The Valley has already set a record for days with high temperatures of at least 110 degrees. We'll hear how that heat is affecting energy use and public health. Plus, as more of us have worked from home in recent months, one Gilbert resident on what it’s been like to do it for years. That and more on The Show.
Arizona State University is scheduled to start classes this week, but hundreds of faculty, staff and students want the school to reconsider in-person courses for now. ASU President Michael Crow on the school’s plans going forward. And, Boys and Girls Clubs are seeing a boost in membership, as parents go back to work and school is largely remote. That and more on The Show.
Making sure there’s enough affordable housing in the Phoenix area has been a challenge for a number of years. A group of health plans is trying to change the way the state thinks about affordable housing. And, why “pandemic fatigue” may outlast the pandemic itself. That and more on The Show.
Gyms, bars and rental home owners are all challenging Gov. Ducey’s orders related to the pandemic. Our Friday NewsCap analyzes the latest on COVID-19 in Arizona and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, new research finds 40% of Phoenix schools are within a thousand feet of a tobacco retailer. That and more on The Show.
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The Invest in Ed initiative was removed from this fall’s ballot over issues with its 100-word summary. We'll hear the controversy over those summaries and where challenges to ballot measures stand. Plus, does the University of Arizona's purchase of a for-profit blur the lines of higher education? That and more on The Show.