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Cyber security has become a big concern for lots of people, businesses and governments. How Arizona’s new Cyber Command Center will aim to deal with potential threats. Plus, residents of one southeast Valley town have a new place to get hyper-local news. That and more on The Show.

Reservation Dogs
Hulu’s new comedy "Reservation Dogs" follows four teens from Oklahoma who dream of moving to California. It’s being heralded as funny, poignant, self-assured and ground-breaking. And nearly the whole cast — and much of the team behind the lens — is Indigenous.
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Indigenous Peoples Day celebrates the history and cultures of Native American people nationwide. We'll hear abut a new space in Phoenix for indigenous creators and social entrepreneurs. Plus, debate continues over what kinds of waterways should be protected. That and more on The Show.

Eunique Yazzie and Melody Lewis chose Indigenous Peoples Day as the grand opening of Cahokia PHX on Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix. It's the nation’s first Indigenous women-led art and social tech space.
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The so-called audit of Maricopa County ballots went to Washington, D.C., this week. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on that and the state’s other top stories. And how to mine for materials on the moon — in case it becomes a future human colony. That and more on The Show.

Chris Herstam and Jaime Molera
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with Jaime Molera of Molera-Alvarez and political analyst Chris Herstam.
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Tribal communities in northern Arizona are urging the state to help ease the transition away from coal-fired power plants. What they’d like utility regulators to do. And bringing The Bard up to date as educators try to modernize Shakespeare. That and more on The Show.

Navajo Generating Station
The Corporation Commission may have made a big move to cut Arizona Public Service's profitability Oct. 6, but it delayed another big decision to provide more than $100 million in financial help to tribal communities hurt by the recent closures of coal-fired power plants.
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Community college enrollment in Arizona and across the country continues to trend downward. Why that could be a bad sign for the economy. And how a legendary mountain climber found meaning and purpose to go with his high altitude adventures. That and more on The Show.

Gov. Doug Ducey
The U.S. Treasury Department ordered Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to stop using federal COVID-19 relief funds to pay for two school grant programs that discourage public schools from issuing mask mandates.
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