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Valley fever cases appear to be on the rise in Arizona and elsewhere. Why one expert considers it a “disease of color.” And some new ideas for how real immigration reform could happen. That and more on The Show.

hotel door
Hotels in both Phoenix and Arizona as a whole have lost hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue because of the pandemic.
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Phoenix has approved a program to give some low-income residents $1,000 a month for a year. How this fits into other guaranteed income programs across the country. That and more on The Show.

A U.S. Border Patrol agent detains two people
The Biden administration won a bid last week that allows its border agents to continue summarily deporting people almost as soon as they're captured after illegally crossing the border. That was just the start of what's proving to be a tenuous situation for the administration.
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Several new laws were blocked from taking effect this week, and another could be headed to the ballot. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze the week’s top stories. Plus, after missing last year, a big Phoenix art show is back — and with it, a view into the region’s art scene. That and more on The Show.

Chaos Theory First Friday Phoenix
This month, "Chaos Theory" is back at Phoenix First Friday. It's not the interdisciplinary branch of mathematics, but the landmark annual art show at Randy Slack’s Legend City Studios in downtown Phoenix.
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As asylum seekers continue to arrive at the southern border, shelters in the Valley are filling up. We'll hear How shelter operators are handling the thousands of people who need help. Plus, how a change at ADOT is helping some Arizonans get driver’s licenses that reflect their gender. That and more on The Show.

Kyrsten Sinema
Democrats have to pass a government spending package by midnight, and they were expected to vote on a pair of massive infrastructure bills this week. Negotiations over that pair of bills is stalled. There’s a lot of political back and forth that explains why. Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is at the center of it.
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