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AZ WEEK: Supreme Court Rulings' Impact on Arizona

Court upholds key part of Affordable Care Act; redistricting decision forthcoming

Arizona Spotlight for June 26, 2015

Eating "Unprocesssed" for a full year; National Independents Week stresses importance of buying local; Chris Dashiell reviews "Desert Bloom" from 1986; and foibles of would-be Arizona outlaws Cyclone Bill & Climax Jim.

126K Arizonans Keep Insurance Subsidies under Ruling

US Supreme Court decides 6-3 in favor of Affordable Care Act help with premiums.

Banner UMC Will Lay Off 'Small Number' of Employees

Organization issues statement without listing exact count among 6,400 workers in Tucson.

New App Aims to Help Avoid Heat-Related Illness

With temperatures soaring, cell phone device provides reading, tips for safety.

An Amish farmer working in his field with a team of horses.

Could Amish Farm Dust Provide Relief from Asthma?

Tucson researchers are seeking clues from rural Indiana communities.

New Arizona Abortion Law Enforcement Delayed

Attorney general will wait for court to sort out case

Rural Hospitals Connecting With TMC Specialists

New alliance helps smaller towns access expertise, improve care

3/20/12

Latino, Black Firefighters at Higher Risk of Cancer

Data from from largest cancer registry in U.S.

We take a look at a Tucson man who says he improved on an existing idea that will help people to quit smoking.

First Year of UA Smoking Ban a 'Success'

The University of Arizona introduced campus-wide restrictions last autumn

AZ WEEK: Third Medical School Coming to Arizona

Mayo Clinic, ASU Team up for 2017 opening; need great for training more physicians.

Preliminary design of tower facade

Sundt of Tucson Will Rebuild Banner-UAMC Hospital

Firm will partner with with DPR Construction on what will be the two companies' seventh joint venture

ACLU Challenges Arizona's Latest Abortion Limit

Says doctors will be required to provide inaccurate information to patients if law enacted in July.

Betty Halvorson receiving one of her regular blood transfusions.

Blood Donations Decline with Summer, Need Remains

'100 Days of Summer, 100 Days of Hope' launched by Red Cross to increase supplies.

'Operation Chill Out' Starts for Tucson's Homeless

The Salvation Army of Tucson going to parks to hand out water, hats, sunscreen.

The sun sets in the Arizona desert wilderness.

Feeling Ill? 104-Degree High, Ongoing Heat May Be Reason

Pima County health officials warn of dangers of extreme temperatures with summer upon us.

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