Arizona Edition (AM1320 and KJZA)

Wednesday at 11 am on 88.9 FM and 6 pm on AM 1320 and the KJZA Radio Network

Arizona Edition, KAWC's news program, is our focus on the issues facing Arizona. Through interviews with local newsmakers and other information from the field, KAWC journalists keep you informed on issues in the region.

  AZED-A new graduate program at Northern Arizona University is available for those who want to work in tribal communities.

KAWC’s Stephanie Sanchez speaks with NAU's director of Applied Indigenous studies Chad Hamill about the leadership program that involves a mix of online courses and in person.

  AZED-A Yuma woman uses ancient techniques to speed up the process of healing and balance your energies.

KAWC’s Stephanie Sanchez has more took part in a healing session involving resonating metal bowls.

  AZED-Hanukkah is an 8-day Jewish holiday that starts on the 25th day of the Hebrew calendar. It is also known as the festival of lights. Hanukkah is observed for 8 nights and 8 days.

KAWC’s Stephanie Sanchez speaks with Rabbi Stephen Einstein who is leading services for the small Jewish community in Yuma about the celebration of Hanukkah.

AZED-In this week's look at news out of south Yuma County, A youth anti-smoking groups aims to ban smoking. San Luis Police Department invites Yuma County residents to participate for this Saturday's bike run that will benefit the Special Olympics. (originally aired 12/02/14)

James Anderson / Jim Anderson Photography

Arizona Edition - KAWC recently kicked off a series of events designed to bring citizens together with the civic leaders and local experts on topics that impact and shape the community. They’re called Spirited Discussions and are hopefully a relaxing and enlightening civic engagement experience for those that attend.

KAWC hopes to conduct Spirited Discussions every couple of months.

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