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UA-Based Clinic Helps Patients Who Have Lost Hope

Dubbed the “Clinic of Hope” by many, the Disability Assessment Research Clinic at the University of Arizona is a place where patients with chronic illness often end up as a last resort, as they feel they’re losing controls of their lives.

Commercial Real Estate bottoms out, follows national trend.

Empty storefronts line Tucson's most traveled corridors, but experts believe recovery is coming.

Horseshoe Fire Continues to Burn

The “Horseshoe Fire,” burning five miles west of the Arizona Town of Portal, continues to burn and is expected to take a few more weeks to contain.

Political Focus - Brewer White House Dustup

Governor Jan Brewer is angry with the White House about how she learned that Arizona is being sued over SB 1070

Refugees in Tucson: Lives as Immigrants Contribute to Our Community.

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.

"Beat the Peak" Water Conservation Program Underway

Tucson Water has kicked of its annual "Beat the Peak" water conservation campaign, but the message for 2010 goes beyond the typical focus of reducing summertime water use.

Solar Energy and Water Concerns

Solar energy is a natural for Arizona, but is there a drawback? Some people say generating power from the sun can use too much water and Arizona can't afford that.

Political Conversations - Governor Jan Brewer

Governor Jan Brewer has been in office about 18 months and two topics have dominated the state's political landscape during that time: the budget and immigration.

Supreme Court Puts Clean Elections on Hold

The nation's highest court has issued a ruling keeping the state from distributing matching funds to Clean Elections candidates.

White House Border Meeting

Governor Brewer sits down with the President

Sales-Tax Hike for Arizona?

Proposition 100 Debate: The Pro and Con of the Sales Tax Hike Proposal

Arizona Daily Star Photographers

Luis Carrión talks with two photographers at the "Arizona Daily Star," to find out about their work in the rapidly-changing landscape of the news industry.

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