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AZ Illustrated: Thursday, April 26, 2012

UA President Sander and Honors College, Fusion Fest, Relay for Life and more

Money, Power and Wall Street: Part Two

FRONTLINE probes the story of the big banks — how they developed, how they crashed and whether they still present dangers. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Poll: Arizonans support DREAM Act

73% of registered voters, across party and ethnic spectrum, are in favor


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New AZ Legislative Districts Get Fed OK

Justice Department clears redrawn map for upcoming elections

Governors to Convene on Land Showdown

Western states say they want control of millions of federal acres

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Democratic CD8 candidate Ron Barber, Civic Orchestra concert and more

Tucson Foreclosure Rate Improves

Old Pueblo ranks 42nd, compared with 9th for Phoenix

With Mental Health Services Lost, Families Bear the Burden

Mental health budget cuts leave Arizona agencies, community centers and patients struggling

Feds' Anti-SB1070 Case: 'Not Selling Very Well'

Justices scrutinize parts of AZ law in fed vs. state sovereignty fight

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, April 24, 2012

SB1070 and Latino voters, National Crime Victims' Rights week, mariachi and more

Hollywood at Home: The French Lieutenant's Woman

The relationship of two actors in a movie production parallels that of the Victorian characters they are portraying. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

AZ Illustrated: Monday, April 23, 2012

SB 1070 and racial profiling, Tucson honors its teachers and more

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