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An Arizona nonprofit that aims to use the arts to help kids who have undergone trauma has a new leader. We’ll hear his vision for the organization. Plus, one lawmaker is trying to lift the ban on cruising in Valley cities — and lowrider fans are happy about it. That and more on The Show.

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The Show spoke with Matt Sandoval, the new executive director of Free Arts for Abused Children, about the role the arts is taking in helping kids who've gone through trauma.
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An effort to build a statue in honor of Sandra Day O’Connor is coming up against opposition — from one of her sons. And our Made in Arizona series continues with a Navajo weaver — and skateboarder. That and more on The Show. 

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Naiomi Glasses is Polo Ralph Lauren's first artist in residence, using her Navajo weaving in a new collection that came out this winter. She's also a skateboarder, model and advocate for people born with a cleft palate, like her.
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States across the country are looking into ways to protect kids from the harms posed to them by social media. How court rulings have forced some policymakers to change their approach. And, how one Arizona researcher is working to control rodent populations — with their fertility. That and more on The Show.

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The Show spoke with Danny Weiss, chief advocacy officer at Common Sense Media, about the approaches different states are taking to protect kids from the impacts of social media.
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The government's rollout of what was supposed to be a new and improved college financial aid form has been full of glitches. One local high school counselor worries it could keep students out of college. And, what new data tell us about Valley fever, and how it spreads. That and more on The Show.

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The Show spoke with Elvia Díaz, editorial page editor of the Arizona Republic, and columnist Laurie Roberts about the recent announcement of two departures from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
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The U.S. House impeached the Homeland Security Secretary, and state lawmakers considered new immigration legislation. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze those and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, a defense of that disparaged piece of punctuation: the exclamation point. That and more on The Show.

Ruben Gallego, Kyrsten Sinema and Kari Lake
Former Arizona lawmakers Regina Cobb and Aaron Lieberman joined The Show to talk about a new lawsuit filed against the Biden administration, the impeachment of the federal Homeland Security Secretary and more.

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