Cities across Arizona and the country are dealing with some issues that used to be handled more on a national level. We’ll hear about mayors seeing the impacts of some of those challenges firsthand. Plus, our Staying Power series continues with a couple who has helped define Phoenix architecture for 3 decades. That and more on The Show.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers have put forward dueling plans to tackle our state’s housing crisis — a big priority with voters. But, after failing to pass bipartisan legislation last year — can they come to a consensus now? Plus, why our favorite entertainment is chalk full of antiheros. That and more on The Show.
The supply of affordable housing in Maricopa County continues to be a concern for leaders and residents. We’ll hear how the county tries to help cities get more units built. Plus, long COVID is impacting Latinos at much higher rates — what’s behind the disparity. That and more on The Show.
Both chambers of the Arizona Legislature are separated by one seat, and both parties are prioritizing keeping — or flipping — control. Find out what fundraising totals tell us about some of those races. Plus, how scientists are using lasers from space to gauge forest health. That and more on The Show.
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The state Republican Party is looking for a new chair after Jeff DeWit resigned because of a leaked recording of a conversation with Kari Lake. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, a Valley musical ensemble tackles music from Wes Anderson films. That and more on The Show.