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Arizona Unemployment Hits 9-Year Low: 4.8%

Statistics show strong signs of economic growth in the state.

State's Nonprofits May Feel Squeeze of Minimum Wage Hike

Groups serving developmentally disabled adults fear they may have to close their doors.

Arizona Opioid-Related Deaths Rise Less Than US Average

Heroin is most commonly abused illicit substance contributing to death in Pima County.

UA Study: Running Benefits Your Body - And Your Brain

Cross country runners may reduce chances of neurodegenerative diseases.

200,000 Arizonans Could Lose Insurance if Obamacare Axed

Trump has said he is willing to keep some parts of the Affordable Care Act.

Supercomputer Helps Neurological Institute Identify Elusive ALS Patterns

Barrow turned to IBM's Watson to process data about the neuromuscular disease.

Mental Health Key to Reducing Pima County Jail Population

Officials focus on screenings, services with $1.5M grant to keep people out of jail.

UA Lecture Series Opens; Focus on Brain, Heart Health

Patients with heart disease may suffer cognitive impairment.

UA Names Interim Health Sciences VP to Replace Garcia

Leigh Neumayer, first female head of UA Surgery Department, will start Jan. 1.

Indian Health Service Funds Preventive Services for Native Youth

$1.4 million slated for combating meth use, suicide.

Brain Cancer Study: Some Tumors More Vulnerable to Traditional Treatments

Common, complex and deadly, old-school methods seem to work better on GBM tumors.

Opportunity and Uncertainty: Mexican Ambassador on Future Relations

Plus, the feasibility of campaign promises, carmaker Lucid coming to Arizona and more.

Mental Health Has Place in 'Cures Act'

The proposal passed by Congress includes provisions from Arizona Rep. McSally.

Border Concerns Extend Beyond Southern Arizona

Plus, the state of mental health in our jails and a proposal to increase the city sales tax.

On World AIDS Day, Pima College Continues Prevention and Awareness

Federally funded grant helps education and prevention efforts.

Healthy Hearts of Hunter-Gatherers Show Value of Exercise

Tanzania's Hadza foragers, and others like them, are around 14 times more active than people in industrialized societies.

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