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Maricopa County Supervisors strongly criticized Attorney General Mark Brnovich this week over his interim report on the 2020 election. Our Friday NewsCap analyzes that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, Ballet Arizona’s Ib Andersen on the Latin inspiration behind his new production. That and more on The Show.

Supreme Court
This week, a leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion signaled the end of Roe v. Wade, which would mean major changes for abortion access in Arizona and around the country.
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Phoenix could see its first triple-digit day this week. The city’s heat director on how officials are planning to help residents affected by the summer’s scorching temperatures. Plus, how May 5 doesn’t commemorate what many partiers think it does. That and more on The Show.

A Phoenix skyline
The Phoenix City Council recently approved a heat response plan for this summer. For the first time, staff from the city’s homeless services program will join volunteers as they pass out water and maps to cooling centers.
More Arizona business news
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Arizona’s primary elections are just a few months away. We’ll gear how redistricting has changed the dynamics in a handful of Congressional races. Plus, a musical taking the stage in Phoenix tells the story of the belle of Tombstone. That and more on The Show.

Greg Stanton
Arizona’s primary elections are just a few months away. How redistricting has changed the dynamics in a handful of Congressional races.
More Arizona politics news
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A death row inmate is set to be executed next week. We’ll hear the Arizona Board of Executive Clemency rejected his request for a reprieve. Plus, witchcraft is having a moment, but one purveyor of magic says it's not all the real deal. That and more on The Show. 

Abortion rights demonstration at U.S. Supreme Court 2016
Arizona is set to become one of the most restrictive states in the country for abortion access. Gov. Ducey signed a bill to ban abortions after 15 weeks gestation. And many expect the state could set even further limits on abortion in the year ahead.
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Cooks serving guests, servers washing dishes? An award-winning Valley chef takes an unorthodox approach to staffing his restaurant. Plus, a mother’s honest — and sometimes funny — look at life’s challenges. That and more on The Show 

Christopher Gross Wrigley Mansion
In the fine-dining world, there has always been a divide between the front and back of the house. But Christopher's at Wrigley Mansion does things a little bit differently.
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