August 2019

Lightning in Phoenix
This monsoon season had been on pace to set a record for the least amount of rain ever, but a storm Wednesday night finally gave us quite a show — with lighting, thunder, heavy rain and even some flooding in parts of the valley.
Aug. 29, 2019
UPSAHL
Taylor Upsahl is no stranger to the Phoenix music scene. She was born into a musical family, played on stages across the Valley from a young age, and now she’s been signed to the record label Arista.
Aug. 29, 2019
“If we start talking to our kids, when they're really, really young, about how to protect their bodies and what their bodies are, as far as beautiful, great things ... we can make sure that they don't fall for the tricks that predators try to lay for them," author Joelle Casteix said.
Aug. 28, 2019
Glen Canyon Dam
Considering the long term drought in the Southwest and how water levels have lowered significantly in Lake Mead and Lake Powell, it may be hard to believe that, in the early 1980s, Powell almost overflowed and nearly caused monumental damage to Glen Canyon Dam.
Aug. 28, 2019
fork and plate
Scottsdale has long been known as a great food town, but now they’re getting a boost from some big-name chefs from out of town.
Aug. 28, 2019
Regina Romero
Tucson Democrats selected Regina Romero as their choice to run for mayor in the November election. She beat two other challengers, including former state Sen. Steve Farley. The city council woman will face independent candidate Ed Ackerley in the upcoming vote.
Aug. 28, 2019
us department of labor building
Religious freedom and religion-related exemptions have become more high-profile topics since President Trump took office in 2017. Last week, the spotlight was shining on a new Labor Department move to expand religious exemptions for federal contractors.
Aug. 28, 2019
Light rail phoenix
Phoenix voters overwhelmingly rejected two recent ballot measures. Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, who opposed the propositions, and Scot Mussi, president of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, who supported them, joined The Show to talk about the votes.
Aug. 28, 2019
Paul Boyer and Janine Menard
Arizona Sen. Paul Boyer fought to pass a bill that gives victims of child sex abuse more time to sue their abusers and the institutions that may have enabled them. Boyer and past chair of the Arizona School Counselors Association Janine Menard joined The Show to talk about how the conversation on protecting children from abuse continues.
Aug. 27, 2019
lemon slices
Starting Tuesday in Arizona, state lottery winners have the power to keep their names confidential, scooter fans have the same rights — and responsibilities — as cyclists and you can practice your nunchuck skills with abandon.
Aug. 27, 2019

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