The Arizona Project

Friday, June 02, 2006

Transcript

Journalists have long been among the casualties of foreign wars, and Iraq is no exception. But we’re less accustomed to reporters dying in the line of duty here at home. Which may be why the death of The Arizona Republic’s Don Bolles still resonates. He was covering organized crime when his car exploded in Phoenix 30 years ago last week. KJZZ’s Steve Goldstein reports on the Arizona Project, a collaboration of dozens of reporters who converged upon Phoenix to finish Bolles’ work.

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