Education was clearly a big issue at the state capitol in 2018, and is expected to be again this year. We hear an Arizona principal talk about what’s changed over the past few years. Plus, why some people who describe themselves as spiritual are moving away from mainstream religion. That and more on The Show.
The government shutdown continues into the new year. We hear how that affects federal workers in Arizona and across the country. Plus, a look at the top 10 newsmakers to keep an eye on in 2019. That and more on The Show.
Last night we counted down to a New Year. Today, we’ll take a look back at the news stories that impacted our lives last year — the ones that continue to resonate as we step into 2019.
For many years into the future, we'll surely still be talking about the waves of political news that defined 2018. From presidential orders, FBI investigations, the death of late Senator John McCain, and an election season that was anything but predictable — and The Show has covered it all.
Tesla’s innovations have taken the electric car industry into the fast lane. How much of that is because of Elon Musk’s so-called “insane mode?” Plus, the NewsCap on how Arizona’s two new U.S. Senators and the #RedForEd movement will impact the state in 2019. That and more on The Show.
Air pollution is a problem around the Valley this time of year. We hear how dirty air along the U.S.-Mexico border is causing serious illnesses. Plus, the full menu of how restaurants fared in the Phoenix area in 2018. That and more on The Show.
We discuss the Arizonan of the Year, the reasons behind so many food recalls in 2018 and the decline of white Christian Americans. That and more on The Show.
A special presentation of The Show — a mix of some of our favorite stories from this past year.
The proposed renovation of the Phoenix Suns’ home arena in downtown Phoenix has run into cost-related obstacles. Will the team and the City Council find common ground? Plus, new information on a legendary Arizona unsolved mystery ... and the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
Newly appointed U.S. Sen. Martha McSally will face a special election in two years. We have a conversation with one of her potential challengers, Grant Woods. Plus, while Democrats and Republicans seem to broadly agree on the need for infrastructure improvements, they disagree on how to pay for it. That and more on The Show.
The Save Our Schools effort had a huge impact on public policy this year. What are its leaders planning for 2019? Plus, how important is it to put fiction in the context of when it was created? That and more on The Show.
Can we go back to disagreeing without being disagreeable? Are we less inclined now to look for civil discourse? Plus, what’s led to the rise of charter schools in Arizona? That and more on The Show.
With Democrats taking control of the US House, the Affordable Care Act looks safe from repeal. We hear what Democrats and Republicans are prioritizing in health care in the new Congress. And, using science to increase our gratitude. That and more on The Show.
Water is in short supply and drought is making Arizona intensify its search for solutions. We hear how technology and international idea sharing is playing into that effort. Plus, we analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
Cyber-security is an important part of business, education and lots of other areas. We hear how some in the medical field are trying to raise awareness of the dangers of hacking medical devices. Plus, updates on the Phoenix City Council action on the Suns’ arena deal, and increases to water rates. That and more on The Show.
Health care became a major issue in a number of midterm campaigns, including Arizona's U.S. Senate race. We take a look at how the ACA is working in Arizona. Plus, a look at how the U.S. compares to the rest of the world when it comes to food sustainability. That and more on The Show.
What can a type of cactus tell us about cancer and ways to treat the disease? We talk to the ASU researchers looking to the plant as inspiration for an emerging therapy. Plus, Congressman Tom O’Halleran on the future direction of the Democratic party, as it gets set to take control of the U.S. House. That and more on The Show.
Health care was a major issue during this year’s midterms, and the open enrollment period for the ACA ends on Friday. We start a series of conversations about health care, with a look at the state of Arizona’s Medicaid program. Plus, why home flippers seem to have a fondness for Phoenix. That and more on The Show.
A music chat with Canadian Aboriginal musician Beatrice Deer. And a look at what's happening with Arizona Rep. David Stringer, as calls for his resignation continue. Plus, looking back at a week of news with the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.