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The FBI’s investigation of former President Donald Trump’s Florida home is being called an historic event. A former U.S. Attorney explains how he views the raid. Plus, from the open range to the rodeo, meet an Arizona cowboy poet who's keeping the old-fashioned tradition alive. That and more on The Show.

President Donald Trump
The FBI’s serving of a search warrant at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago house is being called an historic event, and speculation persists about what exactly agents were looking for.
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A new investigation reveals troubling details about how the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints handles child sex abuse cases. Inside the complications of the church’s helpline. Plus, giant concerts and packed music festivals have returned — can you go and stay safe from COVID-19? That and more on The Show.

LDS Mormon Temple Salt Lake City
The Associated Press has obtained nearly 12,000 pages of sealed records from a child sex abuse lawsuit against the Mormon church.
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The Arizona secretary of state’s race is going to be one of the most contentious in November’s election. We’ll hear how money from outside of Arizona could affect the outcome. Plus, how the passage of the CHIPS Act may help the state’s push to be the “Silicon Desert.” That and more on The Show.

Adrian Fontes Mark Finchem
Republican Mark Finchem will face Democrat Adrian Fontes in the race for Arizona secretary of state in November after each emerged from their party’s primary last week.
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Wildfires have burned throughout Arizona and the West this year. We’ll hear how the Forest Service uses prescribed burns to try to prevent the biggest wildfires. Plus, a Valley-based business is putting a new spin on handwritten letters. That and more on The Show.

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We hear a lot about the ravages of wildfires on vast swaths of land in the West, of the destruction it can cause to communities, the high cost of fighting it. So it can be hard to see why the Forest Service starts fires.
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Arizona’s primary election results may lead to a dramatic shift in how our government works — if the pattern continues in November. Our Friday NewsCap panelists will weigh in on that and some of the other outcomes. Plus, an author on why he finds writing for young adults easier than for other audiences. That and more on The Show.

Kari Lake campaigns in Flagstaff
Tuesday's primary election saw big wins for Trump-endorsed candidates on the Republican side, including Kari Lake defeating Karrin Taylor Robson for the governor nomination.

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