Lawmakers encourage people to adopt animals as shelters reach capacity

As far as we know, pets can’t contract the COVID-19 virus, but pets in animal shelters are being affected by the pandemic. A number of lawmakers are asking Valley residents to consider adopting pets as local shelters reach capacity. Cronkite News reporter Marcella Baietto spoke with Congressman Greg Stanton and a local animal shelter director about the impact of the coronavirus on surrendered pets.

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'Call the Midwife' returns for season 9

The medics and midwives of Nonatus House encounter new challenges as the population shifts, rules change and old diseases return. Meanwhile, their own experiences are fueled by love, loss and doubt. "Call the Midwife" begins its new season on March 29 at 7 p.m. 

'World on Fire' follows dramatic fates of ordinary people during World War II

"World on Fire" is an adrenalized, emotionally gripping and resonant World War II drama that follows the intertwining fates of ordinary people in five countries as they grapple with the effects of the war on their everyday lives.

April programs shine light on health

April programming on Arizona PBS will shine a light on health and the challenges and diseases that sometimes stand in the way.