Three of the biggest wildfires in state history have burned this year, and fires continue to burn across Arizona. We'll hear how wildland firefighters are trying to focus on their mental health. Plus, how the push for racial justice today is reminiscent of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. That and more on The Show.
The legal battle over whether to reopen Arizona's gyms continues. We'll hear where that lawsuit stands and when members actually might be able to work out at their gyms. Plus, concerns over men's reluctance to wear a mask has led to a PR campaign focused on the masculinity of masking up. That and more on The Show.
The number of available COVID-19 tests has been a problem around Arizona, and so has the slow turnaround for results. We'll hear what action Attorney General Mark Brnovich may take against one of the labs. Plus, how the state’s limited unemployment benefits could hurt the broader economy. That and more on The Show.
Arizona’s primary election went off without any significant voting issues, and Gov. Ducey visited President Trump. We'll hear our NewsCap panelists weigh in on those and the state’s other top stories. Plus, how are universities planning for the fall semester and having some students on campus? That and more on The Show.
A judge’s ruling says Gov. Ducey didn’t give gym owners a fair opportunity to meet guidelines for reopening. We'll hear what that could mean for other pandemic-related restrictions. Plus, why the Pinal County sheriff is starting a new citizen posse. That and more on The Show.