School vouchers have been a hot topic of discussion over the past couple of years in Arizona. This morning at nine on The Show, why that seems likely to continue into the next legislative session. And are parents or their kids more addicted to their mobile devices? That and more on The Show.
Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller spent seven hours in front of two House committees this week. We hear our Friday NewsCap assess the testimony and how the Arizona members performed. Plus, our monsoon senses series continues with a taste of saguaro fruit. That and more on The Show.
Following two deaths, the Corporation Commission stepped in to change the energy shutoff policies at some state utilities. APS says it's committed to making the overall process better. Plus an update on the Museum Fire in Flagstaff. That and more on The Show.
State utility regulators want to hear from the head of APS. We'll hear a conversation with one of them, Sandra Kennedy. And the challenges faced by families who care for loved ones with developmental disabilities. That and more on The Show.
After the U.S. Supreme Court allowed states to legalize sports betting, many raced to do so. We'll hear why Arizona was not one of them, and whether or not that may change. And a proposed policy by the Trump administration would bar all refugees from the country. That and more on The Show.
A majority of Arizona’s Democrats in Congress support impeachment, but only a minority actually voted to impeach President Trump. We analyze that and more of the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, one former DACA recipient talks about the future of fellow DREAMers. That and more on The Show.
We’re approaching the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing by Apollo 11. We discover Northern Arizona’s role in helping the astronauts prepare for the historic event. Plus, two veteran journalists on the unique challenges women have faced in newsrooms. That and more on The Show.
Mental health care in Arizona prisons is getting renewed attention after a recent attack in Peoria. We hear the challenges of identifying and treating inmates with serious mental illnesses. Plus, how the 2016 campaign has affected the president’s Cabinet. That and more on The Show.
Even with the rain we got this winter and spring, Arizona is still in the midst of a long-term drought. We hear why desalination could eventually play a role in dealing with our water issues. And the results of the first study in decades about the effects of gun violence on kids. That and more on The Show.
Outrage and concern continues over allegations of sexual abuse at an Arizona facility for migrant children. Is there a pattern of this kind of behavior? And how groundwater pumping has affected streams. That and more on The Show.
Arizona utility regulators decide against rolling back an APS rate hike but do adopt a new code of ethics. We'll hear analyzing the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And we’ll kick off our summer monsoon series with a preview of what to expect from this year’s storms. That and more on The Show.
Electric scooters are coming to downtown Phoenix on a limited basis. We'll hear what city officials hope to learn from the pilot project. And an international group of musicians brings the songs of Paris to Phoenix. That and more on The Show.
As temperatures start to make their climb up to highs north of 110, there are warnings about the dangers of this heat. We'll hear what groups are doing to help people stay safe. And what a 19th century land scheme tells us about race in the U.S. That and more on The Show.
Temperatures are expected to top 110 later this week. We'll hear about the link between hotter weather and higher crime rates in one western city. Plus, one woman tells us about the daunting challenges and ultimate satisfaction of becoming a foster parent. That and more on The Show.
Can you get quality healthcare if you can't understand the doctor? We take a look at the role translation services play in U.S. medical system. Plus, the force is strong with these new Phoenix paving signs. That and more on The Show.
Most people don't have jobs where they're able to challenge the status quo or do things that don't fit neatly into a corporate package. We'll hear tips on injecting some creativity into your workday. Plus, an innovation expert isn't so sure technology is making us more efficient. That and more on The Show.
Resistance has been a key part of the American experience since the country was founded. We'll hear how has the Trump administration re-energized the concept. Plus, learning how the story of Native Americans contains both tragedy and triumph. That and more on The Show.
Is the so-called Ferguson Effect keeping young people from going into law enforcement? Plus, a federal lawsuit points a finger at the government for exacerbating climate change. That and more on The Show.
The humanitarian crisis at the border has forced Homeland Security to take action. We'll take a look inside a temporary migrant facility in Yuma. Plus, reliving a golden age of Valley music with the Pistoleros. That and more on The Show.
Photos have played a major role in the debate over immigration in this country. We'll hear from a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist on the power of these images. Plus, raising awareness about postpartum depression in parents whose babies are born with serious health problems. That and more on The Show.