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Arizona lawmakers are considering several changes to how elections are run and how voting would work. We'll hear how young voters feel about those proposals. Plus, why rising temperatures could hamper one of nature’s ways of dealing with climate change. That and more on The Show.

Carla Wade Logan Carly's Bistro
As more potential customers have been vaccinated, the ability to venture out and sit down and eat at your favorite spot is becoming more of a reality again. But many restaurants are having a hard time getting former employees to return or to find new workers to replace them.
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Several Arizona officials have talked about how the situation at the southern border has impacted the state. Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone tells us what he’s seeing. Plus, Scottsdale’s experimenting with a new kind of park near downtown. That and more on The Show.

Michael Beitz Scottsdale pocket park concept sketch
Scottsdale plans to build a pocket park near downtown, as a trial run of sorts. The small park will be on city-owned land on the corner of Indian School Road and Drinkwater Boulevard. Officials say if it’s well-received, the city could decide to build more of them.
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The firms picked by the Arizona Senate to do the audit of Maricopa County ballots are generating a fair bit of controversy. Our Friday NewsCap panel analyzes the week’s top stories. Plus, how Arizona’s one-doctor towns are handling healthcare during the pandemic. That and more on The Show.

Michael Druschel
Arizona has been dealing with a shortage of physicians and other medical professionals for years. And that problem is even more dramatic in rural areas of the state, leaving certain places to rely — in some cases — on one doctor.
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COVID-19 hit the Navajo Nation about as hard as any region of the country. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez on how leaders stemmed the tide. Plus, the head coach of the UA women’s basketball team on taking her alma mater to its first Final Four. That and more on The Show.

Adia Barnes
The University of Arizona women’s basketball team has made it to its first-ever Final Four. The Show spoke with University of Arizona head coach Adia Barnes and asked what this first Final Four appearance means for the program.
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Criminal justice reform was seen as a bipartisan issue that would lead to significant progress in the current legislative session. We'll hear why only a few modest bills have passed. Plus, a Phoenix garage is trying to get more women into the auto repair trade. That and more on The Show.

Girl Gang Garage
Who do you picture when you think of an auto technician? Auto repair and maintenance have long been male-dominated trades. Women make up just a small minority of those working in the automotive maintenance and repair trades. A garage in Phoenix is trying to change that.
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