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Sounds Of The City: Escaping The Daily Grind At The Skate Park
Kate Gallego Sworn In As Phoenix Mayor
West Phoenix Light Rail Line Delayed
AZ Withdraws From Interstate Vote Checking Program
KJZZ's The Show July 10, 2017
Workplace Noise Distracts Our Ears — And Eyes
Looking Ahead To The Week In International News
Republic Editorial Board Weighs In On California 'Sanctuary State' Bill
Sportswriter Credits How Hitters Swing To Record Home Runs
Speaker's Lobby Rule On 'Appropriate Attire' Not As Simple As It Sounds
What's Behind Impulse To Give Something Away To Help A Cause?
What Impact Will Trump's $300 Million Budget Cut To Firefighting Have?
The Pulse: Unearthing Stories Hidden In The Bones Of A Forgotten Burial Ground
The Takeaway: What's Next For The U.S.-Russia Relationship
The Takeaway: As The Battle for Mosul Ends, The Fight To Save Iraq Continues
Monday Morning Dumpster Dive: Journalists Push Back Against Increase In Public Records Fees
Mexico Legalizes Medical Marijuana — But What's 'Medical' Use And Who Will Benefit?
KJZZ's The Show July 7, 2017
Researcher Finds Taking Photos Of Items Helps With Decluttering
Phoenix Votes To Protect 3 Properties From Demolition On Roosevelt Row
Are Shows Just Art Imitating Life, Or Life Imitating Art?
Short-Lived ASU Food Pantry Tried To Alleviate Student Hunger
Author Explores How Religious Faith Has Touched Americans
New Challenges Emerging In Arizona's Water Management
Collaboration Improving South Phoenix Community Along Light Rail
How Does Trump Energy Plan Fit Into Overall Energy Market?
Friday Newscap: July 7, 2017
The Takeaway: Trump And Putin Meet At G20
Closing Arguments Completed In Last Day Of Arpaio Trial
KJZZ's The Show July 6, 2017
Oscars Gets More Diverse, Opens Doors To 774 New Voting Members
Mesa Housing Units Aimed At Chronically Homeless, Low-Income Residents
Sounds Of The City: Patching Up Pools Underwater
Ronstadt Family Associated With Tucson As Early As Late 19th Century
Author Examines Inside Threats, Leaked Classified Information
Law Professor Discusses Ruling On Hearings For Migrant Juveniles
Number Of Refugees Entering U.S. Dropped In Past Year
Republic Reporter Weighs In On End Of Horne Investigation
Asking For A Friend Column Gives Advice To Troubled Liberals
What Effect Does Arizona Paid Sick Leave Law Have On Businesses?
Podcast Playlist: Big City Life: Manor Garden Allotments
The Takeaway: How South Koreans Are Responding To The North
Arizona Girl Scout Camp Revamped For The Digital Age
KJZZ's The Show July 5, 2017
Singer Jessi Colter Harkens Back To Her Religious Upbringing In New Memoir
How Big A Segment Of The Economy Are Video Games?
Rep. Biggs' Bill On Criminal Justice System, Immigration Passes In House
More Companies Bailing Out Of Sponsorships As Controversy Emerges
Report: Deferred Maintenance On UA Campus A 'Time Bomb'
Large Safety Net Hospitals May Be Hardest Hit If Health Bill Passes
During Mexican-American War, Battalion Of Irish Immigrants Fought Against U.S.
What's The Impact Of Latest Supreme Court Ruling On Trump Travel Ban?
Senators Working On Updating Authorization Of Military Force
Michele Reagan Details Concerns About Trump's Election Commission
Two Guys On Your Head: What Works When It Comes To Influencing Behavior
The Takeaway: Missile Launched by North Korea Has Intercontinental Reach
As Arizona’s Demand For Migrant Farm Labor Grows, So Do Concerns About Fair Treatment