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Beef prices are up and industry insiders don’t expect them to go down anytime soon. We'll hear how that’s affecting Arizona ranchers. Plus, could a re-imagined project in Chandler provide a guide for building more affordable housing? That and more on The Show.

Nate Brawley
The Show spoke with Nate Brawley, an assistant area livestock agent for the Graham County Cooperative Extension Office and the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension based in southeastern Arizona, about how ongoing drought is affecting cattle ranchers.
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Free speech on college campuses is again an intense topic of conversation. A national advocate shares what they’re seeing in Arizona. Plus, tackling the topics of sex and sovereignty with large format portraiture. That and more on The Show.

ASU saw demonstrations in support of Palesting (left) and Israel following Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack
The Show spoke with Alex Morey, director of campus rights advocacy for the Foundation for Individual Rights, about how universities need to be bastions of free speech.
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Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female justice of the United States Supreme Court and a pioneer in Arizona politics died today in Phoenix. She was 93 years old. Today on The Show, we look back on the life and legacy of Justice O’Connor.

Sandra Day O'Connor is sworn in as a Supreme Court justice
Ruth McGregor and Scott Bales, two retired members of the Arizona judiciary, joined The Show to remember former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, who died today at the age of 93.
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With all of the attention on water supplies in the West, more conversation has centered on the future of dams. We’ll hear why one observer thinks dams will start to come down across the region. Plus, our Staying Power series continues with an artist who has been instrumental in the Phoenix scene for decades. That and more on The Show.

Joe Willie Smith being interviewed by The Show's Lauren Gilger inside his Phoenix art studio.
A new series called Staying Power looks at people who have made Arizona their home — like Joe Willie Smith. Smith has been a paid artist for nearly his entire life, from painting broken plates for his mother to sell, to doing graphic design for newspapers. When Smith moved to Phoenix, it was a very different place than the one we know today.
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Serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia can be challenging to diagnose in young people. But one local clinic finds and treats teens with the disorder before their brains are too damaged. Plus — got a white beard? Why demand for Santas is way up this holiday season. That and more on The Show.

hospital bed
The Show spoke with Ann-Marie Alameddin, president and CEO of the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, about AHCCCS disenrollments.