Efforts to call a constitutional convention to amend the document have been growing in recent years. We’ll hear from a former U.S. Senator on why he thinks that’s a dangerous idea. Plus, a new cookbook takes its inspiration from the big screen. That and more on The Show.
Mental illness impacts us all — from public safety to homelessness to health care. We examine the line between protecting someone’s civil rights and locking someone up if they’re a danger to themselves or others. Plus, a graffiti artist-turned professor on the history and evolution of this illicit artform. That and more on The Show.
The amount of screen time kids get has raised concerns from a number of corners. We’ll hear why some advocates are also worried about what’s happening to kids’ data online. Plus, we visit an animal sanctuary that’s seeing an influx of orphaned birds in the summer heat. That and more on The Show.
The value of the Mexican peso has been rising, leading some residents of Nogales, Sonora to do their shopping across the border. We’ll hear what that means for Arizona businesses. Plus, the former head of Mesa Arts and Culture reflects on growing the arts scene in that city. That and more on The Show.
Arizona schools Superintendent Tom Horne has filed suit over dual-language programs, arguing they violate a voter-approved law. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, with Voodoo Doughnuts making a splash in Tempe, we take a look closer look at the Valley's rich doughnut scene. That and more on The Show.