November 2020

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A Trump campaign sign
As votes are still being counted across the country, and a few states are too close to call in the presidential race, the Trump campaign has filed suits related to the counting of votes. That hasn’t happened yet in Arizona, where tens of thousands of ballots are still being tallied.
Nov. 5, 2020
Katie Hobbs
Arizona election officials and volunteers continue to count ballots two days after the polls have closed. With about 88% of the state’s ballots counted so far, Democrat Joe Biden is holding a lead of nearly 70,000 votes in the state. But there are hundreds of thousands of votes left to count.
Nov. 5, 2020
Voters in line
As Election Day turns into Election Week here in Arizona and across the country, The Show spoke with local analysts to see how they feel about the early polling results.
Nov. 4, 2020
Breakup Shoes at Valley Bar
Around the time that a band starts to gain popularity in Arizona, they’re faced with a crossroad: Stay or go. Indie band Breakup Shoes didn't just to stay — they take full ownership over being a Phoenix band.
Nov. 4, 2020
"Carbon Cowboys" is a documentary series directed by Peter Byck
A new documentary series done in collaboration with Arizona State University follows ranchers and farmers across North America and the United Kingdom as they try a new approach to their work. Fourth-generation rancher Will Harris from Bluffton, Georgia, is one of those featured in the 10-part series called "Carbon Cowboys."
Nov. 4, 2020
OdySea Aquarium stingray Bee
When fish get sick at the OdySea Aquarium near Scottsdale, staff take it as seriously as they would if it was one of their own. Earlier this month, marine biologists noticed that Bee, a 6-foot, 80-pound honeycomb whiptail stingray, began acting funny.
Nov. 4, 2020
An early voting center in north Phoenix on Oct. 22, 2020.
As the country waits for the final results of the 2020 election, people are certainly wondering whether our current system is really as effective as it could be. The Show spoke to a political mathematician about alternative voting systems — and the mathematical problem known as social choice.
Nov. 4, 2020
Kara Geren
As the numbers of new COVID-19 cases continue to rise in our state in recent days, This Show is going back to some of those voices heard early on on this pandemic to find out how they are coping eight months in — and what they’re seeing on the ground today. Dr. Kara Geren is an attending physician in the emergency department at Valleywise Health in Phoenix.
Nov. 4, 2020
Indigenous woman led the 2019 Phoenix Women's March
The epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls has become a focal point for many Arizona lawmakers. Last year, they formed a study committee on it and committed to diving deep into the root causes and systemic challenges that contribute to the problem in the state.
Nov. 4, 2020
Young marijuana plants at Copperstate Farms
Arizonans have voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Nearly 60% of the ballots counted support Proposition 207. With the historic win, Arizona joins ranks with states like California, Colorado, and Maine. For his take on the win, The Show spoke with Will Humble, executive director for the Arizona Public Health Association and the former state health department director.
Nov. 4, 2020

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