Arizona has taken its spot as a battleground state in the presidential election, and Latino voters could prove pivotal here. We'll hear why some organizers don’t think either campaign is doing enough outreach to Latino voters. Plus, as Tempe starts its search for a new police chief, a look at the challenges of hiring in the current climate. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s unemployment rate saw a big drop in August. Are more Arizonans working, or are fewer looking for jobs? Plus, the state is a step closer to knowing who may be drawing the next set of political maps. That and more on The Show.
President Donald Trump visited Arizona again this week, as the state cements its status as a battleground for November. Hear the Friday NewsCap panelists on that and the state’s other top stories. And will the Pac-12 continue to hold off on football — even as the other major conferences move forward? That and more on The Show.
Climate change is shouldering a lot of the blame for the wildfires raging along the West Coast. We'll hear how climate change may also impact national security. And how the drop in unemployment benefits could impact Arizona’s economy. That and more on The Show.
The ongoing pandemic continues to change our education system. We'll hear how some of those shifts could lead to more personalized instruction. And why an Arizona-based electric vehicle maker is generating controversial reactions. That and more on The Show.
The past two monsoon seasons have been underwhelming. Is climate change affecting our summer storms? Plus, why some flight attendants are concerned about the airline industry and their job security. That and more on The Show.
The race for Pima County sheriff is a rematch of the 2016 contest. We'll hear about the controversy that has become a big part of that election. Plus, a new podcast looks at changes taking place in the community of Short Creek. That and more on The Show.
Coronavirus cases in Arizona have dropped significantly, but how would a dramatic increase affect K-12 and university students? Our Friday NewsCap panel covers this and more of the state’s top stories. Plus, how career and technical programs are trying to bring students back safely for hands-on learning. That and more on The Show.
Arizona is considered a battleground state in this year’s presidential election. We'll hear why the Trump campaign has pulled its TV ads in Arizona and what that says about the race here. Plus, the President of ASU on how the school is reporting COVID-19 cases and trying to deal with them. That and more on The Show.
School districts around Arizona are opening their campuses, but what will they do if a COVID-19 outbreak happens? The Superintendent Kathy Hoffman weighs in. Plus, how the pandemic crushed Goodyear’s massive deal with Nike. That and more on The Show.
Arizona is shaping up to be a true battleground state in November. We'lll hear why one Arizona expat thinks the state could turn blue this fall. Plus, why some farmers markets are expanding into the West Valley. That and more on The Show.
From city growth to pandemic poetry, hear some of the most important and entertaining stories in this special encore presentation of The Show.
New polls are showing strong leads by Democrats who will be at the top of Arizona’s November ballot. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap panelists on whether the numbers ring true and the state’s other top stories. Plus, remembering one of Arizona’s more prominent artists — and his connection to a famous local family. That and more on The Show.
The federal government is wading into efforts to restore the Gila and Salt Rivers in the Phoenix area. We'll hear how the Rio Reimagined project could impact the region. Plus, our Monsoon Series continues with an original song about the summer storms. That and more on The Show.
Political ads are already occupying a lot of our time and space on television and online. We'll hear why Phoenix is one of the hottest markets for campaign commercials. Plus, how the state plans to improve the low Census response rate. That and more on The Show.
There have been and will continue to be a lot of polls before Election Day. Should media outlets be conducting and talking about unscientific ones from viewers, listeners and readers? Plus, a member of the Maricopa Community Colleges governing board is accused of harming the search for a new chancellor. That and more on The Show.
More and more businesses across Arizona will be reopening as counties are meeting COVID-19 benchmarks. How Valley businesses are planning to open their doors and handle the new health guidelines. Plus, we’ll profile an Arizona artist whose newest piece stands nine stories high in downtown Phoenix. That and more on The Show.
Republicans held their own virtual and remote convention this week to re-nominate President Trump. Our Friday NewsCap panelists will weigh in on that and the week’s other top stories. Plus, Arizona’s health director on flattening the COVID-19 curve and reopening more businesses. That and more on The Show.
The Republican National Convention wraps up Thursday, as President Donald Trump officially accepts his party’s nomination for president. The chair of the state Republican Party on Arizona’s presence at the convention. Plus, a domestic violence counselor talks about doing remote sessions with victims stuck at home. That and more on The Show.
The Valley is in the middle of one of its hottest summers ever, as record highs continue to hover over 110 degrees. How will extreme temperatures affect cities going forward? Plus, how the pandemic may permanently change the places we work. That and more on The Show.