November 2018

2018 Ballot Prop 127
Here’s an Arizona Supreme Court decision you might have missed over the holiday. On Wednesday, the court ruled unanimously that anyone collecting signatures for citizen initiatives must appear before the court when they are subpoenaed.
Nov. 26, 2018
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While many schools and people who work in schools are more aware of bullying now than in generations past, there are still a lot of questions about it, and how to prevent it.
Nov. 26, 2018
Hole in the Rock
Phoenix is known for its scenic mountains and unusual weather. One listener wanted to know more about these features and how they relate to one another. The answer to this Q&AZ question explores on the geology, geography and prehistory of the Valley of the Sun.
Nov. 26, 2018
When you think of an environmentalist, do you picture a certain type of person? According to a new survey, most Americans think of environmentalists as white, well-educated and middle class. But that same survey raises questions about what types of people actually care about the environment.
Nov. 21, 2018
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Just one person in Arizona history has served as governor, U.S. senator and chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court. He also was the man behind what is now KTVK-TV Channel 3 in Phoenix.
Nov. 21, 2018
A new study reveals what many people working in the foster care system have known for years — older children are falling behind their peers who have not experienced foster care.
Nov. 21, 2018
Former Toys R Us worker Tracy Auerbach
Some former Toys R Us workers in the Valley are celebrating Wednesday morning.
Nov. 21, 2018
The Arizona Capitol building
The election is over and the state legislators-elect have wasted no time choosing their leaders for the 54th legislature.
Nov. 21, 2018
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Phoenix residents Aubrey and Jordan Crisp are twins who have both gone through transitioning from female to male. They joined The Show to talk about their lives and the dramatic changes they’ve been through.
Nov. 21, 2018
As we enjoy high temperatures in the 70s this week, talking heat may seem a bit strange. But if Phoenix is going to become the first U.S. city with a cohesive strategy to address the health and economic impacts of extreme heat, Michael Hammett thinks work needs to take place year-round.
Nov. 21, 2018

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