The 2020 legislative session gets underway next week with the governor’s State of the State address. We’ll hear from a Democratic legislative leader and analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And a group of students is learning how to run a fine-dining restaurant in their high school. That and more on The Show.
The U.S. and other countries are still working to fully integrate 5G technology, but President Trump says he wants to take it to 6G. How possible is that right now? Plus, we raise a glass to the history of Phoenix beer. That and more on The Show.
Dozens of parents lined up outside of Sunnyslope High School in Phoenix this week, hoping to land their students a spot. We'll look at the school-choice phenomenon. Plus, new research shows humans are more motivated to protect our families than find a mate. That and more on The Show.
Education will likely continue to be a big topic of discussion at the state Capitol this year. We'll hear a conversation with the new head of the state school boards association. And the University of Arizona has given a scholarship to an 8-year-old — we’ll talk about the challenges she’ll face and her chances for success. That and more on The Show.
California is the first state in the country to require corporate boards to include women. The effort to get women on boards in Arizona and elsewhere. And we’ve been hearing about our smarter homes learning about us, but what about our cars? That and more on The Show.
Both tourists and people who never make their way to the Valley have certain perceptions about this place. We'll hear why it’s important to know that Phoenix isn’t just a hot location in the desert. And California is now requiring all new residential housing to use solar energy. How could that affect affordability? That and more on The Show.
Arizona is likely to get an additional congressional seat soon — and that will create new political challenges. And the state is bringing in millions in new tax revenues from non-Arizona businesses. That and more on The Show.
Today we're embracing our weird and hitting up some rockin' local spots as we look back at some of the most interesting people we talked to in the past year. We've got the "Queen of the Geeks," a "Champion of the Earth," a world record holder and more on The Show.
From automation to polarization to foster care to Godzilla, we're taking a look back at some of our most interesting stories from 2019.
The legal battle over opening the nation's largest copper mine in Southern Arizona continues. We parse out the latest developments. Plus, the winner of the 2019 Arizona Wine Competition was developed by students. That and more on The Show.
If you feel like you haven’t had enough to eat this holiday or perhaps need a break from the ham and turkey, why not check out of the top 100 restaurants in the Valley? That and more of the best stories of 2019 on The Show.
Some traditions say Boxing Day hails from centuries ago when lords and aristocrats would give out “Christmas boxes” filled with small gifts, money, and sometimes even Christmas dinner leftovers to their household servants or employees. Today we’re not giving you the leftovers, but instead revisiting some of the best Show stories from 2019.
A plan to use synthetic trees to remove CO2 from the air is a step closer to reality. And in the last decade or so, the art of preserving dead animals has been given new life. That and more on The Show.
The Phoenix area is going to have a wet Christmas. Find out how much rain we can expect. And those gifts you ordered and got free shipping on? Yeah, that shipping is not really that free. That and more on The Show.
School can be stressful, and there’ve been efforts to help students deal with mental health issues. Should students also have the option of taking mental health days off from school? And why some California Tesla drivers faced a holiday traffic jam at charging stations last month. That and more on The Show.
The House has voted to approve two articles of impeachment against President Trump, meaning an election year will include some sort of trial in the Senate. We'll hear how voters may be affected — and other top stories of the week — on our Friday NewsCap. And one Valley mall will let you legally take the edge off — if shopping stresses you out. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s biggest utilities have been dominating the solar market. We'll hear how the Corporation Commission is trying to limit that by requiring them to sign longer contracts with smaller energy providers. Plus, the Diamondbacks are in planning mode as they consider who should play for them and where their home field should be. That and more on The Show.
JP Morgan Chase last year settled a multimillion dollar lawsuit, alleging racism and discrimination. A case from Arizona suggests those problems have not entirely been solved. Plus, we’ll meet the person investing in ski resorts throughout the West — during an ongoing drought. That and more on The Show.
Arizona is struggling to keep young talent that’s trained in the state here. Why that is and what can be done to reverse the trend. And why one Valley city is focusing on getting in harmony – on stage. That and more on The Show.
APS says it will credit customers who used a more expensive plan based on a faulty online tool. We'll hear what APS says went wrong and what one regulator thinks about the solution. Plus, we’ll have a highly caffeinated installment of our Made in Arizona series. That and more on The Show.