In advance of the July Fourth holiday weekend, The Show is looking back at some of our favorites. We’ll hear about the challenges of getting younger people into public service, how pop culture will respond to the coronavirus pandemic and more.
The governor has closed bars, gyms and other businesses for a month and pushed back the starting date for schools. Plus, national modeling shows a stark projection for Maricopa County. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s spike in COVID-19 cases is among the worst in the country, as are other metrics in the state. We'll take a look at Arizona’s standing nationally. Plus, how the heat may affect the transmission of the coronavirus. That and more on The Show.
More Arizonans are contracting COVID-19, and more continue to be hospitalized. An ER doctor shares what he’s seeing right now. Plus, why a retired judge decided to directly face her own racist past. That and more on The Show.
As the number of COVID-19 cases rises in Arizona, so too does concern about mental health. A new crisis counseling program aims to tackle residents’ mental health needs arising from the pandemic. Plus, saying goodbye to a Valley mall, which will close for good this week. That and more on The Show.
President Trump made another visit to Arizona as COVID-19 cases spike and the number of people being hospitalized is also increasing. Our Friday NewsCap analyses the week’s top stories. Plus, a Scottsdale City Councilmember is facing backlash for a comment made at an anti-mask rally.That and more on The Show.
Recent protests in Phoenix and across the country against police violence have called for changing the way police departments operate. We'll hear about applying lessons from social work to policing. Plus, Tiny Desert Concerts — in quarantine. That and more on The Show.
President Trump spent the day Tuesday in Arizona, with stops in Yuma and Phoenix. We'll recap his visit to the state. Plus, who’s getting sick from COVID-19, and how sick are they getting? That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s unemployment rate dropped to around nine percent last month, although it may actually be higher than that. We'll hear how the pandemic has affected the state’s job market. Plus, a Phoenix hip-hop musician talks about the protests and ongoing fight for racial justice. That and more on The Show.
Schools are trying to figure out what the next school year is going to look like. We'll hear what teachers say they’d like to see, to make them comfortable being in the classroom. Plus, how the pandemic has impacted Arizona's state budget. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s rate of COVID-19 cases is one of the fastest-growing in the nation, leading Gov. Doug Ducey to give mayors more say over how to slow the spread. Hear the latest on coronavirus and the week’s other top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And the state’s medical association president on masks and other methods for flattening the curve. That and more on The Show.
As the numbers of COVID-19 cases continue to break records, Gov. Ducey gives Arizona mayors the authority to require masks in public places. We’ll hear from several mayors about how they're following through. Plus, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of DACA recipients after the administration tried to end the federal program. That and more on The Show.
Talk of another coronavirus relief package continues in Washington and beyond. We'll look at why business groups are pushing for child care help to be part of any new bill. Plus, why the pandemic may not be the end of density in urban areas.
The spike in Coronavirus cases has put Arizona's approach in the national spotlight. What a former federal health official believes the state’s approach should be. Plus, the U.S. Senate is set to take up a bill an advocate calls one of the most significant measures for national parks in half a century. That and more on The Show.
Arizona received nearly $2 billion in federal CARES Act money. We'll hear why smaller cities and communities in the state are getting less of it than their more populous counterparts. And the National Guard in the state has monitored Black Lives Matter protesters from the sky. That and more on The Show.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Arizona continues to rise, as does the number of patients being hospitalized. Our Friday NewsCap analyses this and more of the week’s top stories. Plus, the Bighorn Fire leads to evacuations in Pima County.
The Navajo Nation has been one of the hardest-hit areas in the country during the pandemic, although there have been signs of improvement. We'll hear from Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez. Plus, a mother and son on “the talk” African American parents have with their kids about how to deal with the police. That and more on The Show.
Cases of coronavirus across the state are among the fastest-growing in the nation. What is Maricopa County doing to deal with the upward trend? Plus, Arizona’s secretary of state on the push to get rid of a confederate monument. That and more on The Show.
Phoenix and other cities have seen nightly protests since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. What role can religious leaders from different generations play in fighting racism? Plus, how Arizona hospitals are handling the increase in COVID-19 patients they’re seeing. That and more on The Show.
Arizona's Attorney General offered to oversee investigations of police shootings and excessive force cases as protests continue. We'll hear his thoughts behind the proposal. Plus, the pandemic is pushing people into the great outdoors — but that’s coming with more trash and illegal campfires. That and more on The Show.