For the first time, Arizona and some other states will have to take less Colorado River water next year. We'll hear why that is and what it means for residents of those states. And a Phoenix writer on why she feels less safe in this country after the El Paso shooting. That and more on The Show.
The Trump administration wants to change the way green cards are issued, adding another layer to the immigration debate. We analyze that and the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, our monsoon senses series continues with a sound ecologist who records the storms. That and more on The Show.
The Maricopa County Attorney’s office has started a diversion program to help seriously mentally ill people avoid jail. We'll hear from Bill Montgomery on how it’s working. Plus, how hard would Arizona farmers be hit by a Chinese ban on U.S. agricultural products? That and more on The Show.
Arizona has put more money into public schools over the past couple of years. One teacher on why she still has to spend her own money in the classroom. And why one Valley city has temporarily stopped its curbside recycling program. That and more on The Show.
Arizona brought in more money in the recently ended fiscal year than it’s ever collected in any previous fiscal year. We hear what that means for the budget and the state. Plus, the price of one of Arizona’s Five C’s is going down — how that could affect the broader economy. hat and more on The Show.
A recent analysis shows Arizona dropping in a ranking of states in the aerospace industry. We hear why one expert says the state should not worry. Plus, the challenges of making juvenile courts more understandable and accessible. That and more on The Show.
Some Arizona Democrats are calling for a special legislative session to take up gun control measures after last weekend’s shootings in Dayton and El Paso. We'll analyze the week’s top stories on the Friday NewsCap. And why federal trade policy could deal Arizona farmers a "body blow." That and more on The Show.
African Americans have long been the Democratic Party’s most loyal group of voters. We'll hear how will that lead to more diverse leadership and decision-making? Plus, Maricopa County is trying to bring more “smarts” to work zones. That and more on The Show.
Arizona energy regulators have been talking about introducing competition into the market. What that would mean and would it impact consumers? And how mass shootings have impacted how we go about our everyday lives. That and more on The Show.
The Ebola virus has killed nearly 2,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We'll the challenges of creating vaccines to prevent future outbreaks. Plus, how ballparks have helped define American cities. That and more on The Show.
Goodyear was under the microscope last month, as controversy about incentives for a Nike factory swirled. We'll hear Goodyear’s mayor on her city’s economic development efforts. And digging into the archives of a legendary local reporter. That and more on The Show.
Another Arizona lawmaker is being criticized for making what some are calling racist comments. We'll hear what the governor had to say about it — and the other top stories of the week on the Friday NewsCap. Plus, our Monsoon Senses series continues with special sights, courtesy of a photographer. That and more on The Show.
Class sizes have long been a big point of contention, when it comes to education and education funding. Does the size of the school itself impact students’ learning? And why immigration bond prices have shot up under the Trump administration. That and more on The Show.
Phoenix voters will be deciding whether or not to move forward with new light rail projects. We hear the pros and cons of Prop. 105. Plus, with housing stock plummeting in the Valley, it’s a seller’s market. That and more on The Show.
More and more car makers are coming out with electric vehicles. Hear what state regulators are doing to keep the industry charged up. Plus, the effort to increase support and funding for needle exchange programs. That and more on The Show.
School vouchers have been a hot topic of discussion over the past couple of years in Arizona. This morning at nine on The Show, why that seems likely to continue into the next legislative session. And are parents or their kids more addicted to their mobile devices? That and more on The Show.
Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller spent seven hours in front of two House committees this week. We hear our Friday NewsCap assess the testimony and how the Arizona members performed. Plus, our monsoon senses series continues with a taste of saguaro fruit. That and more on The Show.
Following two deaths, the Corporation Commission stepped in to change the energy shutoff policies at some state utilities. APS says it's committed to making the overall process better. Plus an update on the Museum Fire in Flagstaff. That and more on The Show.
State utility regulators want to hear from the head of APS. We'll hear a conversation with one of them, Sandra Kennedy. And the challenges faced by families who care for loved ones with developmental disabilities. That and more on The Show.
After the U.S. Supreme Court allowed states to legalize sports betting, many raced to do so. We'll hear why Arizona was not one of them, and whether or not that may change. And a proposed policy by the Trump administration would bar all refugees from the country. That and more on The Show.