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Thursday, January 6, 2011

In today's Arizona Republic...

FRONT PAGE:
Southwest Airlines dramatically changes its frequent-flier program, adding international flights and vacation packages, and removing blackout dates.  Points will now be based on the fare paid rather than a flat credit for each one-way flight.

VALLEY & STATE
Flu cases in the state are growing and a Cochise County child has become the first pediatric death.  Of the 1,102 confirmed cases since the season began in September, 355 were reported last week.  It's never too late to get your flu shot according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.

BUSINESS
Starbucks gets a new logo, dropping its name from the sea-nymph symbol while giving the once bare-breasted siren a few subtle updates.

ARIZONA LIVING
Find out why three potential mega-hit movies - "The Tourist," "How Do You Know," and "Gulliver's Travels" - are underperforming despite big stars and tried-and-true formulas.

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