The pandemic has been difficult for pretty much everyone, but expressing that can be tough. We'll hear what a new collection of six-word memoirs says about the experiences of students, parents and teachers. Plus, why every federal lawmaker is about to get mail from an Arizona project calling for unity. That and more on The Show.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich took his opposition to the White House’s vaccine mandate to court, where his arguments weren’t well-received. Our Friday NewsCap panelists weigh in on that and the state’s other top stories Plus, Arizona's new Teacher of the Year on exposing students to STEM fields early on. That and more on The Show.
Cities across the country and the state are preparing for an influx of cash, after the passage of the federal infrastructure bill. Mesa Mayor John Giles on projects in his city. And an investigation into the relationship between a nonprofit and state lawmakers on its payroll. That and more on The Show.
The so-called ballot audit caused all kinds of disagreements—including Republican infighting. A now-former Maricopa County Supervisor talks about the current state of politics and what led to his resignation. Plus, artists take on the many facets of social distancing in a new exhibit. That and more on The Show.
Arizona utility regulators have approved a rate decrease for the state’s biggest public utility. We'll hear what that decision could really mean for consumers. Plus, finding common ground on the future of U.S. elections. That and more on The Show.