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Nov. 25, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, protests continue across the country in response to a Missouri Grand Jury's ruling in the death of Michael Brown. Meanwhile, some police departments are responding by considering arming their officers with cameras, a practice already underway in Arizona. And later, we continue our Access Across Arizona coverage with a trip to Yuma County where Border Patrol is broadening its patrol area. Watch video

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Nov. 24, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, between schedules, studying and homework taking a class on sexual consent may not be a top concern for students, but now ASU is mandating that its students do so. Plus, an iconic Arizona figure who lost the presidential election 50 years ago is still being honored and talked about today. We take you to a celebration of Barry Goldwater's legacy. Then, Black Friday seems to get bigger each year. See what Valley police are doing to keep the chaos under control. Watch video

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Nov. 20, 2014
Today on Cronkite News President Obama will announce his plan on immigration in just a few hours possibly giving migrant farm workers across the country something to be thankful for this holiday season. And while some valley leaders eagerly await the President's announcement others feel tackling immigration should be a team effort. Plus after tuesday's big reveal ASU hockey is already preparing for its D1 debut. Watch video

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Nov. 19, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, we have an update on President Obama's plan to tackle immigration reform. Then, medical marijuana users say there is a flaw in the legal system that wrongly criminalizes them. Find out why they are fighting DUI charges. Watch video

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Nov. 18, 2014
Today on Cronkite News, after an Ebola scare and a three week quarantine one Maricopa County detention officer returns to work. Plus, residents of a Southern Arizona town say law enforcement is crossing the border of professional behavior. And with cooler temperatures upon us, Arizona Snowbowl fires up its snow making machines to bring Winter to Flagstaff. Watch video

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