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Lawmaker: Requiring body cameras for all police officers would build trust

Lawmaker: Requiring body cameras for all police officers would build trust

By Bill Slane

The bill by state Rep. Reginald Bolding, D-Phoenix, would require every peace officer in Arizona to wear a camera that records audio and video while performing duties that are likely to result in a criminal investigation or arrest. It doesn't include money to make it happen.

Super Bowl XLIX Live Blog: Updates from Cronkite News Sports

Super Bowl XLIX Live Blog: Updates from Cronkite News Sports

Cronkite News reporters are tweeting and live-blogging from events leading up to Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1. Be sure to check back for updates during press conferences, practices and Tuesday's Media Day.

Mayors urged to treat heroin as a health, not just a police, problem

Mayors urged to treat heroin as a health, not just a police, problem

A call about a heroin overdose in Mesa used to bring a fire truck first and, later, the police. Now that same call might bring health care workers to the scene instead - an example of a new push to treat drug addiction as a community issue and not just a law enforcement issue.

Bill before Congress would give entrepreneurs citizenship opportunity

Bill before Congress would give entrepreneurs citizenship opportunity

The Startup Act 3.0, introduced this month in the U.S. Senate, would apply to entrepreneurs who meet conditions including employing a set number of workers. It would offer qualifying foreign entrepreneurs visas and a path to citizenship.

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