April 2019

The bust of Don Bolles
Most Arizonans know the story. In June 1976, Arizona Republic investigative reporter Don Bolles was murdered when his car was blown up after a career of exposing organized crime. Since then, the Clarendon has been deemed a historic site in journalism.
April 26, 2019
Arizona Cardinals training facility
The Arizona Cardinals had the first pick in last night’s NFL Draft — because they had the worst record in the league last season. Despite choosing a quarterback — Josh Rosen — in last year’s first round, the team did it again, making Heisman Trophy-winner Kyler Murray of Oklahoma the top choice.
April 26, 2019
RedForEd march
It’s been one year since tens of thousands of teachers walked out of their classrooms and marched on the Arizona state Capitol, in what became a week-long strike. Arizona was just one of many states that saw teachers harnessing their political power last year as they demanded higher pay..
April 26, 2019
Julie Erfle and Doug Cole in studio.
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with communications consultant Julie Erfle and Doug Cole, Chief Operating Officer at HighGround.
April 26, 2019
RedForEd
The #RedForEd strike ended when lawmakers approved a new state budget, which included Gov. Ducey’s proposal for a 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020. But many people in the education world said, and continue to say, that the plan wasn’t enough.
April 26, 2019
Mi Familia Vota volunteers ready to increase the Latino voter registration in Arizona
As tension over immigration reform and border security continues to boil over, a number of Latinos feel there is a misperception about how American they may be.
April 26, 2019
Arizona Latino Voters register to for the first time
The polling firm Latino Decisions and the progressive data company Catalist compared last year’s Senate races to House races in the 2014 midterms..
April 25, 2019
passport stamps
Much of the rhetoric around immigration — and there is a lot of it these days — focuses on the border. But research shows that most of the people living in the United States illegally did not cross the southern border to get here. The Show spoke more about that with Robert Warren.
April 25, 2019
RedForEd march
It’s been one year since tens of thousands of teachers walked out of their classrooms and marched on the Arizona state Capitol wearing red. It was the peak of a growing trend of teachers taking action to demand higher pay, and this week, The Show is hearing some perspectives on that event.
April 25, 2019
chef cutting food
If you’ve ever watched the Food Network’s fast-paced cooking competition "Chopped," you know the pressure is real. It’s no easy task, but Phoenix chef Nick LaRosa conquered it. LaRosa is the executive chef and part-owner of Blueprint Hospitality Group.
April 25, 2019

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