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A Last-Minute Push for the DREAM Act

Backers of the immigration proposal are hoping for a quick vote.

The Friday Newsmaker interview is with Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.

Newsmaker: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords

After winning re-election, the Congresswoman discusses her campaign, the lame duck Congress and the tasks ahead.

Christopher Conover sits down with Dan Shearer and Sarah Garrecht Gassen on the Friday Roundtable.

Journalists Roundtable

Local reporters give analysis of the week's events.

Congressional Victory Party, November 2010

Gabrielle Giffords Wins Third Term

Latest vote count in CD8 has her outpolling Jesse Kelly by 3,800 votes.

Federal Stimulus Funds May Dry Up For Arizona

Arizona’s Junior Senator says the state may not be getting much more federal stimulus money.

Bisbee Unified School District is one of a growing number of agencies in the country that is trying out the four-day work week.

Shorter Work Week, Equal Work

Two years in, Bisbee Unified School District takes stock of its four-day school week.

"A Huge Challenge Going Forward"

City Manager Discusses Implications of Prop 400 Defeat

Russell Pearce Elevated To Arizona Senate President

Mesa Republican chosen by Republican senators-elect, Kirk Adams retained as House Speaker.

Voters Say No To Prop 401

Proposition 401 to change city’s charter fails to win public's support.

Prop 400 Fails

Proposition to raise sales tax in Tucson goes down in public vote.

Bill Buckmaster sits down with Paul Eckerstrom and Bruce Ash.

Now What?

Face-Off Commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom talk about the implications of Tuesday's election on the future of Arizona.

Election night stretched into the day after as counting continued for a number of races. Here are the highlights of some of the races.

Latest Election Results

Brewer, McCain survive a tight race, Giffords-Kelly still too close to call, Grijalva declares victory.

Political signs on Tucson street

Political Signs Remain

What Happens to the Vestiges of Roadside Political Discourse?

Attorneys for the state of Arizona and the US Dept of Justice appeared in front of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to argue SB 1070.

1070 Back in Court

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals takes on SB 1070

SB 1070 protest.

How Was Arizona's Tough Immigration Law Crafted?

NPR report says Arizona's tough new immigration law was pushed by the private prison industry.

Jim Nintzel

2010 Election Preview

Days before the voters head to the polls, Christopher Conover and Jim Nintzel discuss the most hotly contested races in our state.

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