The Arizona legislature begins its 2021 session today with the governor’s remote State of the State address. We'll preview the speech and this year’s session. Plus, how last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol is reinforcing calls for police reform. That and more on The Show.
A group of extremists swarmed the U.S. Capitol complex as President Trump continues to claim November’s election was rigged. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap panelists on Arizona’s role in the events — and the state’s other top stories. And our Page Turner series features a couple of new perspectives on mythology. That and more on The Show.
Extremists stormed the nation's Capitol in Washington on Wednesday. We’ll hear how law enforcement should have responded, whether it amounts to treason and what happened here in Arizona. Plus, the head of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce on what he expects 2021 to look like. That and more on The Show.
Congress will meet to count each state's Electoral College votes and make the presidential outcome official. We'll hear what some of President Trump’s supporters in Arizona and other states are hoping to do in response. Plus, how finding letters from World War I inspired a writer to learn more about his family. That and more on The Show.
Experts are expecting changes in immigration policy once the Biden administration takes office. We'll look at immigration's impact on politics and the economy. Plus, Arizona’s COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb. That and more on The Show.
This school year has been a difficult one, with the pandemic forcing lots of students online for at least part of the time. An advocate explains how to evaluate what students are learning and how to fill in the gaps. Plus, why Arizona's biggest county saw a slow start to its COVID-19 vaccine rollout. That and more on The Show.
The Show looks back at some of the remarkable and fun stories from the last year.
On New Year’s Eve, The Show is looking back at some of our favorite stories from the past year. We’ll hear about efforts to keep young talent in Arizona, how scientists are trying to hack the planet to keep it habitable, and how a Valley grocer helped build a vibrant Western arts scene here. Those stories and more on The Show.
The pandemic has dramatically affected how — and how many — people use public transit. We’ll learn why the Valley now is getting tens of millions to extend light rail. And, checking in with a rural school district as it prepares for the second semester. That and more on The Show.
Arizona continues to see high numbers in COVID-19 metrics, including the number of infections and hospital usage. We'll hear the state is, and where it may be after the new year. Plus, independent music venues might finally get some help with the signing of the latest COVID relief package. That and more on The Show.
Arizona voters legalized recreational marijuana last month, but it won’t be coming to all communities in the state. We'll hear how cities and towns are looking to regulate marijuana. Plus, how the pandemic continues to affect Arizona.
On this Christmas Day, we're bringing you some stories that brought smiles to our faces this year. From the hiccups that can happen when working from home with kids to a visual artist who makes sculptures for reflection, here's to good cheer.
On Christmas Eve, The Show is looking back on some of our favorite interviews of the year. From a veteran of working from home to how a particularly graphic Arizona street got its name to a happy birthday to a very famous mystery-solving dog. Those stories and more on The Show.
State lawmakers will come back to the Capitol in a few weeks, amid the ongoing pandemic and questions about the election. The state Senate president on what to expect in 2021. And how heavy metal music became a favorite of the Navajo Nation. That and more on The Show.
Many businesses have struggled during the pandemic. We'll hear what a new survey says about how they’re doing now and how they’re trying to keep people safe. And are some violent crimes up because of the pandemic? That and more on The Show.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 have started in Arizona, although it’ll be months before it’ll be available to the general public. Once Arizonans can choose to get vaccinated, can employers mandate it? And a look at some notable restaurant closures in 2020 and whether 2021 will be a better year for the industry. That and more on The Show.
Some lawmakers are pushing to take away Gov. Ducey’s emergency powers, even as COVID-19 cases continue on an upward trajectory. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap panelists discuss that and more top stories of the week. Plus, the effort to make Phoenix more of a global city. That and more on The Show.
The pandemic has led to economic hardships for lots of Arizonans. What new research says about how it’s affecting families and kids. Plus, how rural voters are becoming more of a target for both conservatives and progressives. That and more on The Show.
Even with some accusations continuing to fly about ballot counting and voter fraud, the 2020 election process was considered a success. We’ll talk with outgoing Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes about how it all came together and what’s next for him. Plus, how studying wastewater continues to help in the fight against COVID-19. That and more on The Show.
Arizona continues to see rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. The head of Maricopa County’s Health Department tells us what comes next — including vaccinations. Plus, how movie theaters are trying to adapt and move forward during the pandemic. That and more on The Show.