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Mac & Gaydos - Mac & Gaydos - Caring for Kids - Linda and Jim
Mac and Gaydos Caring for Kids is next Friday. Find out how you can get involved!
Mac & Gaydos - 2 p.m. ALL ARIZONA Daily Download
This is the ALL Arizona Daily Download...the five biggest local stories of the day.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes - December 7, 2016 - Hour 3
CEO of the Japanese company SoftBank says they will bring $50 billion and 50,000 jobs to the US after meeting with Trump. Role models...parents are glued to their screens for 9 hours a day. A new debate among doctors and if they should tell schools to ban high school football. Including Pamela restoring your faith in humanity.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes - Gordy the Kangaroo
A viral video shows Gordy the Kangaroo getting punched by one of the trainers and Gordy is telling his side of the story and what happened that led up to him getting punched.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes - Restoring Faith in Humanity
Pamela Hughes tells a story from the news to restore your faith in humanity.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes - December 7, 2016 - Hour 2
Ohio's 'heartbeat' abortion bill could become one of the most strict in the country. Nearly half of college students say they are hungry as more schools put food banks in place. Alt-right leader Richard Spencer's appearance at Texas A&M draws protest. Attorney General Mark Brnovich asks the Supreme Court to step in to stop Tucson from destroying guns.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes - December 7, 2016 - Hour 1
U.S. mumps cases are at the highest level in 10 years. How is Wall Street rising and falling with each of Donald Trump's tweets. We talk about kids being addicted to screens but parents are glued to screens 9 hours a day. A new debate among doctors and if they should tell schools to ban high school football.
Arizona's Morning News - Sharper Point
Remembering the Pearl Harbor attack.
Arizona's Morning News - Have things changed for the better at the Phoenix VA?
Arizona's Morning News interviewed former Phoenix VA counselor and whistleblower Brandon Coleman on the US Office of Special Counsel's report to the White House and their findings at the Phoenix VA.
Valley Watch - One of Phoenix Fire's On Duty Public Information Officers PIO, Captain Aaron Ernsberger, discusses the duties and role
One of Phoenix Fire's On Duty Public Information Officers PIO, Captain Aaron Ernsberger, discusses the duties and role
Valley Watch - Captain Robert Johnson, Aetna's Athia Hardt, Arizona Burn Foundation's Mik Milem and Colin Williams of the American Red Cross discuss the Smoke Detector Walk
Captain Robert Johnson, Aetna's Athia Hardt, Arizona Burn Foundation's Mik Milem and Colin Williams of the American Red Cross discuss the Smoke Detector Walk
Valley Watch - Phoenix Fire Division Chief Tim Gammage goes over the Firefighter recruitment process
Phoenix Fire Division Chief Tim Gammage goes over the Firefighter recruitment process
Valley Watch - Phoenix Firefighter David Wipprecht discusses his recent heart transplant and organ donation
Phoenix Firefighter David Wipprecht discusses his recent heart transplant and organ donation
Valley Watch - Phoenix Fire Captain Ray Maione talks about this year's Firefighter Memorial ceremonies
Phoenix Fire Captain Ray Maione talks about this year's Firefighter Memorial ceremonies
Valley Watch - Francisco Avalos, Director of Community Engagement for Valley of the Sun United Way, joins us on Valley Watch
Francisco Avalos, Director of Community Engagement for Valley of the Sun United Way, joins us on Valley Watch
Valley Watch - Phoenix Fire Chaplain, Father Carl Carlozzi reflects on 9/11 as well as his duties supporting the department and community
Phoenix Fire Chaplain, Father Carl Carlozzi reflects on 9/11 as well as his duties supporting the department and community