Will Phoenix still be Phoenix once driverless cars become more prevalent?
Cities and states across the country are trying to bring in more tech jobs and tech workers. Why more of those workers are looking north of the border. And why human rights are not topping the agenda in U.S. talks with North Korea. That and more on The Show.
Arizonans will not be required to buy more auto insurance, but they may see delivery robots on sidewalks. We’ll analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap, including the last batch of bills lawmakers sent to the governor. And get your fascinator ready — we’ll have a live report from London on the Royal Wedding. That and more on The Show.
Basis Charter Schools have gotten the go-ahead to expand in Flagstaff and Mesa. Basis’s executive director talkes about those plans and questions about the schools’ finances. And running what may be the hottest race in the country. That and more on The Show.
Community colleges in California have reached a deal with the university system there to help transfer students. Will the new arrangement help more students go to UC schools? Plus, why some organic farmers are happy about the feds ending a program that supported organic food research. That and more on The Show.
The U.S. Supreme Court has struck down a law banning state-sponsored sports gambling. How quickly will Arizonans get to put down some cash on their hometown teams? And, we’ll have a Tiny Desert Concert. That and more on The Show.
The #RedForEd movement brought tens of thousands of teachers to the state capitol. How will their newfound knowledge of state government impact the legislature? And, Ballet Arizona takes its next performance to the great outdoors. That and more on The Show.
The Diamondbacks are allowed to look for a new home. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton on what downtown would look like without major league baseball. And, we’ll analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
Lots of pundits have predicted the midterm elections will be good for Democrats – both in Arizona and nationwide. Will the so-called ‘Blue Wave’ materialize? And, Chandler looks to the future of driving in a proposed new ordinance. That and more on The Show.
As this fall’s midterm elections start to heat up, lots of Americans continue to look back at 2016. A top aide to Hillary Clinton on that race, and encouraging women to run for office. And, are drivers expecting too much, too soon from autonomous vehicles? That and more on The Show.
Arizona teachers staged an historic walk-out over six days, demanding higher pay and more money for schools. Does the strength of a teachers’ union determine whether educators get what they want from policymakers? And, could Congress reinstate a New Deal-era program? That and more on The Show.
State lawmakers adjourned their 2018 session on Friday. What the legislature did, and did not, accomplish this year. And, how public-private partnerships may keep NASA’s golden age going. That and more on The Show.
Teachers will be/are back in the classroom, after the governor signed a teacher pay raise into law. The impacts of the walkout, and what’s next for the movement. And, we’ll analyze all the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. That and more on The Show.
Elected officials on both sides of the aisle claim their allegiance to DACA recipients Why are several states suing to eliminate the program? Plus, newly-released documents show donations from the Koch Brothers are influencing some universities That and more on The Show.
Vice President Mike Pence visits the Valley with the Trump administration’s prime economic message. What kind of reception did his enthusiasm about tax cuts get? Plus, the deadliest gunfight in Arizona history may not have been at the O.K. Corral… and the latest on the teacher walkout. That and more on The Show.
There’s been an increase in hate-related incidents since President Trump took office. Can anything be done to push back? Plus, why organ donations aren’t necessarily getting to the people who need them… and the latest on attempts to increase K-12 funding. That and more on The Show.
Wildfire season used to be clearly defined, but drought conditions have burned those barriers. Could Arizona face a megafire this summer? And, we’ll get a progress report on the teacher walkout. That and more on The Show.