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Sep. 18, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, the NFL's domestic violence publicity crisis hits home. We're tracking the arizona cardinals' decision in the case of Jonathan Dwyer. Plus, the ACLU released reports critical of the Arizona prison system, and now they have more to add before the upcoming trial against the DOC. And we take an inside look at the efforts to keep young adults from overdoing it as cases of binge drinking are on the rise. Watch video

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Sep. 17, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, we bring you an update on the whistle-blower who brought national attention to the Phoenix VA Hospital. Plus, the ASU police are being equipped with more weapons and later we visit West Valley Hospital to learn how they are using robots to perform surgery. Watch video

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Sep. 16, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, we take a look at how the excess rain and moisture could actually be a good thing for the state of Arizona. Plus, we see how immigrants to the U.S. are dealing with life in America and why the immigration rates for children have dropped. And a local gymnast may be making her way towards the Olympics, we take an inside look on her plans to get on the team. Watch video

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Sep. 15, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, the city prepares for more floods and we look at how you can prepare for this week's storms. Plus, President Obama and others say happy birthday to AmeriCorps. And students in Scottsdale are learning how to avoid concussions in school sports, while more students across the valley are signing up for their school's free and reduced-price lunch program. Watch video

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