' With New Lawsuit
Major Change Coming For Independent Voters In Phoenix
2 Photographers Banned From HS Sports After Misconduct Allegations
Ducey Signs Education Funding Bill After Long Night Of Debate
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