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The debate over bilingual education and English-language learners has been reignited in Arizona. We take a look at the history of the issue and what might be next. Plus, our series on the Sonoran Desert continues with a look at its healing properties. That and more on The Show.

Tom Horne
The Show spoke with Arizona Republic reporter Daniel Gonzalez about schools since Prop 203 and Superintendent Tom Horne's efforts to push back on dual language programs.
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A trial over the region's largest homeless encampment, “The Zone,” starts today. We'll hear how the city has already begun cleaning up the area — and forcing people there to move out. Plus, a Valley resident heads to London to compete in a global croquet tournament. That and more on The Show.

Crews remove belongings from a tent in "The Zone"
The city of Phoenix will go to court Monday to prove it has met a deadline to clear a large homeless encampment, an action that has drawn pushback from civil rights advocates.
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Phoenix City Hall
The Show spoke with T.J. L'Heureux, reporter with the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism and a master's student at ASU' Cronkite School, about new reporting revealing that Phoenix's 15 Village Planning Committees have ties to the development or real estate industries.
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There’s been a lot of research recently into the relationship between concussions and the neurodegenerative disease CTE – a new study suggests there might be a better way to look at the issue. Plus, as temperatures go up, a look at some of the state’s best swimming holes. That and more on The Show.

Monsoon storm lightning over downtown phoenix summer 2022
The Show spoke with Arizona State University professor and climatologist Randy Cerveny about what to expect for this year's monsoon season.
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Almost all of Arizona's county attorneys are asking Gov. Katie Hobbs to rescind her order taking abortion prosecutions away from them. We'll hear how a Supreme Court decision on waterways could impact some big Arizona projects. Plus, the cost of pickleball-related injuries is starting to add up. That and more on The Show.

Scorching temperatures are back in the Valley, and the Arizona Burn Center — Valleywise Health reports it’s busy treating patients with contact burns from hot pavement.