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AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, May 16, 2014

Jim Nintzel sat down with Republican Gary Kiehne, a rancher hoping to face U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick in the CD 1 race.

Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Long-Term Pima County Plan Being Drafted

Public input requested this month and next to set government priorities, such as how to spend taxpayer money.

AZ Week: Child Welfare Agency Already Improving, Director Says

"There is a great opportunity here to fix a problem that has been present in our state for decades," Charles Flanagan says.

UA College of Medicine Phoenix Campus Plans Research Building

Proposed $136M project would take 26 months to complete, pending vote from Arizona Board of Regents.

William Portela, "Chillie Willie Groove" percussionist, performs an eclectic mix of Latin rhythms and soul from his CD, Only the Beginning, at the Montery Court in Tucson Arizona.

Puerto Rican Musician Blends Caribbean Rhythms, Southwest

William Portela says his motivation is to touch audience at a "personal level."

Tucson Soldier Dies in TX After Attack in Afghanistan

Command Sgt. Maj. Martin Barreras passed away Tuesday at the San Antonio Military Medical Center of wounds suffered last week.

New Tool Aims to Prevent Fraud, Scams

AARP is launching a program called Fraud Watch Network to give people resources to identify and avoid fraud.

Daniel Neyoy Ruiz is surrounded by supporters praying at Southside Presbyterian Church

No Immediate Action for Sanctuary Case, Immigration Officials Say

However deportation order is still in effect two days after Mexican immigrant moves into church.

Saturday is 'Kids to Parks Day'

Gov. Jan Brewer, AZ State Parks encourage children, families to spend time outside by declaring the special day.

Arizona State senator Anna Tovaar discusses federal immigration policy reform and a new proposition from US senators which is expected to be released later this week.

AZ Senate Minority Leader Drops Out of Maricopa Board Race

State Sen. Anna Tovar says she is taking time off from public office to focus on her family and maintaining good health.

UA to Build New Bioscience Research Building in PHX

Decision is pending vote by the Arizona Board of Regents, and they are scheduled to vote June 6; university would break ground on $136M project by end of year.

AZ'S Unemployment Has Biggest Drop in 3 Decades, Economists Say

Dept. of Administration said Arizona's April 6.9% rate also was first since August 2008 to drop below 7%.

Lillian Salerno, administrator of one of the Rural Development sections of the U.S. Department of Agriculture discusses drought and renewable energy.

Federal Rural Development Grants Help AZ Businesses

US Dept. of Ag focusing on economic needs in the state; head of Rural Business Cooperative Services visited S. Arizona last week.

Protestors stand at the site where a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed on the Mexican side of the border by Border Patrol in October 2012.

NPR Report: Border Patrol Deadly Force Questioned

A lawyer in Corpus Christi, Texas currently represents families in three BP shootings where agent was in U.S. and victim in Mexico.

Sinema Officially Files for CD9 Race

Democratic U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is seeking re-election; says her district is one of most competitive, but is confident voters will support her.

Horne Campaign Finance Case Reinstated

Yavapai County attorney had 30 days to accept, reject, modify judge's ruling saying not enough evidence to prove violations.

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