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(Left) Sean Hahn is a realtor in Phoenix. (Right) Adriana Rodriguez is a former homeowner. Caitlin O'Hara for NPR hide caption

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10 Years After Housing Crisis: A Realtor, A Renter, Starting Over, Staying Put

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The digital marquee outside Highland Arts Elementary School in Mesa, Ariz., seen at the start of class Wednesday, warns of the effects of the teacher walkout on Thursday. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Democratic candidate Hiral Tipirneni campaigns in Arizona's 8th Congressional District northwest of Phoenix. Tipirneni faces Republican Debbie Lesko in a special election next week. Bret Jaspers/KJZZ hide caption

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Supporters of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals protest in Arizona shortly after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the program would be suspended. Matt York/AP hide caption

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This image made from video of a mounted camera provided by the Tempe Police Department shows an exterior view moments before an Uber SUV hit a woman on Sunday in Tempe, Ariz. AP hide caption

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Earlier this year, the James Beard Foundation named El G├╝ero Canelo an America's Classic, the organization's version of a Hall of Fame award for restaurants. The eatery is most famous for its Sonoran hot dogs, wrapped in bacon, covered in Mexican cream and pinto beans, and placed in a French roll. Gustavo Arellano hide caption

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Gary Nabhan holds white tepary beans grown at his home in Patagonia, Ariz. Nabhan believes that drought-tolerant teparies could become a solution for growing food in a hotter and drier Arizona. Mariana Dale/KJZZ hide caption

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Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio speaks during a Donald Trump campaign rally on Aug. 31, 2016 in Phoenix, Ariz. Ralph Freso/Getty Images hide caption

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'Deport Them': Arpaio Departs From Trump On DACA Recipients

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Phoenix residents Laurie Provost (left), 53, and Maddie Adelman, 50, have watched their city become increasingly welcoming toward the LGBTQ community over the last two decades, even as their state has kept in place anti-LGBTQ policies and laws. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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In Arizona, Advocating For The LGBTQ Community Starts In Local Politics

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Diane Brown, executive director of the Arizona Public Interest Research Group, talks to college students about the benefits of buying health coverage on the exchanges. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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With ACA Plans A Tougher Sell, Insurers Bring On The Puppies

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