Episode 7: Presidential Preference Election — Who Can Vote And When
Today, we’re getting you ready for the Presidential Preference Election. On March 17, voters registered with the Democratic Party will pick their preferred candidate for the presidency.
Episode 6: Impeachment — Trump, Mecham And What’s Next
December, the U.S. House of Representatives voted along party lines to impeach President Donald Trump. He’s not the first president to go through this. And he will likely serve out the remainder of his term anyway. But why? And has anyone ever been both impeached and removed from office?
Episode 5: Rattlesnakes!
Today we're talking rattlesnakes! While there are many types in America, KJZZ's Casey Kuhn takes a look at how a few local ones live.
HEAR MORE: Research Shows Diamondback Rattlesnakes Are Social, Complex Creatures →
Episode 4: Saguaro Science
Why do saguaro cacti have arms? Why do they grow the way that they do? KJZZ's Mariana Dale went to the desert to find out.
HEAR MORE: Q&AZ: What Shapes Sagauro Cacti? →
Episode 3: Fixed Index Annuities
They say the earlier you decide to invest your money, the better. But, before you sign anything, you need to know exactly how your money may, or may not, perform — especially in a fixed index annuity. The market for these insurance products has boomed, but the complexity of these investments may feel misleading to the average consumer.
HEAR MORE: How Have Fixed Index Annuities Evolved And How Are Consumers Protected? →
Episode 2: Tepary Beans
Arizona’s earliest residents grew teparies for thousands of years, but in recent history, the beans were at risk of shriveling into obscurity.
HEAR MORE: Arizona-Grown Tepary Beans Preserve The Past, Hold Promise For The Future →
Episode 1: Water Supply
Water is a precious commodity, especially in the desert. Phoenix relies on surface water infrastructure, like dams and reservoirs, but the snowpack feeding those rivers was near record low this year. So managers are looking to bank future water supplies underground.
HEAR MORE: Water Savings And Checking Accounts: How Cities Bank On Future Supply →