As construction continues on a new wall along the Arizona-Mexico border, activists are working to protect the environment. We'll hear Congressman Raul Grijalva on potential damage to a national monument in Arizona. Plus, how reactions to the coronavirus outbreak have veered toward racism. That and more on The Show.
NAU President Rita Cheng stirred up controversy for using university money to take international trips. Now a coalition of students to call on her to resign. Plus, an alleged mafia enforcer turned restaurateur faces federal charges. That and more on The Show.
A question about citizenship will not be on this year’s census. Some groups, though, are still trying to find a way to limit who’s counted. Plus, utility regulators weigh in on APS’ faulty rate comparison tool. That and more on The Show.
President Trump delivered his State of the Union address last night. What he had to say, and how it could impact Arizona. Plus, attention all '80s gamers looking for a new place to stay: Atari says it’ll have something for you in Phoenix. That and more on The Show.
The chief justice of Arizona’s Supreme Court has a set of goals for the judiciary over the next few years. Chief Justice Robert Brutinel on what he hopes to achieve and how Arizona’s courts are doing. Plus, why there doesn’t seem to be a 2020 version of Barry Goldwater in this year’s impeachment proceedings. That and more on The Show.
The Senate Impeachment trial has dominated the news this week, but it’s also seeped into this fall’s elections. How one of Arizona’s senators figures into that, plus all the week’s news on the Friday NewsCap. And a conversation with the new CEO of the Phoenix Symphony. That and more on The Show.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about how polarized the country has become. We talk to former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice on bridging the gap. Plus, why some of the numbers behind the unemployment rate may not be so rosy. That and more on The Show.
Mass incarceration continues to be a public policy and cultural concern in the U.S. How much has prosecutorial power expanded the challenge? And "60 Minutes" Correspondent Scott Pelley on trying to repair the relationship among politicians, the press and the public. That and more on The Show.
Nearly half of all Arizona hemp tested has had too much THC — that’s the psychoactive element in marijuana. We'll hear what that’s meant for farmers and how they plan to fix the problem. Plus, a local chef talks about her role in promoting sustainable food. That and more on The Show.
From vaping to mental health, Phoenix is trying to take on health issues on the city level. We'll hear a conversation with the nurse practitioner tasked with leading the effort. And why our childhood exposure to the flu could impact how sick it makes us as adults. That and more on The Show.
The impeachment trial of President Trump has begun in the Senate and tensions remain high. Friday NewsCap panelists react to the proceedings and weigh in on a new clean energy proposal from APS. And meet a realtor with unorthodox listings that have unique basements. That and more on The Show.
Waymo’s autonomous vehicles have become more of a presence on Valley roadways. Could those vehicles help police solve crime? And will the federal government creating parental leave for federal employees have a ripple effect in states like Arizona? That and more on The Show.
The new head of APS told regulators this month the utility would no longer spend money in their elections. We'll hear Jeff Guldner on why he made that decision, and his early days as head of the compay. Plus, what the Southern Ocean says about climate change in Arizona. That and more on The Show.
The leaders of ASU and Mesa say that city can be on par with media meccas like Hong Kong. We ask what role ASU’s new campus in Mesa could play in that. And a veteran Arizona railbird turned columnist offers his Capitol musings. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey has released his budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, detailing how he’d like to pay for his priorities. We'll hear what’s in the spending plan. And with the cost of food and rent up in our community, are wages keeping pace? That and more on The Show.
From funding for K-12 to sex education, the battles have already started in the first few days of the legislative session. We’ll analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, SMOCA turns its attention to female artists in a yearlong exhibition. That and more on The Show.
Efforts have been underway to help fight occupational cancer in firefighters. We'll hear what the Arizona Legislature is doing next to ensure coverage. Plus, one person’s trash is another person’s treasure — at least in the Petrified National Forest. That and more on The Show.
Criminal justice reform was an issue in focus during the last legislative session, but not much was accomplished. Will the governor and Maricopa County attorney push for more progress? Plus, Arizona State’s head football coach has a contract extension. We'll hear how his non-traditional approach is working in Tempe. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Doug Ducey outlined his priorities for the 2020 legislative session Monday. We'll hear what he had to say and what lawmakers think about it. Plus, the Trump administration is celebrating 100 miles of new border wall. We’ll look at where the projects stand. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Doug Ducey will deliver his State of the State address today. We'll look at what to expect from the speech and the legislative session ahead. Plus, how much technology is too much for little kids? That and more on The Show.