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KJZZ's The Show is a stream of curated stories from Phoenix, our region and around the country. With the help of reporters and producers around the region and globe we’ll mix the stories and news to keep you up-to-date and entertained.
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The Navajo are a matrilineal society, meaning women own the land and pass it down to their daughters. When Navajos introduce themselves, they will name their maternal clan first. The stories told in cultural ceremonies revere women. But today rape and domestic violence rates surge. There are few female council delegates, and the Navajos have yet to elect a woman president. So what happened? That’s what we set out to answer in this series. We’ll learn about the many attempts to eradicate the ...
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The Arizona Supreme Court’s ruling to uphold the state’s 1864 near total ban on abortion has rocked the political world. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, how to reconcile our sports fandom when we dislike certain players on our favorite teams. That and more on The Show.…
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The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld a nearly 160-year-old abortion law that effectively bans the practice in our state. Attorney General Kris Mayes says she will not prosecute any doctor under the law. Plus, does more discipline in schools hurt students more than it helps? That and more on The Show.…
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Homelessness is up in many cities — including Portland, which has taken a lot of criticism recently. We’ll hear why Phoenix leaders went there to learn how to tackle the issue. Plus, we’ll meet the head coach of the ASU women’s tennis team, who’s in her 40th season at the school. That and more on The Show.…
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Arizona officials are still struggling to find common ground on solutions to the state’s housing crisis. We’ll hear how one of our neighbors is taking a new approach to affordable housing. Plus, an invasive weed known as stinknet is just about everywhere in the state — and could be here to stay. That and more on The Show.…
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This week, abortion rights advocates are one step closer to getting an initiative on the Arizona ballot, and GOP leaders are pushing for stricter immigration measures. Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies and Matt Benson with the firm Veridus joined The Show to talk about these and more of the week’s headlines.…
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Abortion rights advocates are one step closer to getting an initiative on the Arizona ballot, and GOP leaders are pushing for stricter immigration measures. Our Friday NewsCap takes on those and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, a look inside the boosters helping to pay the players in the NCAA Tournament. That and more on The Show.…
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The federal government is warning about cyber threats targeting critical infrastructure, including energy and water systems. How real is the threat, and what can individuals do to prevent attacks? Plus, a new investigation shows the disproportionate impact of less lethal police force on Black people. That and more on The Show.…
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University of Arizona President Robert Robbins announced he will resign as the university remains mired in a budget crisis. We’ll hear how the acquisition of a for-profit online school added to his demise. Plus, why a groundbreaking lawmaker became one of the latest to quit the Arizona Legislature. That and more on The Show.…
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The city of Phoenix was ordered to clean up the region's largest homeless encampment known as “The Zone” months ago. What has happened to the hundreds of people who lived there as new encampments continue to crop up? Plus, a look inside the business of gathering signatures on petitions. That and more on The Show.…
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Barrett Marson of Marson Media and former state lawmaker and gubernatorial candidate Aaron Lieberman joined The Show this week to talk about Kari Lake’s decision to ask the court to determine the damages in a defamation lawsuit against her, a new legislative committee formed to look into executive oversight and more.…
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Transportation officials are trying to figure out how to keep paying for road repairs with less gas tax money coming in. Electric vehicle drivers sidestep those fees, but that’s not the only inequity. Plus, we’ll preview the Arizona Diamondbacks season as they look to defend their National League championship. That and more on The Show.…
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Millions of Americans are dealing with poverty, despite decades of efforts to eradicate it. What one expert says we should be doing about it now. Plus, why the recent fraud in Arizona’s Medicaid program appears to be much worse than originally thought. That and more on The Show.
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KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond. Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic and Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy join The Show to talk about the results of Arizona’s Presidential Preference Election, the governor vetoing a housing bill and more.…
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Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic and Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies joined The Show to talk about U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko running for Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, a series of immigration-related bills advancing at the state Capitol, a spat between two high-profile Arizona Republicans and more.…
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KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond. Matthew Benson of the public relations firm Veridus and attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera joined The Show this week to talk about Gov. Katie Hobbs’ State of the State speech, legislative Republicans’ response to it and more.…
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KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond. Reginald Bolding, a former Democratic state lawmaker, and Marcus Dell'Artino, Republican consultant with First Strategic, joined The Show to talk more about the start of a new legislative session, the state's budget deficit and the election year.…
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This week, the Republican primary for a West Valley congressional district has another high-profile candidate: Blake Masters. But like the others, he doesn't actually live in Congressional District 8. To break down those headlines and more, The Show sat down with Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies and Paul Bentz of HighGround.…
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To talk about a new open seat in Arizona’s Congressional delegation, setbacks for supporters of hand counting ballots and more, The Show sat down with former state House Minority Leader Reginald Bolding and Daniel Scarpinato — former Chief of Staff to Gov. Doug Ducey, now with the firm Winged Victory.…
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A leaked memo offers insight into Senator Kyrsten Sinema’s strategy if she chooses to run for re-election next year, and Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs said she will skip GOP-led Senate confirmations for Arizona agency directors. Gaelle Esposito of Creosote Partners and Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic joined The Show to discuss these headlines and …
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Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy and former state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jaime Molera of the firm Molera Alvarez join The Show to talk about Superintendent Tom Horne filing a lawsuit challenging dual-language programs, the failure of a recall effort against a state Senator and more .…
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KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond.Lorna Romero Ferguson of Elevate Strategies and Democratic strategist Tony Cani joined The Show to talk about the Arizona Supreme Court wading into the state’s abortion debate, Kari Lake asking to dismiss a defamation suit filed against her by Maricopa Co…
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It’s a cross between shuffleboard and bowling — on ice! And, ever since the U.S. won Olympic gold in 2018, the sport of curling has been gaining in popularity. But long before that, curling has thrived from a devoted following right here in the desert. Plus, the story on the origins of the mascots of Arizona’s three public universities.…
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