After being stalled, state lawmakers approved sports gambling in Arizona, and the governor has signed it into law. Our Friday NewsCap analyzes the week’s top stories. Plus, why pandemic-inspired porch concerts in a Phoenix neighborhood have been shut down. That and more on The Show.
Having enough affordable housing has been a challenge for the Phoenix area for a while. We'll hear what a new report says about where the region stands compared to others around the country. Plus, has the promise of expanded revenue from gambling damaged the moral arguments against it? That and more on The Show.
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The Phoenix area's hottest temperatures are fast approaching, and that can be dangerous. What Arizona’s utilities may do about disconnecting customers this summer. Plus, an app brings ancient canals and farmlands to life. That and more on The Show.
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Arizona has been in a drought for years, and concerns about water supplies have been growing. We'll hear how farmers and ranchers will have to adjust to cutbacks of Colorado River water. Plus, why the diagnosis of autism in children may be getting delayed because of the pandemic. That and more on The Show.
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This has been a school year unlike any other, with lots of challenges and unpredictability. A first-year teacher tells us what it’s been like for her, both virtually and in the classroom. Plus, can the Phoenix area support more water parks during a drought? That and more on The Show.