Members of Arizona’s Congressional delegation were among those storming a closed-door impeachment proceeding this week. We discuss that and the rest of the week’s stop stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, the person behind a new kids’ show featuring a multi-generational Mexican-American family. That and more on The Show.
For many people experiencing homelessness, the descent into the criminal justice system can seem impossible to escape. We take you to a court in Mesa that’s connecting people to resources — instead of locking them up. Plus, a new project aims to find new uses for solar energy. That and more on The Show.
Construction on the light rail extension into south Phoenix has officially started. We’ll check in with a neighborhood business owner and the city on what’s next. And as the Suns tip off their season, will this year be the year they escape the cellar? That and more on The Show.
The Show checks in with an ongoing strike of mine workers in southern Arizona. Plus, a new regular series called "Page Turner" looks at the latest books recommended in Arizona bookstores. That and more on The Show.
Arizona's 2020 legislative session will feature a battle over sanctuary cities. We'll examine the constitutionality of the sanctuary city issue. Plus, we'll hear a Tiny Desert Concert from musician and poet Raquel Denis. That and more on The Show.
Arizona Republicans are lagging their Democratic rivals in fundraising, and our congressional delegation is still divided on Trump's policies. We'll analyze these and the week’s other top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, a new report sounds the alarm about Arizona's water future. That and more on The Show.
Congress is still mulling over the USMCA, the so-called new NAFTA. Why proponents keep pushing for the deal’s approval and what concerns some critics. And no drink minimum here, as we begin a new segment highlighting comedians from across the Valley. That and more on The Show.
APS customers have to start paying back their summer power bills now that utility shut-offs can resume. We'll hear how community groups are trying to step up to help. Plus, a former deputy CIA director on the challenges facing the intelligence agency in the 21st century. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s English language immersion program has been controversial since it started. Why there are now efforts to repeal it. And trying to close a Grand Canyon-sized gap in data on tribal internet connectivity. That and more on The Show.
Aerospace has traditionally been a male-dominated world. We meet the first woman to lead Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Plus, trying to figure out how Americans define this country’s greatness. That and more on The Show.
Gov. Ducey and Sens. Sinema and McSally have begun to wade into the impeachment conversation. We hear what they’re saying and analyze the week’s other top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, why starting a garden isn’t as easy as it sounds — whether or not you have a green thumb. That and more on The Show.
Criminal justice reform ran into a lot of barriers during the last legislative session. We hear why a pair of lawmakers still have ambitious bipartisan goals when the legislature reconvenes in January. Plus, the city of Tucson is the latest to consider banning vaping for kids and teens. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s new Department of Corrections director will be facing a number of challenges. We'll look at some of them and potential solutions. And why one law school professor wants to change the definition of civil rights. That and more on The Show.
Homelessness continues to be a problem across the Phoenix metro area. But are new money raising methods to end homelessness truly effective? Plus, a southern Arizona maker who’s incorporating Navajo designs into outdoor apparel. That and more on The Show.
Arizonans have less than a year to get a Travel ID, if they want to fly, but the process of getting one is a complicated one for some residents. Plus, a new study offers some insight into why there's been a spike in deaths related to vaping. That and more on The Show.
Maricopa County supervisors have named a new county attorney: Allister Adel. We hear what her appointment means for the state’s biggest county and the rest of the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, the author of "Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat" on her culinary theory and dealing with sudden fame. That and more on The Show.
More Arizonans lacked health insurance last year than the year before. We hear what’s behind that and what can be done to reverse the trend. Plus, we talk with a beat writer for the Arizona Coyotes and preview their upcoming season. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s new director of the Department of Child Safety is facing a lot of challenges on the job. We hear how his personal experience in the foster care system will affect his approach. Plus, the Phoenix City Council has a set of recommendations to put more of the city under shade. That and more on The Show.
Corporate CEOs are usually focused on profits and shareholders. We'll hear how some business leaders are moving more toward "conscious" capitalism. Plus, what it takes to put 17 small businesses under one roof in Scottsdale. That and more on The Show.
One of the first lawsuits has been filed seeking damages for five migrant families who were separated at the border. We'll hear how the legal arguments in the case may play out. Plus, as baseball playoffs get underway, a look at a new effort to use the game to help Alzheimer’s patients. That and more on The Show.