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Water continues to be a significant issue in the west as the drought continues. A key state lawmaker talked about what the Legislature might be able to do on the issue. And, a university faces a lawsuit over its treatment of students with mental health issues. That and more on The Show.
There have been a couple of high-profile suicides over the past few weeks. How friends and family can help lead loved ones away from suicidal thoughts. And, what’s in a name – when it comes to generations? That and more on The Show.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are allowed to look for a new place to play and could leave Chase Field. Why the stadium itself may not be the biggest piece of the puzzle. And, using a game and citizen scientists to advance Alzheimer’s research. That and more on The Show.
The trial involving a former utility regulator has revealed some of the commission’s dirty laundry. We’ll recap the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And, why one writer thinks pop culture isn’t raging against the machine anymore. That and more on The Show.
Last July, a burst pipe caused Burton Barr Library to close for nearly a year. We’ll take a look inside the library, as it gets set to reopen this weekend. Plus, concerns about the FBI looking for more information from our phones. That and more on The Show.
From romaine lettuce to watermelon to cantaloupe, foodborne illnesses have been on the rise recently. Should more regulation be in place to keep us from getting sick? And why more universities are taking a different approach to righting wrongs. That and more on The Show.
There are lots of ideas for keeping Arizona out of a water crisis, including some we discussed last week. An expert weighs in on those recommendations. And how a seemingly innocuous question on a job application is perpetuating the gender wage gap. That and more on The Show.
Opponents of the Affordable Care Act continue to try to chip away at some of the law. Will the pre-existing condition provision survive? Plus, why was the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency created — and is it still fulfilling its mission? That and more on The Show.
A new statewide poll shows a lot of support for raising taxes to get more K-12 funding in Arizona. Will that momentum continue into November? Plus, more of the week’s top stories on the Friday Newscap. And, the groundbreaking film "2001: A Space Odyssey" turns 50. Is the Kubrick film still important? That and more on The Show.
A new statewide poll shows a lot of support for raising taxes to get more K-12 funding in Arizona. Will that momentum continue into November? Plus, more of the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And, the groundbreaking film "2001: A Space Odyssey" turns 50. Is the Kubrick film still important? That and more on The Show.
President Donald Trump rescinded his invitation to the NFL champs to visit the White House. Why has what used to be an upbeat photo opp become so politicized? Plus, documenting the hundreds of Native American women who’ve gone missing in recent decades. That and more on The Show.
Gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett says he wouldn’t appoint Cindy McCain to the Senate if Sen. John McCain can’t complete his term. What happens when an elected official is succeeded by a spouse?. Plus, a photographic exhibit offers a glimpse of what it means to be 13 years old. That and more on The Show.
The Trump administration is pushing to open up parts of northern Arizona to fracking. Why some on the Navajo Nation are concerned. And, the increasing prevalence of political action committee scams. That and more on The Show.
A bribery trial against a former state utility regulator and others got underway this week — and we now know who’ll be on the ballot in August. Analyzing the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And, determining the Valley’s best donut, by sampling a whole lot of them. That and more on The Show.
A federal judge has ruled President Donald Trump cannot block critics on Twitter. The relationship between politicians and social media. And, Calexico plays a Tiny Desert Concert. That and more on KJZZ's The Show.
New rules on data privacy have taken effect in the European Union. How they’re affecting American consumers, and why the United States may not take up the issue. And, a Phoenix DEA official on efforts to stop fentanyl shipments through the mail. That and more on KJZZ's The Show.
There’s a new documentary out profiling Arizona Sen. John McCain. One of the film’s producers on his conversations with Sen. McCain and the movie’s screening with the senator. And, a local artist whose work is meant to make you squirm. That and more on KJZZ's The Show.
A special Memorial Day edition of The Show. The Grand Canyon is the crown jewel of the national park system — but are visitors loving the park to death? And, relax with some summer ax throwing. That and more on a special edition of The Show.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey talks Uber, school safety and more. And, is the U.S. fighting terrorism the wrong way? Plus, the Friday Newscap wraps up a week in news.
For many Arizonans, the long holiday weekend is a time to get out of town, and spend time in the great outdoors. Why the risk of wildfires may change some of those plans. And, the potential of the new, legal hemp farming industry in Arizona. That and more on The Show.