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Arizona students and their families got a crash course in online learning during the pandemic. We'll hear what these programs might look like going forward. Plus, a heavy-hitter in the Arizona music scene releases her first solo project. That and more on The Show.

Camille Sledge Streetlights & Lullabies
Not only is Camille Sledge the daughter of one of the R&B legends Sister Sledge, she’s the lead singer of Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, which has become the hottest ticket in the city, making audiences dance for years now with their infectious rhythms. Now she’s coming out a series of solo EPs.
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During the course of the pandemic, supermarkets have remained open so we can keep our shelves and refrigerators stocked. We'll hear how one grocery worker has dealt with stressed and sometimes angry customers. Plus, how dry conditions and climate change could send the Southwest U.S. into a fire age. That and more on The Show.

Migrants wait outside KBI
Many people were hopeful that President Biden would quickly undo Trump-era policies that cut off access to asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. But nearly 100 days into his presidency, that protection remains elusive for most.
Biden's 100-Day Plan: The Impact On Arizona
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Gov. Doug Ducey will act this week on a controversial abortion bill approved by the legislature. But Arizona isn’t the only state considering new restrictions on abortion. Plus, how changes on Tempe’s Mill Avenue are continuing the area's move away from a haven for independent stores and music. That and more on The Show.

Elvis del Monte and Kristie Guess Long Wongs
Mill Avenue is in the heart of downtown Tempe and still attracts people of all ages and interests. But it’s changed dramatically from a couple of decades ago. The most recent change announced for Mill is the closing of the Irish pub Rula Bula.
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More and more Arizonans are getting vaccinated against COVID-19, and the state has been relaxing restrictions. We'll hear how soon one expert thinks we may be on the other side of the pandemic. Plus, after an eventful week last week, what to expect in the coming days at the state Capitol. That and more on The Show.

Doug Ducey
The fate of a bill that would remove some Arizona voters from the Permanent Early Voting List could rest with something happening about two miles away from the state Capitol. And Gov. Doug Ducey is set to act on a bill concerning abortion this week.
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Ballots and voting machines from Maricopa County have been delivered to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and the state Senate's audit is set to get underway. Our Friday NewsCap analyzes the week’s top stories. Plus, a program at the UA medical school brings art to med students. That and more on The Show.

The audit site at Veterans Memorial Coliseum
The Arizona Democratic Party and Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo are asking a judge to stop Senate Republicans’ controversial audit of the county’s November 2020 election results before it officially starts.
GOP Senator Rejects Voting Bills Pending Audit Of Maricopa County Elections

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