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Pima, AZ Might Be Due for Next Whooping Cough Outbreak

It's been 3 years since the last one; they occur in a 3 to 5 year cycle, a disease specialist says.

Arizona 4-H Celebrates 100 Years, Brings New Programs

Centennial anniversary marks traditional and contemporary programs teaching students life skills.

Tohoho O'odham Nation Used as Model For Tribal Governance

The Southern Arizona nation has a structure other tribes can learn from; is part of a course at the UA that shares information about such structure.

Health Exchanges Open to Uninsured Arizonans Until 2014

Enrollment for Obamacare health care began Tuesday; there are bout 1 million residents without coverage who qualify.

Federal Judge Orders Monitor to Oversee Arpaio, Sheriff's Office

Amid findings that office engages in racial profiling, judge wants to ensure they comply with constitutional requirements.

Report: AZ Public Service Shouldn't Change Solar Power Rates

APS wants to change rates by either dropping it down to what commercial solar producers get, or charging residential solar customers a fee between $50, $100.

The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

Govt Shutdown Affecting Immigration Issues

Two-thirds of nation's courts handling such issues are closed or working strictly limited schedules.

Do to the change in testing students, success emerged in the Vail School District as they are now the top-rated, multi-school district in the State of Arizona according to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

Number of Homeless Children of Deportees Growing

Nonprofit helping teens says 50% more are offspring of people sent to home countries as undocumented.

Acclaimed Fusion Percussion Band Red Baraat Coming to Tucson

A Q&A with Sunny Jain, who DownBeat magazine describes as a rising star of the percussion world.

Feature on how babies learn language. Researchers at the University of Arizona have tested thousands of babies at the Tweety Lab and have discovered children are not necessarily "sponges" soaking up everything they can learn but are actually quite selective.

WIC in Pima County Funded Through October

Federal shutdown isn't affecting the Women, Infant and Children program yet, which reaches more than 300,000 people in AZ per year.

UA Launches Campaign to Raise Money for Old Main Renovation

Goal: $13.5 million for project that began in January to fix oldest building on campus, erected in 1891.

AZ Court: Grants for Parents of Disabled Students Constitutional

State Court of Appeals' decision upholds 2012 ruling that parents have discretion on how to use vouchers.

Student Arrested in Gun Incident Near Midtown Tucson School

Catalina High on morning lockdown; all students, staff reported safe, and weapon found, police report.

Psychological Treatment Could Help Breast Cancer Survivors

Emotional, social aspects of healing provide physicians with powerful ally; AZ Cancer Center incorporating methods.

New Procedure Aids Doctors Unblock Arteries of PAD Patients

Peripheral artery disease is a serious illness in which plaque buildup blocks blood flow in arteries away from the heart.

UA Researchers Discover How Nerve Cells Make Connections

This is an important step towards curing conditions like spinal cord injuries and Alzheimer's.

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