Arizona has been under a curfew all week, as protests continue over police violence. Our Friday Newscap panelists analyze this and more of the week’s top stories. Plus, a legal victory for same-sex couples seeking Social Security survivor’s benefits. That and more on The Show.
Healthcare workers are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Who’s helping them deal with the mental health challenges that follow? Plus, how the economic fallout from the pandemic is affecting student loans. That and more on The Show.
Law enforcement agencies across the country have taken a variety of approaches to public protests. We'll look at how the City of Phoenix has attempted to balance freedom with enforcement. Plus, a physician from Doctors Without borders on efforts to help the Navajo Nation deal with the pandemic.
Arizona’s schools have received guidance on the process of reopening in the next couple of months. What specific challenges do rural districts face? And how pandemic-related federal funding has spotlighted the need to increase the state’s unemployment payments. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey says K-12 schools in Arizona will have students on campus before the end of summer. Superintendent Kathy Hoffman will tell us what that reopening plan looks like. Plus, updates and commentary on the weekend's protest. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s U.S. Senate race is looking like an uphill climb for incumbent Martha McSally. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap analyzes the latest political polling and the state’s other top stories. Plus, how music can shape and manipulate our emotions. That and more on The Show.
The coronavirus pandemic has hurt a lot of businesses, both here in Arizona and across the country. We'll hear about half of Latino-owned businesses say they haven't received any financial support and are being unequally affected. Plus, Arizona's original poet laureate on ways to keep creativity alive from home. That and more on The Show.
As Arizona continues re-opening its economy, some photos have emerged of people not following health guidelines while out and about. We'll hear who’s in charge of enforcing those guidelines and how they can effectively do that job. Plus, the state archives has added the first editions of the Navajo Times to its digitized collection. That and more on The Show.
Could there be a third wave of illnesses after the current pandemic is over? Two experts say it could be deadlier than COVID-19. Plus, how the pandemic has affected academic research projects. That and more on The Show.
This Memorial Day Monday, The Show is looking back at some of our favorite interviews – from a look at whether civil discussion and bipartisanship are still possible, to a conversation about Dr. Suess. We’ll also get some laughs with a Valley comedian in our Stand Up Sit Down series. That and more on The Show.
More Arizonans ventured out this week after the Governor’s stay-at-home order lapsed. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema tells us who should be deciding when the nation and individual communities fully reopen for business. Plus, our Friday NewsCap panel weighs in on the politics of the pandemic and the state’s other top stories. That and more on The Show.
November may bring us an election very different from what we’ve ever seen before. We'll look at what can be done to make sure voting — in-person or by mail — is fair. Plus, the effort to compensate Navajo Nation residents whose health was compromised by nuclear tests. That and more on The Show.
A team of researchers at ASU has published its coronavirus modeling data online. We'll look at how Arizona compares to other states and why that comparison matters. Plus, how lung cancer changed one Arizona comedian's approach to making people laugh. That and more on The Show.
Cities across the Valley and state are dealing with budget deficits as the coronavirus pandemic has shuttered economies. We'll hear how Scottsdale’s budget picture is playing into its mayoral race. Plus, why many child care centers may never reopen after the pandemic — and what that means for Arizona kids. That and more on The Show.
The Valley’s housing market was doing well before the pandemic. Has that changed, and will Arizonans be looking to move to the suburbs as a result of coronavirus? Plus, how the pandemic is affecting special education, and what changes might need to be made heading into next school year. That and more on The Show.
Gyms, pools and restaurants are reopening around Arizona as the state’s stay at home order expires. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap analyze the politics of Gov. Ducey’s decision and the state’s other top stories. Plus, why the Navajo Nation has emerged as such a coronavirus hotspot. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s public universities say they plan to re-open with in-person classes this fall. We'll hear the president of Grand Canyon University on his school’s plans to do the same. And as some Valley casinos plan to reopen Friday, what the industry might look like going forward. That and more on The Show.
Schools have been closed for months, and students have been doing their learning from home. The state’s largest teachers union wants an official vision for how to move forward in the fall. Plus, how the pandemic is affecting what kinds of food — and how much — gets to your grocery store. That and more on The Show.
The Navajo Nation has been among the hardest hit areas in this pandemic. We’ll hear from a doctor doing rounds in a nearby motel where patients are quarantined. Pus, the argument for Joe Biden to pick someone familiar to Arizonans as his running mate. That and more on The Show.
The majority of Arizona’s COVID-19 cases have been in the urban counties, but rural Arizona has seen its share of coronavirus. How the state’s rural health care infrastructure is holding up. Plus, how the largest emergency homeless shelter in northern Arizona is working to prevent the spread of coronavirus among that vulnerable population. That and more on The Show.