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Apr. 17, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, identity theft never takes a break. The number of cases is on the rise, and we'll explain what you can do to prevent it. Plus, do you have prescription medication lying around your house? There's a program that takes unwanted pills out of your cabinets and in a safe way. Watch video

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Apr. 16, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, authorities busted 16 homes for illegal drug activity. We have the latest on how it unfolded. Plus, one valley woman ends her hunger strike after more than a week of no food. And, a local teacher is giving blind students a firmer grasp on science. Watch video

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Apr. 15, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, e-cigarettes might be a smoking alternative, but one Arizona county wants to ban them. Plus, if you're sick of seeing kids and mobile devices, find out which library is encouraging it! And, we take an in depth look into the lasting effects of child abuse in our state. Watch video

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Apr. 14, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, Arizona's legislative session is winding down, we'll fill you in on why Democrats think it wasn't as productive as it could have been. Plus, hundreds of master keys to buildings around the Valley are missing. And, some people are benefiting from medical marijuana but it's a different story for their pets. Watch video

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Apr. 10, 2014
Today on NewsWatch, one local woman is helping elders stay out of care facilities. Plus, a valley man turns to the arts to keep the memories of a dark period in history alive. And, what one cafe is doing to keep people off the streets. Watch video

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Apr. 9, 2014
Today on Cronkite NewsWatch, abortion is a topic of heated debate, and a new bill is stirring the controversy between violation of privacy and keeping people safe. Plus, entrepreneurs across Arizona are concerned that some major companies could have enormous power over their computers, which could impact business. And, a new way to give back to the community- a 24 hour online campaign is giving charities a new way to find donors. Watch video

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