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A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

AZ GOP to Drop Interim Legislative Map Request

Critics question impartiality of judge in case

Feds Request Hearing on Loughner's Mental Fitness

Rep. Giffords' shooting suspect on medication to improve psychological state for trial

Richard Carmona

AZ Political Feud Renewed

Carmona’s old conflicts with Bush White House re-emerge in Senate bid

Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett stops by the studio to talk about the multiple upcoming elections in Southern Arizona.

AZ Secretary of State Reverses View on Endorsements

Bennett claims he can oversee fair elections while working for Romney's campaign

The Gladiator Fire near Crown King, AZ, burns along a ridge line; stain from fire retardant drop is at left.

Firefighters Make Progress at Crown King

Blaze nears 15,000 acres, as crews work to contain westward movement

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German Tourist Dies at Saguaro National Park

Authorities say heat stroke may be the cause

Bike Commuter

Riding a Bike? Drink Plenty of Water

Desert's dry heat deceives because it conceals perspiration

Graduate Student of Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies, Britain Eakin, is traveling to Egypt this month to work as a reporter for a newspaper in Tahrir Square during the elections. Here she discusses what she expects while she's there for the summer of 2012.

New Egyptian Media Landscape Takes Shape

Press in Egypt gaining freedoms, adapting amid creation of new government

AZ Legislature Puts 7 Measures on Nov. 6 Ballot

Voters to decide business tax, natural resources proposals

Gov. Brewer Vetoes Volunteerism Bill

Statute to commend exceptional students not needed, she says

The Galileoscope is a high-quality low cost telescope kit developed for the International Year Of Astronomy 2009 by a team of leading astronomers, optical engineers, and science educators. No matter where you live you can see the celestial wonders that Galileo first glimpsed 400 years ago that still enthrall stargazers today.

Proposed AZ Standards Aim for 'Deeper Learning'

Public has two weeks to comment on new science standards

Crown King Fire Tops 14,000 Acres

Fire restrictions in effect; the outlook in Coronado National Forest

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Roadwork to Cause Delays This Week

Workers will remove burned trees near Nogales

Border Enforcement Advocates Seek Cash

Donations will help fight 'soft' federal immigration legislation, they say

New Sentencing Date Set for Gun Smugglers

Two men admitted roles in 'Operation Fast and Furious'

185,000 Receive Early CD8 Ballots

Past district elections won with early voting, including Kelly's primary win

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