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The pandemic's impact continues to be felt in Arizona schools — including colleges and universities. We'll hear how one instructor on how ASU managed COVID-19 this semester. Plus, helping adults with autism find affordable housing. That and more on The Show.

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Arizona’s second largest city voted Tuesday night to install a mandatory curfew beginning this Friday through most of December. The Tucson City Council heard from hospital leaders in the community who warned their institutions are beginning to get overwhelmed.
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Arizona continues to see more people infected with COVID-19 and having to go to the hospital because of it. Researchers are trying to figure out who's most susceptible to the virus. Plus, how the pandemic has led Airbnb to modify its policies in Arizona and elsewhere. That and more on The Show.

Members of the Trump campaign held an informal hearing with Arizona lawmakers in downtown Phoenix on Monday. The campaign continued to make unfounded claims about election fraud on the same day that Arizona’s vote count was certified.
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The latest COVID-19 spike has medical professionals renewing the call for wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Maricopa County’s Public Health Director tells us how the Valley is dealing with the surge in cases. Plus, how the pandemic and upcoming vaccination plans may spotlight racial inequities. That and more on The Show.

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As COVID-19 cases spike in our state, public health leaders, some Arizona mayors and many education leaders have called on Gov. Doug Ducey to do more to stop the spread of the virus, especially in the school and business sectors.
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For our post-Thanksgiving episode of The Show, we're putting on our stretchiest elastic-waist pants and bringing out some of our most unique, entertaining and favorite encore stories.

Greenwood Brewing Herstory Brew
Today, we meet former industrial engineer turned craft brewer Megan Greenwood. Greenwood started as a home brewer but soon put her engineering and marketing skills to use by building a manufacturing facility and tap room. The Greenwood Brewery, on Roosevelt Row, will open this spring.
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One thing we’re grateful for is you, our listeners. While our celebrations look much different this year, we’re delighted that you’re listening today. We’re reaching into the archives today to bring you some of our most unique, entertaining, and, frankly, favorite stories.

Why Are We Yelling? by Buster Benson book cover
The holidays can be a great time to catch up with family and friends. It can also be a time to avoid certain topics of discussion with those family members and friends, especially if they hold opinions you disagree with.