Arizona’s COVID-19 metrics are going in the wrong direction, and Gov. Ducey has faced calls to take action. We'll hear what the governor had to say on Wednesday about that. Plus, two legendary comedy troupes team up to provide opportunities for diverse up-and-comers. That and more on The Show.
In her State of the City address, the mayor of Phoenix called on the governor to implement a statewide mask requirement. We'll hear how the pandemic continues to affect Arizona. And why such an eventful election night actually had lower than usual ratings for television networks. That and more on The Show.
Senator-Elect Mark Kelly has been working in DC and could be sworn into office within a few weeks. We’ll hear from Kelly about his priorities as he enters office. Plus, the future of DACA under a Biden administration. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s COVID-19 numbers continue to go up, prompting concerns over schools and holiday travel. What’s behind the state’s rising caseload? Plus, updates on the sheriff’s races in two Arizona border counties. That and more on The Show.
Lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign are making their way through the courts, but Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says they won't change the outcome here. Our Friday NewsCap panelists discuss that and the week's other top stories. Plus, an art exhibit on the many shades of blue — in and out of politics. That and more on The Show.
Turnout in last week’s election was very high, both here in Arizona and across the country. We'll hear how to maintain that level of engagement. Plus, why water policy could bring hope for bipartisanship in 2021. That and more on The Show.
Arizona just reported its highest number of COVID-19 cases in nearly four months. We'll hear what researchers think needs to happen to slow the spread. And a look at some of the legal questions around voters approving recreational marijuana use. That and more on The Show.
Republicans will keep control of the Arizona Legislature, despite a lot of money spent to try to flip at least one chamber. A top GOP leader talks about what went right for her party at the state Capitol. Plus, protests over the election and ballot counting, as seen through a camera lens. That and more on The Show.
Latino voters were a focus of both parties leading up to last week’s election. How was Latino turnout, and how did they impact elections here and around the country? Plus, a look at 100 essential Arizona albums and the quest to define the "Arizona sound." That and more on The Show.
Election officials across Arizona continue to count ballots, as several races hang in the balance. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap analyze the election and what comes next. Plus, we'll hear about a new movie that's set in Scottsdale. That and more on The Show.
Election officials around the state continue to count votes after Election Day. We'll hear where the races stand and what the results mean. Plus, how the pandemic has led one sci-fi writer to move away from dystopian themes. That and more on The Show.
Updated results and analysis from Election Day, as votes continue to be counted across Arizona. Plus, the view from inside a Valley emergency room as COVID-19 cases continue to increase. That and more on The Show.
Election Day is here, and thousands of Arizonans are expected to head to the polls. We’ll check in with voting across the state. Plus, why Kindergarten enrollment has dropped in Arizona and what that means for students and schools. That and more on The Show.
Election Day is Tuesday, and the candidates are stumping for every vote they can. We'll hear what’s behind the growing support for President Trump among Latino men. Plus, Arizona’s newly-awarded teacher of the year on teaching remotely and helping students through the pandemic. That and more on The Show.
Election Day is just a few days away, and Arizona continues to attract attention from both presidential campaigns. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap panelists on our battleground designation and what they expect to happen next week. Plus, what the history of monsters tells us about ourselves. That and more on The Show.
Phoenix officials have agreed to a plan to combat homelessness in the city. We'll hear what it will look like and how it might work. Plus, Arizona’s original poet laureate on creating art during the pandemic. That and more on The Show.
The late Sen. John McCain was known for fighting for his beliefs but also for a willingness to cross the political aisle. Is McCain’s type of bipartisanship a thing of the past or on the verge of revival? Plus, why Yuma is providing a different kind of home field advantage for young California athletes. That and more on The Show.
The coronavirus pandemic has been stressful for a lot of people. Why that stress may not end when the pandemic does. Plus, how close is the Southwest to being able to grow all the food it needs to feed its population? That and more on The Show.
The good and bad news for Arizona in the latest jobs report. Plus, a look at the state’s most competitive congressional election. That and more on The Show.
President Trump was back in Arizona this week, trying to keep the state from turning blue next month. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on the week’s top Arizona stories. Plus, how are so-called superspreaders complicating the fight against COVID-19? That and more on The Show.