March 2018

The Show on KJZZ

North Korea flag
North Korea has suggested it’s open to talks with the United States, which could include steps to curb North Korea’s nuclear program. Here to talk more about this latest development is Washington Post reporter Brian Murphy.
March 6, 2018
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The latest round of talks for the North American Free Trade Agreement wrapped in Mexico City yesterday.
March 6, 2018
solar panels
Legal issues between Arizona utilities and solar companies have been brewing for several years. Now one of the suits — between Salt River Project and Tesla-owned SolarCity — could be on the road to a settlement. The U.S. Supreme Court has oral arguments in the case on its docket for this month.
March 6, 2018
We’ve heard a lot in recent years about the need to get more girls into STEAM fields. That’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. So, one local all-girls high school is doing something about it.
March 6, 2018
chocolate
A worldwide cacao shortage is making a lot of people nervous. One option to fill part of the void is popping up in Hawaii.
March 6, 2018
Semitruck
Two Southern California cities, LA and Long Beach, are looking for ways to penalize trucking companies they say are underpaying drivers.
March 6, 2018
Grand Canyon University
Since 2004, Grand Canyon University has been a for-profit university, a move in response to the crushing $20 million debt the school once held.
March 6, 2018
A conservative think tank has written policy that would give every child of an active-duty service member an education savings account. Some worry that will drain a large source of funds for many Arizona schools.
March 6, 2018
If you’re anything like The Show staff, you didn’t do too well in your Oscar pool last night. But a few people who did do well — Guillermo del Toro and the cast and crew of The Shape of Water — as well as Jordan Peele and Frances McDormand, and a graduate of my alma mater, Brophy — Glen Keane for best animated short.
March 5, 2018
Tensions between the U.S. and Mexico have been heightened since President Trump took office in 2017. And uncertainty may be growing, thanks to the decision by U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson’s decision to resign her post. She’ll leave in May. Jacobson is one of the most experienced people in the State Department when it comes to Latin America.
March 5, 2018

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