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Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in testimony before Senate Judiciary Committee Jan. 30, 2013.

Giffords Working on Book About Gun Control

Will be based on essay former Arizona congresswoman wrote for The New York Times; will be titled "Enough."

Fed Payments For County Services Reinstated

Pima is set receive about $3M from the U.S. government for services on federally owned land.

Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Killing in 'Fast and Furious'

Manuel Osorio-Arellanes sentenced Monday after pleading guilty in Border Patrol agent Brian Terry's shooting death during operation.

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking west from Highway 83.

Canadian Corp Plans to Purchase Rosemont's Parent Company

Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals' CEO says proposed mine southeast of Tucson is a solid project for them to take over.

ABOR: AZ Scholarship Program Could be Model for Other States

Board of Regents President Eileen Klein presenting AZ Earn to Learn to fed. agency Tuesday; organization helps low-income students.

New Bill Would Target Pimps Who Traffic Minors for Prostitution

An AZ House committee unanimously approved bill championed by Cindy McCain, Gov. Jan Brewer.

Living Streets Alliance is an organization in Tucson that is looking at ways of making the community less automobile-oriented and more suitable for those who prefer to engage in walking, bicycling, socializing and play.

Census Data Shows People Moving to Pima County

County grew by 9,467 from 2007-11; among the most rapidly growing areas, according to recent report.

Organizer Joe Roberts and Navy Veteran Ken Dowse tell us about their appreciation to veterans and inform us about Veterans Day Parade that will be held downtown Tucson.

In-State Tuition for Veterans Passes House, Barber Cosponsors

Arizona congressman says they shouldn't have to deal with complex residency regulations anywhere in the U.S.

Mexican Gray Wolf Population Rising in AZ, NM Border

Endangered species now up to 83 living in mountains along Arizona-New Mexico border; an increase of 10% since 2012.

Congressional Incumbents Have More Money For 2014 Elections

Challengers are poised to catch up with quick fundraising pace in Tucson-area districts.

Disease Drives Shrimp Prices; UA Researcher Seeks Solution

Syndrome kills species when young, causing entire crops to be lost; scientist finds way to detect it early on.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, January 31, 2014

A discussion of President Obama's renewed call for immigration reform after State of the Union Address; the latest in AZ Legislature.

Katherine Josten, director of Global Art for Peace Project, discusses with us the first 20 years of the organization as well as its plans for 2014.

20 Year Project Promotes Global Peace

Through a worldwide project, people from all over the world create, exchange works of art sending message of peace.

AZ Bankruptcy Fillings Dropped in 2013, Report Says

Figures decreased by 18% in Arizona, slightly above national average which showed a decrease of 14%

Ricardo Pineda from the Mexican Consulate discusses his plans as the new Mexican Consul and the Mexican government's international relations goals for 2014.

Mexico Focusing on Economic Relationship with AZ

Sonora state and Mexico federal officials working on same business-sharing effort as Arizona officials.

David Crist, an expert in US-Iranian relations, discusses Iran's agreement to reduce its nuclear energy program in exchange for reduced international trade sanctions.

US-Iran Relations Showing Improvement, Historian Says

On visit to Tucson, Iranian expert details progress and potential for more diplomatic improvements.

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