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Tucson has paused its vaccine requirement for city workers, after Arizona's attorney general said it was illegal. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week's top Plus, our monsoon series continues with a look at how the rains can be a double-edged sword for farmers. That and more on The Show.

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More than 235 million people visited America’s national parks in 2020, despite temporary closures due to the pandemic. But not all of those visitors were impressed by what they saw at those parks. And some of them were not shy about saying so, especially online. That’s where Amber Share comes in.
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June 2021 was the hottest June on record in Phoenix, but extreme heat is not unique to Arizona. We'll hear why one researcher says no place on the planet is safe from heat. Plus, with the current polarization in the country, do we need a new definition of patriotism? That and more on The Show.

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Wiley Wallace paints worlds that are part reality — and part radioactive myth. The Phoenix artist's dualistic works often include his own children surrounded by supernatural figures, symbols and light. The effect is oftentimes eerie, sometimes amusing and always interesting.
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The U.S. pulled out of Afghanistan only weeks before the 20tth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. We'll hear from Osama Bin Laden's biographer on what the terrorist leader would think of current events Plus, how our damp monsoon season has helped provide water for Arizona wildlife. That and more on The Show.

Last week, lawyers representing state Senate Republicans released a cache of records from the so-called audit of the 2020 Maricopa County election results. Nearly 22,000 documents were released and within those, about 3,000 of those are emails between Republican senators and the contractors being paid to carry out this process.
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The LDS Church in Utah is pushing to get more people vaccinated. And Arizona groups are helping Afghan refugees get resettled here. That and more on The Show. 

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People evacuated from Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover began arriving in the United States last week. The first group to arrive in America was brought into Phoenix last week. With the challenges of escaping the Taliban behind them, this community now faces the task of acclimating to life in Arizona — and the dramatic changes in routine that come with a move across the world.
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The Show is looking back at stories about all kinds of work. From why the pandemic has led to what some are calling the "Great Resignation” to why it might not be such a great idea to fake your feelings at the office to the work that goes in to creating emotional reactions from music. That and more on The Show.

Marisa Mayes and Brigid Trainor
It’s being called the "Great Resignation." Millions of people are quitting their jobs amid the pandemic — and especially as life begins to return to some form of normal in the United States. So, what’s driving them — some of them — at least? To find out, The Show spoke with Brigid Trainor and Marisa Jo Mayes.

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