Extremists stormed the nation's Capitol in Washington on Wednesday. We’ll hear how law enforcement should have responded, whether it amounts to treason and what happened here in Arizona. Plus, the head of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce on what he expects 2021 to look like. That and more on The Show.
Congress will meet to count each state's Electoral College votes and make the presidential outcome official. We'll hear what some of President Trump’s supporters in Arizona and other states are hoping to do in response. Plus, how finding letters from World War I inspired a writer to learn more about his family. That and more on The Show.
Experts are expecting changes in immigration policy once the Biden administration takes office. We'll look at immigration's impact on politics and the economy. Plus, Arizona’s COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb. That and more on The Show.
This school year has been a difficult one, with the pandemic forcing lots of students online for at least part of the time. An advocate explains how to evaluate what students are learning and how to fill in the gaps. Plus, why Arizona's biggest county saw a slow start to its COVID-19 vaccine rollout. That and more on The Show.
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