October 2020

The Show on KJZZ

person opening front door with a key
Even with the CDC order in-place, Pam Bridge with Community Legal Services expects to see more evictions in Arizona with the expiration of the state order. <br><small><b>&#8594; <a href="https://kjzz.org/content/1630872/arizona-gov-ducey-announces-additional-7-million-housing-assistance" target="_blank">Arizona Gov. Ducey Announces Additional $7 Million For Housing Assistance</a></small></b>
Oct. 30, 2020
Jon Gabriel and Tom Ryan in studio
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with attorney Tom Ryan and Ricochet.com Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel.
Oct. 30, 2020
yellow-rumped warbler
The weather is officially inviting in Arizona — to humans and to birds. Virginia Rose fell in love with birding — thanks in no small part to the species found in Arizona’s skies — years ago. And now, she has made it her mission to share it with others who may have thought birding was out of their reach.
Oct. 30, 2020
If the pandemic has led you to take advantage of more time at home by reading as many books as you could find on the shelf or your tablet, you may be looking for some fresh fiction. That’s where Michelle Malonzo of Changing Hands Bookstore comes in.
Oct. 30, 2020
Monstrum presents Exhumed: A History of Zombies
ASU professor Emily Zarka is the creator, writer and host of the series "Monstrum" on PBS. Her new special "Exhumed: A History of Zombies" traces the zombie from its beginnings in the spiritual beliefs of West African slaves through modern pop culture.
Oct. 30, 2020
CDC coronavirus testing sample
The virus is surging again in Arizona and elsewhere. Gov. Doug Ducey appears unwilling to consider another stay-at-home order as healthcare workers are bracing for another wave of patients and deaths.
Oct. 29, 2020
sun shining through a tree
This week’s cold front brought not only chillier temperatures to the state but also some strong polar winds up north with gusts reaching close to 60 miles per hour. Predicting the weather can sometimes be nothing more than a guessing game with your fingers crossed, but the National Weather Service is forecasting that we’ll be back up to 90-degree weather again by the weekend.
Oct. 29, 2020
David and Gladys Wright House in Phoenix
Arizona’s most famous architect — and one of the best-known internationally in the field — is Frank Lloyd Wright. More than 60 years after his death, he and his designs remain relevant. The Show spoke with Arizona Highways editor Robert Stieve for more on just how significant Frank Lloyd Wright is in the state's history.
Oct. 29, 2020
President Donald Trump listens to a reporter’s question
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a slim lead over President Donald Trump in Arizona, among other key battleground states. And a report from AARP indicates Biden’s lead is being bolstered by a key, reliable voting bloc: Arizonans 50 and older.
Oct. 29, 2020
voting sign
Early voting has proven to be a popular option for a lot of Arizonans, but in Pima County, it’s also led to a debate of sorts over who should and should not be allowed near the polls. Tucson officials have told the Pima County recorder that she can no longer hire off-duty Tucson police officers to provide security at the polls — that decision did not sit well with the recorder.
Oct. 29, 2020

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