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On Christmas Eve, The Show is looking back on some of our favorite interviews of the year. From a veteran of working from home to how a particularly graphic Arizona street got its name to a happy birthday to a very famous mystery-solving dog. Those stories and more on The Show. 

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Social media has been filled over the past several months with images of makeshift home offices, pets and kids that have suddenly become co-workers and comments about the backgrounds in our Zoom calls. The coronavirus pandemic has led to a lot of us working from home. Some, like David Tavernier, have a lot of experience with that.
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State lawmakers will come back to the Capitol in a few weeks, amid the ongoing pandemic and questions about the election. The state Senate president on what to expect in 2021. And how heavy metal music became a favorite of the Navajo Nation. That and more on The Show.

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Christmas is only two days away, but the packages you sent or expected to receive may not arrive in time to open them under the tree or next to your stocking. The United States Postal Service says its 644,000 employees are doing their best, but more Americans ordered packages online this year leading to record volume. And, of course, the pandemic has complicated the entire process.
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Many businesses have struggled during the pandemic. We'll hear what a new survey says about how they’re doing now and how they’re trying to keep people safe. And are some violent crimes up because of the pandemic? That and more on The Show.

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There’s only so many ways we can say it: The holidays have not been and will not be the same this year. Christmas is still on — theoretically, anyway. But longtime Valley journalist and commentator Amy Silverman has been struggling to get in the mood. She wrote, "Have Yourself A Merry Little Xmas" to capture her feelings toward this year's yuletide season.
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Vaccinations against COVID-19 have started in Arizona, although it’ll be months before it’ll be available to the general public. Once Arizonans can choose to get vaccinated, can employers mandate it? And a look at some notable restaurant closures in 2020 and whether 2021 will be a better year for the industry. That and more on The Show.

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Throughout the pandemic, lawmakers have been in the difficult position of having to decide when to require businesses to shut down. Arizona had a set of benchmarks for making these decisions, but the state’s health department recently changed its own rules, effectively ruling out any future closures, regardless of how high virus numbers rise.
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Some lawmakers are pushing to take away Gov. Ducey’s emergency powers, even as COVID-19 cases continue on an upward trajectory. We'll hear our Friday NewsCap panelists discuss that and more top stories of the week. Plus, the effort to make Phoenix more of a global city. That and more on The Show.

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KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera and Paul Bentz of HighGround.

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