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Elected Officials in AZ Continue Shutdown Criticism

GOP lawmaker: 'Mean-spirited actions' by Obama; Dem congressman: 'Congress failing to do its job.'

AZ Attorney General: Federal Voter Forms Not For State Elections

New challenge to fed authority comes as secretary of state asks for legal advice on AZ vs US voter registration.

AZ Only State to Cut Off Welfare in Shutdown

Average payments of $207 to 5,200 poor families stopped last week; governor's office, DES won't comment.

AZ Week: Bringing Bullying to an End in Society

Greater prevention efforts needed in legal, educational realms in schools, cyberspace, workplace, experts say.

Arizona Reps Express Frustration At Budget Situation

As the federal government shutdown hits its fourth day lack of federal budget deal angers Barber, disgusts Kirkpatrick.

Arizona Spotlight: Full show for Oct. 4, 2013

AZPM presents stories about mobile art performance group; gentrification in Tucson; impact cancer has on people's lives.

Voices for the Cure: Remembering Brenda Loomis

Two friends pay tribute to a woman who inspired them even as she fought cancer

US Supreme Court to Consider Prayer at Public Meetings

One of a number of cases the nation's highest court will consider in term beginning Monday.

Arizona 4-H Celebrates 100 Years, Brings New Programs

Centennial anniversary marks traditional and contemporary programs teaching students life skills.

Tohoho O'odham Nation Used as Model For Tribal Governance

The Southern Arizona nation has a structure other tribes can learn from; is part of a course at the UA that shares information about such structure.

Health Exchanges Open to Uninsured Arizonans Until 2014

Enrollment for Obamacare health care began Tuesday; there are bout 1 million residents without coverage who qualify.

Govt Shutdown Affecting Immigration Issues

Two-thirds of nation's courts handling such issues are closed or working strictly limited schedules.

Shutdown: Parks Closed, D-M Civilians Furloughed

Essential services, including air traffic control, Border Patrol, other security forces, still working.

Govt Shutdown May Have Broad Impact in AZ

National parks likely first to feel effects; picture for other agencies, including military, not yet clear.

Yarnell Fire: Communications Blackout Just Before Deaths

Radio issues cited in investigative report into blaze that killed 19 hotshot crew members near Prescott.

AZ Week: Higher Ed Adjusting to Talent Needs

Shift to knowledge-based economy of skilled workers, thinkers has universities rethinking their approaches.

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