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UpClose with Lauren Kingry

Lauren Kingry was looking for a way to make some money while attending Friends University in Wichita, Kan., where he took a job working as a mail boy in a family-owned bank. He had no idea it would be the beginning of a four-decade career in banking, leading to a position overseeing the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions, the regulating agency for 3,800 businesses across the state.

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Could you pass the syrup and not run for CD3?

Steve Moak said Dan Quayle tried to talk him out of the CD3 race, presumably to clear the path for Quayle's son, Ben. Moak told our reporter that Quayle made the request over breakfast at a Scottsdale resort earlier this year, and even encouraged him to run for something a little lower down the totem pole.

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Giving time over money (access required)

Joe Kachuroi, a 42-year-old commercial land developer who has been volunteering for 20 years, including through Phoenix Volunteers for the past six months, writes pricing labels for donated books during an event at nonprofit organization Treasures4Teachers.

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