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Despite the tough economy, some people are taking chances on new businesses and women are a vital part of the entrepreneurs.

AZ Week: Economy, Tax Revenues Slow to Grow

Economists forecast recovery by 2015, one calls for conservative budgeting

Sahuarita Has New Town Manager

Kelly Udall moves from Pinetop-Lakeside

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Cross-Border Killing Elicits Cross-Border Protest

Mexicans, Americans stage joint demonstration at fence in Nogales

Border monitors in the Border Patrol's Nogales communications center.

Obama Seeks 1,600 More Border Agents

Proposed budget also calls for crossing fees, more watch towers

Sunnyside Cuts Another $400K, But Still Short

District has trimmed $3.5M, with goal of $4M for beginning of next school year

Javier Brito and Jamie Jansen, both Iraq War Veterans, are struggling coming home from the battlefield, but Southern Arizona has a program to help veterans recover from their lives.

Legislative Vets Call for Director's Reinstatement

They say his dismissal was overreaction to bad hiring decision

Immigration Reform Rally to Draw Thousands

Arizonans, others in DC to urge passage as bill nears introduction

New Bill Aims to Block Glendale Casino

AZ Rep. Franks introduces proposal to stop Tohono O'Odham Nation

Lifting Chemical Ban Makes Way for Mine

Town of Florence agrees to change, but other challenges remain

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Fed Minimum Wage Would Exceed AZ's

Obama proposes $9 an hour; state is at $7.80

Pima County Suspends TB Screenings

National shortage of testing liquid prompts cutbacks

State representative Ann Kirkpatrick, talks about the recent changes in congress as well as the new found bipartisanship that is happening in the freshman class.

Kirkpatrick: Congress Better 2nd Time Around

In new term after 2-year break, Democrat says bipartisanship now evident

TUSD Board Begins Superintendent Search

Outside firm to screen applicants; Pedicone will stay until replacement hired

Immigration Reform Bill Due This Week

Senate 'Gang of 8' proposal will set off big political debate

Michael Chihak speaks to governor Jan Brewer about some of the timely topics in the state.

Brewer Acts on First Round of Bills

Vetoes measure to punish public workers; agrees to barring some student group fees

AZ Illustrated Politics Episode, April 5, 2013

Roundtable topics: immigration reform, election reform, same-sex unions

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