In the 80’s business was booming at IBM Tucson and the company was looking to add thousands more jobs at Rita Rd. and I-10. Tucson was poised to become one of the nation’s largest tech hubs. Then a fateful election in 1987 catapulted a U of A professor into the position of mayor and it all began to crumble.
Weekend, Grover Norquist, Amer for Ta Reform -Biden Taxes, Dems/Unions, Economy,election, Covid
Zach comes back to the studio after a brief vacation, and kicks off the week with an hour called “While I Was Gone,” highlighting important news stories and developments from the last week, including City of Tucson using CARES dollars to expand WIFI access across Tucson, the University of Arizona acquiring Ashford University to scale online education, and President Trump’s suburban strategy.
Republican Candidate for Pima County Sheriff. Inside Track Program, 08/01/20
Guest Steve Chuk and volunteers
Guests Andrea and Cynthia talk about their non-profit organization
National Sales Trainer
Veteran Entrepreneur feature with “Battle Bars” Founder Ian Sparks and company CEO Alex Witt
Eb Wilkinson; Mark Napier
Randy Friese, Candidate for AZ St. House; Matt Heinz, Candidate for Pima County Supervisor; Joseph Morgan, Candidate for U.S. House; Rex Scott, Candidate for Pima County Supervisor
18th Anniversary of Too Jewish! Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, CEO of the new organization, “Dayenu, A Jewish Call to Climate Action”
Featured guest: Edgar Soto, Vice President – Pima Community College Desert Vista campus