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NPR News: 07-17-2019 8PM ET
How Do Phoenix Monsoon Storms Form?
Mexican Musicians Speak Loud About The Struggles Migrants Face
New Research Finds Groundwater Pumping Cost Some Streams Up To Half Their Flows
How To Share Your Arizona Monsoon Stories With The Show
KJZZ's The Show July 1, 2019
Helium Shortage Affects More Than Balloons
Boas: Is AZ Corporation Commission Guilty Of 'Mission Creep?'
A Photojournalist's Mindset When Shooting Tragic Events
BBC Look-Ahead: A History Of Tension With Iran
Mesa Citizens, Unions Disagree On Police Chief
For NICU Families, PPD And PTSD Are Very Likely
Light Rail Stations Reopen After APS Electrical Fire
KJZZ's The Show June 28, 2019
Journey To Find Arizona's Cuisine — Tepary Beans
Plaintiff In Census Citizenship Case 'Not Ready To Sit Back Yet'
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap June 28, 2019
Former Mexican Ambassador To U.S. Talks Trade, Migration
In Sonora, Warrior Searchers Take Up Search For Missing Loved Ones
KJZZ's The Show June 27, 2019
Would A Citizen Review Board Make Phoenix Police Better?
'Hip Historian' Uncovers Hidden LGBTQ History In Arizona
McSally: Bill To Help Border Crisis A 'Band-Aid'
U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Census Citizenship Question
What Did AZ Democrats Think Of The First Presidential Debate?
FTC Plans Crackdown On Spam Robocalls
Arizona Citizens For The Arts Gets New Leader
KJZZ's The Show June 26, 2019
Web-Based Tool Hello Landlord Aims To Decrease Evictions
Trump Taps Former Arizona PIO As New Press Secretary
Attorney: Migrant Children Held In AZ Often Sick, Hungry
Architecture Finds Newfound Popularity In Instagram Era
Phoenix Business Owner Calls For Citizen Review Board
What Earth's History Can Tell Us About Climate Change
AZ U.S. Lawmakers Divided On Humanitarian Aid To Border
Book Explores Generation Conflict