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RoughRider Eases the Way for Wheelchair Users in Mexico

Wheelchair shop in Nogales, Sonora offers wheelchair users an affordable, all-terrain option

3/29/12

Tucson Kids Get Fit

Mayor declares Nov. 15 'K-6 Fitness Day'

Local Experts Explore Indigenous Health Worldwide

Researchers in Tucson are part of an international effort to spread knowledge of indigenous health issues

Roxanne Torres, community outreach liason and volunteer coordinator, and Day Graham, client/student of SAAVI, or Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired, discuss how the program works.

SAAVI Still Serving the Blind, 46 Years After Founding

Innovative courses, technology are transforming the lives of the visually impaired and blind

Kirti Khalsa, MD. and chief operating officer of the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation talks about memory screening.

Screening Aims to Raise Alzheimer's Awareness

Local residents who attend the event can test their memory, learn more about Alzheimer's disease

President & CEO of Pima Council on Aging,  Jim Murphy talks about the PCOA Survey.

Council on Aging Seeks Information

Aim is to help prepare for population growing older.

Going Gluten Free? Try Mesquite

Desert Harvesters teaches Tucsonans new way to eat local

Russell is Pima County Attorney's Office new courthouse dog.

New Courthouse Dog to Help Abused Children

County Attorney's Office to use canine as support tool for young victims

Med Marijuana Goes to Court

Hearing Friday in Phoenix on validity of voter-passed law

Barber Ad On Women's Issues Draws McSally Refute

Ad claims McSally abortion position more conservative than she says

City of Tucson Gets More Than $1M for Courts

Money will go toward domestic violence and veterans programs

ASU Bans Campus Smoking - Outdoors, Too

New rule takes effect August 2013; UA, NAU still allow it outside

Grease and sun used to produce biodiesel

UA to Study Effects of Biodiesel-blend Fuels

Recycled cooking oils, animal fats added to fuels for mining machines

3/29/12

CPS Seeks 200 More Workers

$49M needed to handle growing child welfare caseload

Marian Ahmed harvests tomatoes with the Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Ahmed is a refugee from Somalia who arrived in the U.S. more than eight years ago.

Web Feature: The Gleaners

Iskashitaa refugees find kinship, community in harvesting Tucson’s unwanted food

Samantha Dickens, in her dinning room serving dinner for her and her husband. All these food items were purchased as part of the SNAP challenge.

Tucsonans Tackle Eating on $20 a Week

Participants say they wanted to experience what those receiving federal food assistance do every week

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