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Two college basketball games, an arts festival, and a PAC 12 Championship football game, all in one town, on the same day! Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flood the area around Tempe’s Mill Avenue.
Did You Know: Sky Harbor Airport Once Had A Nickname, the "Hot Strip" of Indian School Road and 38th Street in Phoenix, analyzing Black Friday shopping this year, lowering our expectations for the Phoenix real estate market and determining the relationship between construction, jobs and real estate.
A "Did You Know" segment about the Arizona navy, an update on the Child Protective Services hearing and backlash, One Valley girl's experience with English Language Learner instruction, Arizona's Indian gaming industry, air quality in Arizona, how the jury process differs in a re re-trial, the Republican Governors Association meets in Scottsdale, the California Channel setting a precedent for broadcasting government video, it's the digital age but not all government video is online, extreme rain over the weekend and commentary from Adriene Jenik of ASU's School of Art.
KJZZ's Nick Blumberg competes in a triathlon, the first IV opens in Scottsdale, Did You Know: St. Mary's Basilica, Mesa is on a roll with new development, Canadian snowbirds flock to Arizona, net metering debate ends with a compromise, new bill would give credit to nontraditional borrowers and museum event appraises American Indian art.
Did You Know: Japanese Friendship Garden, new standards could make roadways usable for all modes of transportation, Family Circus statue unveiled, Solana plant sparks questions, Phoenix City Council newcomers, Team Awesome helps politicians, support drops for nonprofits