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A chart showing the new Arizona campaign finance limits.

AZ Political Campaign Donations Limit Significantly Increasing

Law approved by Gov. Brewer last year; a person can now give a candidate total of $4,000.

AZ Foundation for Women CEO Pushes Others to Become Leaders

Former Flagstaff Mayor Sara Presler says though leadership roles vary, "You have been called to lead."

Michael McDonald, the new CEO of the Southern Arizona Community Food Bank, discusses the changes that are going to be coming to the bank.

New Food Bank CEO Focuses on Broad Food Availability Issues

Michael McDonald started in early Jan. after years at Habitat for Humanity; says they need to provide more than just food.

Sunnyside School District governing board

Sunnyside's Board Votes to Close Two Schools

3-2 vote will shutter Los Ranchitos Elementary, Chaparral Middle schools to lower $6M budget deficit.

No Plea Deal for Couple Who Imprisoned 3 Girls in House

Fernando Richter, wife Sophia Ritcher appeared in court Tuesday; accused of keeping woman's daughters locked in own home for months.

Pima County Using Rehydrating Technique to Identify Bodies

Medical Examiner's Office one of few around U.S. using it on remains found in Southern Arizona desert.

Former UA President Shelton Returning to Tucson

He departs Fiesta Bowl's top job after 2+ years for presidency of Research Corp. for Science Advancement.

Jan Brewer delivers her State of The State speech.

Brewer's State of State Setting Mood for 2014 Legislative Session

AZ Gov. Jan Brewer put children's safety, education, state economy at top of list; watch her entire speech.

New Program Aims to Address Older Adults’ Mental Health

Researchers say many seniors struggle with depression, other mental health disorders, but that poor mental health need not be the norm.

Pima Community College, PCC.

PCC to Offer Free Mental Health Training

College officials say course part of community-wide series of initiatives formed after Jan. 8 shooting three years ago.

Michael Chihak speaks to governor Jan Brewer about some of the timely topics in the state.

Education, CPS Issues Expected to Top 2014 Legislative Session

Gov. Jan Brewer delivering final State of the State address Monday afternoon; serves as her marching orders for state lawmakers.

AZ Week: Obamacare, Its Effects in State's Rural Areas

Affordable Care Act went into effect Jan. 1; Southern Arizona health experts discuss the good and bad.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, January 10, 2014

Mesa Mayor Scott Smith joins crwoded GOP gubernatorial primaries; remembering Jan. 8 shooting.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Arizona Mayors Launch Cross-Border Business Guide

Resource guide will be the work of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; will include data, stats on bi-national trade, among other content.

New Mexico-based artist and visual storyteller, Beth Surdut, discusses her work creating Jewish prayer shawls, and exploring the connection between art and spirituality.

Artist Modernizes Ancient Jewish Tradition

Beth Surdut is in town to talk about the modern tallit, prayer shawls; she makes custom made tallitot for people.

Susan Claassen, Managing Artistic Director, Invisible Theatre, Michael Martinez, Executive Director, Live Theatre Workshop, and Nanette Robinson, Co-founder & Artistic Director, ZUZI!, discuss the challenges they face maintaining their local performing arts companies.

Performing Arts Face Hard Times, Community Important for Survival

Heads of three local studios discuss the hardships faced by the field, what should be done to stay alive.

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