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Immigrants train

Immigrant 'Drop House' Numbers Decline

Another sign human smuggling activity is down, feds say

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012

Dancing in the streets, Zuzi dancing, more

Navajos May Buy Coal Mine

New Mexico property could change hands by 2016

Group Advocates Guns in Schools

AZ organization likely to push legislation in 2013

A parvovirus outbreak in Pima County

When the 'Bach' is Better than the Bite

Pima Animal Care Center plays classical music to soothe pets

What We Can Learn from Lincoln

Bill Moyers talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning screenwriter Tony Kushner on what we still can learn from Lincoln. Friday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

John Kyl reflects about his years in the senate and what he feels may be necessary for the nation to move forward in a more bi-partisan way.

Kyl Honored on Senate Floor

Colleague McCain praises him as 'senator's senator'

Arizona legislative districts, as drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission in 2011.

Commission: Hold Redistricting Challenge

Panel asks for no federal court action until state court acts

Snow on the upper reaches of the Santa Catalina Mountains, after a recent winter storm.

AZ Gets More Rain, Snow

West-to-east storm drops up to 4 inches in Flagstaff

Hollywood at Home: No Time for Sergeants

A naïve Georgia farm boy joins the peacetime Air Force and causes complete chaos as he adjusts military life. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Ross Zimmerman, father of Gabe Zimmerman, joins members of the January 8th Memorial Foundation to discuss plans for the second anniversary of the Jan. 8, 2011 shooting that killed his son.

Events Scheduled to Remember 2011 Shooting

Second anniversary prompts grant awards, long-term planning

Az Illustrated: Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012

Helping vets with 'war at home,' sueviving Pearl Harbor, more

Dan Ranieri, PhD, is president and CEO of La Frontera Arizona, a new community-based, grant-funded project called Rally Point which is hoping to help win what they are calling "the war at home" regarding suicide among American veterans.

Helping Veterans Win 'War at Home'

New campaign - Rally Point - focuses on crisis situations

Use of $6M in Drug Settlement Up for Review

Legislators will look at attorney general's plan, including mental health support

New Calls For Gun Control Follow Shooting

Legal expert says new legislation unnecessary, enforcement more important

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