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The Biden Administration is proposing free preschool for all 3- and 4-year-olds. We'll hear what that would mean in Arizona, where data show fewer children are enrolled. Plus, using the I-10 corridor from Florida to California as a framework for understanding and improving infrastructure. That and more on The Show.

Mucho Mas Phoenix
Even though most business restrictions in Arizona have been lifted, many small businesses are still trying to find their footing after months of economic uncertainty. For one small art studio and boutique in Phoenix, the pandemic has brought major challenges and surprising new opportunities.
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The metro Phoenix housing market is booming, with home prices on the rise. But problems with one commodity are making new homes more expensive. Plus, the debate over using words meant to be inclusive, like Latinx. That and more on The Show.

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan
A controversial review of 2020 election results in Maricopa County resumed on Monday after a one-week hiatus. Workers at color-coded tables in matching color-coded shirts began again the process of recounting, by hand, votes cast for president and U.S. Senate.
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The state Senate’s election audit is expected to start back up again today. We'll hear from one of the Secretary of State's observers about what she saw during her time at the Coliseum. Plus, there are signs that more Valley residents may be heading back to the office. That and more on The Show.

Contractors working for Cyber Ninjas examine and recount ballots
Jennifer Morrell is a partner at the Elections Group. She’s a former former election official and national expert on post-election audits who was among Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ official court-mandated observers at the audit.
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The dispute between Maricopa County and the state Senate over the election audit grew this week. Our Friday NewsCap panely analyzes the week's top stories. Plus, U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on the situation at the border and creating a Jan. 6 commission. That and more on The Show.

David Lujan and Christine Jones
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with former congressional candidate Christine Jones and David Lujan of Children’s Action Alliance.
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The Navajo Nation is now the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. We'll talk to President Jonathan Nez about how federal aid money boosted enrollment. Plus, a look at how the very first vaccine was developed and distributed. That and more on The Show.

barbara vandenburgh
The summer reading season is almost upon us, with Memorial Day only a week or so away. During the pandemic, many people consumed more books than usual, so publishers, booksellers, and critics alike are all curious about how that might affect what and how much we read over the next few months.