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Election Day is here, and thousands of Arizonans are expected to head to the polls. We’ll check in with voting across the state. Plus, why Kindergarten enrollment has dropped in Arizona and what that means for students and schools. That and more on The Show.

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Arizona voters headed to the polls on Tuesday to cast their votes in the general election, while a record number of voters turned in early ballots. Follow Arizona updates from the day with KJZZ and the Associated Press.
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2020 Election Results: National And Arizona Races
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Election Day is Tuesday, and the candidates are stumping for every vote they can. We'll hear what’s behind the growing support for President Trump among Latino men. Plus, Arizona’s newly-awarded teacher of the year on teaching remotely and helping students through the pandemic. That and more on The Show.

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Even with the CDC order in-place, Pam Bridge with Community Legal Services expects to see more evictions in Arizona with the expiration of the state order.
Arizona Gov. Ducey Announces Additional $7 Million For Housing Assistance
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Election Day is just a few days away, and Arizona continues to attract attention from both presidential campaigns. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap panelists on our battleground designation and what they expect to happen next week. Plus, what the history of monsters tells us about ourselves. That and more on The Show.

Monstrum presents Exhumed: A History of Zombies
ASU professor Emily Zarka is the creator, writer and host of the series "Monstrum" on PBS. Her new special "Exhumed: A History of Zombies" traces the zombie from its beginnings in the spiritual beliefs of West African slaves through modern pop culture.
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Phoenix officials have agreed to a plan to combat homelessness in the city. We'll hear what it will look like and how it might work. Plus, Arizona’s original poet laureate on creating art during the pandemic. That and more on The Show.

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Under its latest version of the "Safely Returning to In-Person Instruction" document, the Arizona Department of Health Services says school leaders should prepare to transition to virtual learning if their county’s three COVID-19 benchmarks are in the red. Previous guidance issued in August only required one benchmark in the red.
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The late Sen. John McCain was known for fighting for his beliefs but also for a willingness to cross the political aisle. Is McCain’s type of bipartisanship a thing of the past or on the verge of revival? Plus, why Yuma is providing a different kind of home field advantage for young California athletes. That and more on The Show.

A sign warning of smuggling stands in an empty field on the U.S.-Mexico border
People who cross the border into southern Arizona have been dying at a faster rate than at any time in the past several years, a new report suggests. So far, the remains of 181 people have been found.