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KJZZ's Here and Now
KJZZ's Here & Now was an interview program hosted by Steve Goldstein that aired on Wednesday mornings until 2016. Hear Steve Goldstein weekdays on KJZZ's
at 9 a.m.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Telling The Story Of Women Who Tried 'Crossing The Horizon'
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Phoenix Mayor To Legislature: Don't Like New Phoenix Policies? Run For Office Here
Can The Valley End Homelessness?
Arizona Republic Endorses Democratic Presidential Nominee For First Time In 126-Year History
Defining What Makes Someone Newsworthy
When Valley Bandmates Became Parents, Music Remained A Constant
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Unraveling Ideas Of Arizona Trump Supporters
Book Explores How Water Can Create Collaboration Instead Of Conflict
Author Craig Johnson On Longmire And The Evolution Of Crime Protagonists
'Check, Please! Arizona' Welcomes Mark Tarbell As New Host
Christine Jones Ready To 'Fight Another Day' After Congressional Primary Defeat
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Arizona Republic TV Critic Disappointed With Election 2016 Coverage
'American Umpire' Documentary Examines US Involvement In Other Nations
Former Arizona Republic Editor Digs Into Arizona's Organized Crime History
The Current State Of Arizona's Major Professional Sports Teams
Performance In The Borderlands Project Creates Interactive Experiences For Communities
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Post-Recession Budget Realities Push Arizona Public Universities To Rethink Value, Success
Dust Hasn't Settled In Battle For Conservative, East Valley Congressional District
Arizona Voter Education Guides Show Up On Your Doorstep And Online — Is It Enough?
Message From LGBT Advocates: 'Open Your Heart'
New Name Unites Divisions Of Scottsdale Arts
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Breaking Down Arizona's Primary From Faulty Results Website To Competitive Races
Is Trump's Immigration Policy More Symbolic Than Substantive?
Author: Elena Kagan Working To Make Her Mark On Supreme Court
Tucson Author Finds 'A Love Story' in Moby-Dick
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
'El Che' Seeks To Understand Man Behind Ubiquitous T-Shirt
Catch Up On Arizona Congressional Primaries
ASU Academic: New Arizona Voter Registration Numbers An 'Anomaly'
More Than Medication: Hospice Care Expands
Praised Valley Chef Kevin Binkley Selling Two Restaurants
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How employers are trying to keep their workers, amid "The Big Quit."
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