The legislature is taking some time off as the House and Senate don't have enough votes to pass a budget. What is going to break the stalemate? Plus, how a massacre a century ago can help lead to more racial justice today. That and more on The Show.
It’s a special Memorial Day edition as we look at how predictive technology is affecting our communication, find out the ways monsters help us understand human history and meet an industrial engineer turned craft brewer. That and more on The Show.
Arizona lawmakers continue to fight over a proposed change to tax policy that could dramatically affect the state's coffers. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on that and the week’s other top stories. Plus, how a TV game show appearance impacted one young man's view of the world. That and more on The Show.
GOP state lawmakers are looking to strip the Democratic Secretary of State of some of her powers. A former state Elections Director tells us why she thinks that’s a problem. Plus, do students need more summer school this year, and will teachers be up for working those classes? That and more on The Show.
The Biden Administration is proposing free preschool for all 3- and 4-year-olds. We'll hear what that would mean in Arizona, where data show fewer children are enrolled. Plus, using the I-10 corridor from Florida to California as a framework for understanding and improving infrastructure. That and more on The Show.
The metro Phoenix housing market is booming, with home prices on the rise. But problems with one commodity are making new homes more expensive. Plus, the debate over using words meant to be inclusive, like Latinx. That and more on The Show.
The state Senate’s election audit is expected to start back up again today. We'll hear from one of the Secretary of State's observers about what she saw during her time at the Coliseum. Plus, there are signs that more Valley residents may be heading back to the office. That and more on The Show.
The dispute between Maricopa County and the state Senate over the election audit grew this week. Our Friday NewsCap panely analyzes the week's top stories. Plus, U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on the situation at the border and creating a Jan. 6 commission. That and more on The Show.
The Navajo Nation is now the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. We'll talk to President Jonathan Nez about how federal aid money boosted enrollment. Plus, a look at how the very first vaccine was developed and distributed. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey has made the decision to reject supplemental unemployment funds from the federal government. What is the legislature doing to shore up the state’s low weekly payments? Plus, how the Valley’s restaurant scene has been changed by the pandemic. That and more on The Show.
Maricopa County officials met Monday to refute lies they say are coming from the state Senate's election audit. The chair of the Board of Supervisors tells us where that leaves the ongoing dispute between the sides. Plus, we’ll meet the new head of Ability360. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s medical community has recently been critical of state government over certain policies. The new head of the Arizona Medical Association on trying to make docs a healthcare resource for policymakers. Plus, how changes to the child tax credit could impact children living in poverty. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s signature has turned Arizona's Permanent Early Voting List into the Active Early Voting List. Our Friday NewsCap panelists discuss how that could affect future elections in the state. Plus, should wildlife have the same rights to land and property that humans do? That and more on The Show.
Colonial Pipeline remains shut down after a cyberattack against it. We'll hear what the incident says about cybersecurity and how to prevent the next attack. Plus, the photographer who's taking images of all 400-plus Frank Lloyd Wright properties on what we can learn from his designs. That and more on The Show.
The 2022 U.S. Senate race is already heating up in Arizona. We'll hear why an out-of-state billionaire is investing $10 million in one particular candidate. Plus, how social media may have helped teens deal with the pandemic. That and more on The Show.
The pandemic has prevented a lot of people from being with family in person. We'll hear how some parents who lost their kids to foster care tried to bond with them remotely. Plus, a novel set in 1930s Phoenix explores the city's dark underbelly. That and more on The Show.
More kids have been testing positive for COVID-19, although more could also soon be eligible for vaccines. We'll hear what’s behind the increasing share of infections among children. Plus, are state lawmakers any closer to a new state budget? That and more on The Show.
The controversial audit of Maricopa County ballots continues, and the Department of Justice is asking serious questions. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on that and the top stories from this week. Plus, trying to bring new life to a development at the heart of Tempe’s history. That and more on The Show
Bipartisanship has been hard to come by in Washington over the past several years. We talk to Cindy McCain on whether it’s still possible and how she may have impacted last year's election. Plus, the public has been barred from what could be the final hearing in the case of a Muslim man who died in police custody. That and more on The Show.
The killing of George Floyd and the subsequent conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin have led to an increase in political activism. How could those affect the success rate of Black candidates? Plus, an editorial cartoonist takes on vaccine hesitancy. That and more on The Show.