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The House Ethics Committee has another complaint to investigate — this one over a lawmaker hiding copies of the Bible. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, what the new Suns and Mercury TV deal means for the future of how we watch sports. That and more on The Show.

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Looking ahead to next season, fans of the Suns and Mercury will have a different way to watch their games, and it’s kind of a blast from the past: over the air TV. The teams have reached a deal with Gray Television to air the games; there’ll also be a streaming option
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As Title 42 is set to end, many experts are expecting a new wave of migrants on our southern border. The Show looks at what that could mean for the biggest hospital in the Yuma area. Plus, our series on the Sonoran Desert continues, with an artist who makes dyes out of invasive plants. That and more on The Show.

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Saguaro Land is a series from The Show looking at the Sonoran Desert — the lushest, hottest desert in the world that happens to be our home. The Show spoke with an artist who transforms invasive plants into art.
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Two top officials at the University of Arizona are out of a job in the wake of the shooting of a professor. The Show looks at the related campus safety concerns. Plus, Tempe is getting a new police chief who spent 27 years in Anchorage, Alaska. That and more on The Show.

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The University of Arizona's first female police chief as well as a provost are stepping away from their roles as criticism of campus safety issues continues following a professor’s shooting death.
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Inflation and home prices remain high in the Valley. The Show looks at what those and other indicators say about the state’s economic future. Plus, does taking all that melatonin really help you sleep? A new study has some answers. That and more on The Show.

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It’s something many families don’t consider when placing their loved ones in long-term care. And on Monday, the Arizona Republic tackled the issue of resident-on-resident abuse.
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State Sen. Wendy Rogers went to court to get a restraining order against a local journalist. Now that reporter’s newspaper is fighting back. Plus, what a slowdown in autonomous truck development might mean for Arizona. That and more on The Show.

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Arizona has been an early adopter in welcoming companies developing autonomous commercial trucking driving technology. But reporter Joann Muller reports that several startups working on self-driving trucks have stalled in the early months of 2023.