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Lower Costs, Improved Health Care See Progress in Tucson

Plus: update from Caterpillar; what's next for ITT Tech students; teens in government.

Eileen Klein, president of the Arizona Board of Regents.

Regents Will Hire Expert to Review UA Health Sciences

'Comprehensive' review to start as soon as possible; UA President Hart happy with decision.

Marian Lupu, founder of Pima Council on Aging, Dies at 91

Group built a range of services for older adults with Lupu at the helm.

SynCardia Official: Tucson Operations Expected to Continue

Artificial heart manufacturer went through bankruptcy, sale in July.

UA Phoenix Med School Under Regents' Scrutiny

Board will hold meetings to review medical community complaints.

Cancer therapies

UA Cancer Center's Top Federal Status Renewed with Grant

$17.6 million from National Cancer Institute funds core research.

Lawsuit: State Improperly Reduces Immigrant Health Care

Up to 3,500 refugees, asylum seekers and immigrant crime victims may be affected.

Three in Tucson Poisoned by Mercury in Skin Cream

Product came from Mexico; health officials warn consumers to take precautions.

"The King of Sting" Talks Arizona Insects

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The future of "Right to Try" for the terminally ill; Tucson street names often stir debate; the swingin' nighlife of Arizona's bats.

The Owl & Panther Project Supports Tucson Refugees of Torture

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Arizona woman faces death on her own terms; Legal and emotional issues surrounding choosing to die.

Tucson-to-Phoenix runner Geoff Schmidt.

Tucsonan Runs to Phoenix - Literally - for Cancer Research

He makes 125-mile trek in two nights, raises $2,000; next goal: Boston Marathon.

Prepare for Mosquitoes in Pima County, Health Officials Say

Monsoon provides breeding ground, potential for west Nile, dengue fever infections.

Crisis Line Available For Support in Shooting Aftermath

Mental health crisis can develop after Orlando shooting, like events; Cenpatico has resources.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

On Pima County Streets: Is One Traffic Death Too Many?

Why do traffic crashes and the casualties from them remain a persistent problem?

Traffic Crashes, Deaths Rise on Arizona Roadways in 2015

Alcohol, speeding and failure to wear seat belts all contribute to rise in fatalities.

One Woman's Fight for Mental Health Care in Rural Arizona

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The vote on Prop 123; help for women entrepreneurs in Tucson; and a dream fulfilled after four decades of ambition.

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