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For decades, efforts have failed in Phoenix to create a Latino Cultural Center to highlight that community’s art and influence. Now, Phoenix voters could change that and approve millions in funding to make it happen. Plus, Diamondbacks legend Luis Gonzalez on watching his team go back to the World Series decades after his historic Game 7 win. That and more on The Show.

Alana Hernandez and Carmen Guerrero
The Show spoke with Carmen Guerrero, who runs the Cultural Coalition, and Alana Hernandez, who is senior curator and CALA Alliance Curator of Latinx Art at ASU's Art Museum, about the lack of a Latino Cultural Center in Phoenix despite the large population of Latinos.
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Tucson voters are casting their ballots for mayor in next week’s election, and we look at the candidates and issues in that race. Plus, Meta is out with new AI personas that look an awful lot like some of your favorite celebrities. That and more on The Show.

Kris Mayes
The Show spoke with Jen Fifield with Votebeat about the Arizona Attorney General's Office investigating the Cochise County Board of Supervisor over their actions around certifying the 2022 election.
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The Texas Legislature is set to approve a law that echoes Arizona’s SB 1070. We’ll hear about the controversial provisions in this sweeping law enforcement bill. Plus, A Diné novelist on the challenges of writing about death in Navajo culture. That and more on The Show.

This summer, the FDA approved a monoclonal antibody that can immunize babies against lower respiratory tract diseases caused by RSV. Now, the CDC warns supplies will fall short of demand as transmission rises in the coming months.
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The GOP primary for a West Valley congressional district has another high-profile candidate. Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, how a member of the Arizona Coyotes helped force an NHL rules change. That and more on The Show.

Blake Masters
This week, the GOP primary for a West Valley congressional district has another high-profile candidate: Blake Masters. But like the others, he doesn't actually live in Congressional District 8. To break down those headlines and more, The Show sat down with Stacy Pearson and Paul Bentz.
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Arizona has joined 41 other states in suing Facebook and Instagram owner Meta for its harmful impact on kids’ mental health. We'll take a look at how social media could be just one part of a bigger problem. Plus, a groundbreaking Shakespearean actor and playwright on Becoming Othello. That and more on The Show.

ballet arizona dancers performing in 'juan gabriel'
Music icon Juan Gabriel may have passed in 2016, but his legacy lives on. And here in Phoenix, that influence extends to the stage and the world of dance.