Now that humanitarian aid worker Scott Warren’s case has come to a close, what has it meant for aid on the border? And met a Phoenix area comedian as the series Stand Up/Sit Down continues. That and more on The Show.
Animal hoarding is a growing problem in many communities around the country. We'll hear how Pima County is approaching the challenge in a way that could help pets and their owners. And our Tiny Desert Concert spotlights a legendary Arizona steel guitarist. That and more on The Show.
Some Republicans at the Arizona Capitol joined with Democrats against a proposal championed by the governor. Plus, Jeff Flake calls on his former Senate colleagues to reclaim their responsibilities. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s wine industry is pushing for a proposal to remove limits on how much wine they can make. We’ll hear the pros and cons of the bill at the Arizona Capitol. And why some advocates for public schools are worried about their future. That and more on The Show.
Telemundo says it’s launching a multimillion-dollar effort to encourage Latinos to vote in this year’s elections. We'll explore what that effort will look like and what kind of impact it could have. Plus, what to expect this week from the state Capitol. That and more on The Show.
President Trump’s visit to Phoenix attracted supporters and some opponents to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. We'll hear how that appearance could affect Arizona’s U.S. Senate race — and the other top stories on our Friday NewsCap. Plus, why climate restoration could have an economic benefit in the trillions of dollars. That and more on The Show.
State lawmakers are considering asking voters to change the Arizona Constitution to ban so-called sanctuary cities. We'll hear why supporters say it’s needed, and why critics say it’s SB 1070 all over again. And why Americans voters have wanted to change the Electoral College system for a couple hundred years. That and more on The Show.
The coronavirus outbreak has already affected some companies and rattled economies. We'll hear how it could also affect the supply of medicine in this country. And a "DREAMer" who was part of a championship robotics team turns his attention to the kitchen. That and more on The Show.
President Trump is coming to the Valley Wednesday for a rally in Phoenix. Is Arizona now a must-visit state for GOP candidates? Plus, how social media has changed our relationship with food. That and more on The Show.
Pima County just rejected nearly $2 million in federal immigration funds, saying it allows local law enforcement to target immigrant communities. We'll hear why the county sheriff says that decision will hurt public safety. Plus, what to look for from another busy week at the state Capitol. That and more on The Show.
The U.S. Senate race between Martha McSally and Mark Kelly is expected to be one of the most intense battles in the nation this fall. We'll hear a new McSally ad aims to recraft her image, and we’ll analyze other top stories of the week on our Friday NewsCap. Plus, saying goodbye to a telescope that made many more discoveries than scientists ever anticipated. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey wants to spend $10 million in the new state budget on improving access to broadband in rural Arizona. How many connections will that buy? Plus, we’ll meet a Phoenix woman who’s opening her own brewery. That and more on The Show.
Volunteers with the group No More Deaths had their convictions overturned on religious freedom grounds. Will those kinds of arguments find their way into other cases? Plus, could changes in how credit scores are calculated affect consumer spending? That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey has talked a lot about so-called second chance opportunities for inmates. We'll explore what impact more money for these programs could have. Plus, Democrats are hoping to win one or both legislative chambers next year, but how aligned are they this year? That and more on The Show.
As construction continues on a new wall along the Arizona-Mexico border, activists are working to protect the environment. We'll hear Congressman Raul Grijalva on potential damage to a national monument in Arizona. Plus, how reactions to the coronavirus outbreak have veered toward racism. That and more on The Show.
NAU President Rita Cheng stirred up controversy for using university money to take international trips. Now a coalition of students to call on her to resign. Plus, an alleged mafia enforcer turned restaurateur faces federal charges. That and more on The Show.
A question about citizenship will not be on this year’s census. Some groups, though, are still trying to find a way to limit who’s counted. Plus, utility regulators weigh in on APS’ faulty rate comparison tool. That and more on The Show.
President Trump delivered his State of the Union address last night. What he had to say, and how it could impact Arizona. Plus, attention all '80s gamers looking for a new place to stay: Atari says it’ll have something for you in Phoenix. That and more on The Show.
The chief justice of Arizona’s Supreme Court has a set of goals for the judiciary over the next few years. Chief Justice Robert Brutinel on what he hopes to achieve and how Arizona’s courts are doing. Plus, why there doesn’t seem to be a 2020 version of Barry Goldwater in this year’s impeachment proceedings. That and more on The Show.
The Senate Impeachment trial has dominated the news this week, but it’s also seeped into this fall’s elections. How one of Arizona’s senators figures into that, plus all the week’s news on the Friday NewsCap. And a conversation with the new CEO of the Phoenix Symphony. That and more on The Show.