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Welcome to Scottsdale marker sign
A tripped alarm alerted an employee, who called police. Responding officers discovered a car in the alley behind the American Fine Art gallery, with a ladder leading to the roof.
Jan. 9, 2024
The Peoria Center for the Performing Arts is launching a six-month free music series. Performances begin Wednesday evening.
Jan. 9, 2024
Lauren Ruffin and Jenna Hanchey
The Show visited "Griots and Galaxies: Unveiling the Multiverse of Black Speculative Fiction" and spoke with ASU professors Lauren Ruffin and Jenna Hanchey about what the exhibit covers.
Jan. 9, 2024
Larry Fitzgerald
Randy Moss and Larry Fitzgerald are among 19 players and three coaches in the College Football Hall of Fame class announced Monday.
Jan. 8, 2024
Stars in sky above mountains
Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff and the nonprofit Grand Canyon Conservatory are hosting a rare look into the Indigenous lore of winter constellations in northern Arizona.
Jan. 5, 2024
Karina Bland
Former Arizona Republic columnist Karina Bland joined The Show to talk more about her New Year's resolution related to tap dance, and run host Lauren Gilger through the steps.
Jan. 5, 2024
The AZ Diamond Dawgs in Queen Creek
While kids are playing on organized team sports less often, including in Arizona. The Show spoke with the Aspen Institute's Jon Solomon for more about the trends and what's next.
Jan. 4, 2024
Supplies for a jean repair.
The Show spoke with Julie Hampton about her 2023 resolution to not buy a single new item of clothing.
Jan. 4, 2024
Tasha Miller Griffith
The Show continues its series Made in Arizona with Tasha Miller Griffith, a textile artisan who mends clothes in Flagstaff.
Jan. 4, 2024
mobile phone and earbud on table
The Show spoke with Scott Daniels, a student at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School, about his 2023 resolution to listen to 100 new albums and how he plans to continue it in 2024.
Jan. 3, 2024
Woman in a cozy sweater sitting in a chair reading by a fireplace with a mug of tea
The Show spoke with Amanda Kehrberg, a Ph.D. student at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication studying digital culture, about what the pop culture landscape will look like in 2024.
Jan. 3, 2024
Skier goes down hill
Northern Arizona hasn’t seen much snow yet this season but snowmaking is helping to keep skiers coming up.
Jan. 2, 2024
Kyle Murphy ASU football
The need to be bigger, faster, stronger, and still bigger, comes with a complicated relationship with food as offensive lineman strive to hit a certain weight.
Jan. 2, 2024
A zebra from Tucson’s Reid Park Zoo gave birth to a healthy female baby foal
A zebra from Tucson’s Reid Park Zoo gave birth to a healthy female foal on Dec. 25. The foal is a Grevy’s zebra and will be monitored by staff in the following weeks.
Jan. 1, 2024
Super Snake
A longtime voice of Phoenix radio has died, according to an announcement from his family. Super Snake died unexpectedly early Saturday. His family did not release his age or further details about his death.
Dec. 30, 2023
Fiesta Bowl crowd 2019
Football fans from across the country will descend on Glendale as the University of Oregon Ducks take on the Liberty University Flames for the annual Fiesta Bowl match at State Farm Stadium.
Dec. 29, 2023
Tempe town lake light rail with blue lights
If you’re ringing in 2024 in the Phoenix area, Valley Metro wants you to put away the car keys after popping the champagne. All rides on the transit system will be free on New Year’s Eve.
Dec. 29, 2023
Anne Gale
Several decades ago, Anne Gale partnered with George Wiseman and an interior design firm was born. Scott Burdick, now the firm’s managing partner, first met Gale when his mother interned for her. Burdick has this remembrance.
Dec. 29, 2023
Amy Osowski
As 2023 comes to a close, we're remembering several Arizonans you may never have heard of who passed away this year. We’ll hear about Amy Osowski, a Mesa resident who owned Lulubell Toy Bodega. But as her friend and fellow community activist David Crummey explains, Osowski did so much more than run a Japanese collectibles store.
Dec. 28, 2023
A gymnastics class for preschoolers
Starting Jan. 1, Peoria will collect sales taxes on dance, gymnastics, and martial arts studios that charge for dance, sports, athletic, or health-related instruction after. A random audit revealed the issue.
Dec. 27, 2023

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