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Katie Hobbs has been busy building a transition team and planning her legislative agenda in which she will have to work with a Republican majority. We’ll hear from the governor-elect herself. Plus, a new KJZZ series uncovers cases of abuse and neglect against people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. That and more on The Show.

After running through a vote-counting machine, an election worker gathers ballots
Nov. 28 marks the deadline for all of Arizona’s 15 counties to certify the results of the 2022 election. But of course, election deniers and a slate of losing candidates here won’t let that be the end of it.
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This week, The Show is re-visiting some of our favorite discussions from past years and we’ll explore party etiquette in the COVID era.

Sirena Rana Dufault At Tanner Trail, Grand Canyon
It doesn’t matter if you live in a small town or the big city, if you live in Arizona, you probably live close to hiking trails. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you feel comfortable on them. In the final installment of KJZZ;s series about hiking and diversity, we meet a woman who wants people from all walks of life to take a hike.
Solo Hiking: Meet The Women Who Like To Go It Alone
Hiking With Disabilities: Making Wilderness Accessible To Everyone
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With a disability, it’s easy to stay indoors. We’ll look at what happens when people with disabilities get outside and hit the trails. Plus, a Tiny Desert Concert from Afrolatina poet Raquel Denis. That and more as The Show is revisits some of our favorite discussions from past years.

Carly Verbeke laughing in a wheelchair near the edge of the Mogollon Rim
Famed naturalist John Muir once wrote that “going to the woods is going home.” Many feel that connection to wilderness, but disabilities can make people feel locked out of it. Part two of a three-part series about diverse hikers is about the importance of making hiking accessible to everyone.
Hear Part One, Solo Hiking: Women Who Like To Go It Alone
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For many women who hike alone, just getting to the trailhead means busting through a layer of resistance that isn’t there for men. That didn’t stop these three women from getting outdoors by themselves. Plus, we’ll meet a couple using iconic Arizona imagery in their graphic design shop. That and more as The Show is revisits some of our favorite discussions from past years.

Caitlin Stewart raises her hands over a cliff
Nature is for everyone, but it doesn’t always feel that way. Society has a way of imposing silent rules on who should be an outdoorsy person — or sometimes we impose them on ourselves. In the first of a three-part series about hikers who might surprise you, meet the women who like to walk alone.
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After years of debate, a federal judge has thrown out the controversial border policy known as Title 42. Immigrant rights advocates are celebrating the move and hope it will help asylum seekers waiting at the border. And we all know and love Christmas movies, but what about Thanksgiving movies? That and more on The Show.

2022 arizona midterm ballot
Arizona’s midterm elections are finally almost over. As results settle, The Show spoke with Hank Stephenson of the Arizona Agenda to learn how some of the many propositions fared with voters this year.

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