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Ugandan folk musician Giovanni Kiyingi loves Phoenixs collaborative energy
Ugandan folk musician Giovanni Kiyingi can play a variety of traditional African and western instrument, including the kalimba, xylophone medina, ngoni, flute, drums — and more.
Jan. 27, 2023
Friday NewsCap: What to expect from Gallego vs. Sinema
Chuck Coughlin of HighGround and former state lawmaker and gubernatorial candidate Aaron Lieberman joined The Show to talk about the first official entrant into next year’s US Senate race in Arizona, the governor and attorney general pausing executions in the state and more
Jan. 27, 2023
Jewish Historical Society turns to TikTok to educate about Holocaust
Jan. 27 is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Holocaust and genocide education is now mandatory for Arizona middle and high school students, and educators are looking to students for a modern way to keep the message alive. And they’re counting on an unlikely platform, the social media site TikTok.
Jan. 27, 2023
GOP leaders pressure Hobbs to donate $1.3M in excess inaugural cash
The top two Republican lawmakers want Katie Hobbs to put money left over from the inaugural celebration into a state account — where it can't be used to elect more Democrats.
Jan. 26, 2023
Q&AZ: What is the water level in San Carlos Lake?
Through our Q&AZ reporting project, a listener asked what is the water level in San Carlos Lake.
Jan. 26, 2023
Women gain ground in U.S. scientific academies
Women and girls are widely underrepresented in the STEM fields, and studies show they face unequal access to pay, positions, publications and credit. But new research suggests positive trends in one area of acknowledgment: acceptance into American scientific academies.
Jan. 26, 2023
Horne urges lawmakers to waive school spending limit, avoid budget cuts
A House subcommittee held a hearing Thursday to review the state’s Aggregate Expenditure Limit (AEL). The Legislature made historic investments in public schools last summer, but districts can’t use those funds until the spending cap is waived.
Jan. 26, 2023
Gov. Hobbs to keep migrant busing program
Gov. Katie Hobbs’ press secretary Josselyn Berry said a key interest is safely and humanely transporting asylum seekers to their sponsors.
Jan. 26, 2023
Arizona lawmakers allowed to delete emails after 90 days
The Arizona Legislature will exempt itself from state public records law and will delete all email correspondence sent or received by staff or lawmakers after 90 days.
Jan. 26, 2023
Flagstaff digs itself out of record-breaking snow
The city of Flagstaff registered a record-breaking five-plus feet of snow this month, and it’s not over yet with freezing temperatures sticking around and another storm expected early next week.
Jan. 26, 2023
Phoenix launches ongoing survey to measure public perception
Phoenix is looking for feedback from residents as part of an ongoing community survey.
Jan. 26, 2023
AZ House committee advances bill putting restrictions on secretary of state
An Arizona House committee has passed a measure that would require the secretary of state to recuse themselves from running certain portions of an election, if they are also on the ballot.
Jan. 26, 2023
2023 could be another banner year for Latin music
Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny was Spotify’s most streamed artist of the year, and his megahit “Un Verano Sin Ti” was its No. 1 album. But 2022 wasn’t just about one artist.
Jan. 26, 2023
Why AG Mayes is pausing the death penalty
New Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes is pausing executions in Arizona — putting the use of the death penalty on hold until a review of the process is completed.
Jan. 26, 2023
Conservationists urge SRP to give up its gas plant fight
Earlier this week, a judge upheld the Arizona Corporation Commission’s ruling against a proposed gas power plant near Coolidge. Sandy Bahr, director of the Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter, joined The Show to talk about the ruling.
Jan. 26, 2023
GOP lawmakers know Hobbs will veto their budget. Heres why theyre submitting it
Republicans at the state Capitol are getting ready to send their version of a state budget to Gov. Katie Hobbs — a baseline budget that will likely be met with a hasty veto.
Jan. 26, 2023
An argument for the protection of geoglyphs in Arizona
Geoglyphs are massive etchings on the land found found all over the world, including in Arizona, where development can threaten their preservation.
Jan. 26, 2023
Heres how much Super Bowl prep is costing the state
The Super Bowl is just a few weeks away, and preparations are underway across the Valley for the game in Glendale. A lot of those preparations can be expensive, and the state is picking up some of the tab for them.
Jan. 26, 2023
How to check if any of Arizonas $2 billion in unclaimed property belongs to you
Arizona’s Department of Revenue says it has more than $2 billion in unclaimed property belonging to people who live — or have lived — in the state. Some of the items are on the auction block.
More Arizona business news
Jan. 26, 2023
Advocates call on Congress to create a path to citizenship for Afghan refugees
Advocates hoping to secure a pathway to citizenship for thousands of Afghans who were evacuated from their country in August 2021 are hoping to engage with lawmakers again now that Congress is back in session.
Jan. 26, 2023

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