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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
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Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Holocaust Museum Brings Hate Speech Presentation To The Valley
Facing Competition, Whole Foods Reduces Profit Outlook
Scottsdale E-Cigarette Maker On The FDA's Proposed Regulations
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Health, Weather Groups Team Up To Beat The Heat
Filmmaker Gives Alice Cooper The Documentary Treatment
Arizona Town Hall Focuses On Vulnerable Population
Phoenix City Council Expected To Face Unhappy Union Members
Legislature To Tackle Child Welfare In Special Session
Musician Roger Clyne Talks New Album, 'Stage Persona'
DPS: Rubbernecking Is Distracted Driving, Too
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Vetoes And More From The State Capitol
How Are Ridesharing Companies Faring In Arizona?
The Economist Declares Arizona Politics 'Saner Than It Looks'
Arpaio's Fondness For Media Attention The Subject Of New Documentary
Phoenix Art Museum Director Retires
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
'I Want A Helicopter Ride' — A Preview Of The Phoenix Improv Festival
Political Season Is Already Underway In Arizona
What's On The Chopping Block As Phoenix Faces $38 Million Deficit?
Space Exploration Missions Boost Universities — And The Local Economy
Work Still Underway To Create New Child Welfare Agency
Sun Is Setting On Suns' Season
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
State Budget Awaits Approval From Gov. Brewer
Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Smith Targeted In Ad
The Difficulties Of Diagnosing Valley Fever
What Above Normal Temperatures Now Can Mean For This Summer
Second Stage Of Arizona Biosciences Roadmap Launched
New Phoenix New Times Music Editor Takes Over
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
US Soccer Team Plays Mexico At University Of Phoenix Stadium
US Supreme Court Strikes Down Aggregate Limits On Campaign Contributions
Charles Keating Leaves A Lasting Legacy In Arizona
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