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The government's rollout of what was supposed to be a new and improved college financial aid form has been full of glitches. One local high school counselor worries it could keep students out of college. And, what new data tell us about Valley fever, and how it spreads. That and more on The Show.

Clint Hickman
The Show spoke with Elvia Díaz, editorial page editor of the Arizona Republic, and columnist Laurie Roberts about the recent announcement of two departures from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
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The U.S. House impeached the Homeland Security Secretary, and state lawmakers considered new immigration legislation. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze those and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, a defense of that disparaged piece of punctuation: the exclamation point. That and more on The Show.

Ruben Gallego, Kyrsten Sinema and Kari Lake
Former Arizona lawmakers Regina Cobb and Aaron Lieberman joined The Show to talk about a new lawsuit filed against the Biden administration, the impeachment of the federal Homeland Security Secretary and more.
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The Biden administration is updating its plan for generating solar energy on public lands. What that could mean for Arizona and people who already use those lands. Plus, the Staying Power series continues with a longtime journalist who’s had a front row seat to Arizona history. That and more on The Show.

Reporter Morgan Loew confronting then Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Morgan Loew has been a fixture on CBS5 and, now, 3TV news for decades — and he’s covered some of the biggest stories in our state’s recent history. Here's why he decided to stay in Arizona.
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There’s a long history of Arizona lawmakers attempting to pass bipartisan immigration reform — and failing. We’ll hear why attempts to solve this issue have eluded Congress for decades. Plus, we meet a TikToker who makes the recipes people have etched on their gravestones. That and more on The Show.

President Joe Biden
The Show spoke with Arizona House Speaker Ben Toma about why he and other legislative Republicans are suing over nearly 1 million acres around the Grand Canyon that President Joe Biden designated a national monument last year.
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The Arizona Diamondbacks had unexpected success last year but continue to have concerns about their stadium. Can the team leverage its World Series run for the fixes it says it needs? And, the cultural staying power of Galentine’s Day. That and more on The Show.

Two kids outdoors in silhouette
The Show spoke with January Contreras, head of the Children’s Action Alliance, about a major expansion of the Child Tax Credit and other priorities for the group this legislative session.