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First Compassion Training in Southwest, Links to Health Found

Cognitively-based compassion training is a secular technique that draws from lojong, a mind training practice in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism.

Center Responds to Possible Worsening of Global Warming

A U.N. weather agency says there may be irreversible damage to the planet; a new Tucson center drafting plans for how people could survive.

We learn about the health risks for children with IBD, we speak with Fayez Ghisham, M.D. Director of the Steele Children's Research Center.

Medical Findings Could Protect IBD Patients from Bone Loss

New discovery by research team led by UA doctor makes the link between inflammatory bowel disease and osteoporosis.

Prickly Park Showcases Variety of Vegetation in Sonoran Desert

Located near West River Road and North Camino del la Tierra, the park is home to almost 3,000 native and non-native plants.

We speak to Colin Waite, Director of the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning, and Joan Gilbert, Coordinator at the Regional Science Center of TUSD, about the Cooper Center's 50th anniversary

Cooper Center Turns 50, Has Gotten Kids Closer to Nature

Center began in the 1960s as a living laboratory for TUSD, has morphed into a cooperative effort with the UA's College of Education.

IRS Spokesman: Big Life Changes Mean Big Tax Changes

Such as buying a house, getting married or having a child can radically alter how a person files.

An old, broken down ironwood tree.

Locals Explore Ironwood Forest Natl Monument

Located in Tucson, place named after trees native to the area; executive director recommends people to visit.

Local Organizations Make Final Push Going Into ACA Deadline

Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Acts' health insurance exchange ends March 31.

Clintons, McCains Participate in Conference at ASU

7th annual Clinton Global Initiative University features students who commit to service projects addressing global problems.

Pima Community College Downtown Campus.

PCC Temporarily Banned from Enrolling Vets

At least until college fixes Dept. of Veterans Services allegations that it had a poor record-keeping practice for students with that status.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, March 21, 2014

State Legislature may have budget by end of session; Pima wants $22M approved for new animal care center; Common Core implementation.

ADOT Proposing Tucson to PHX Passenger Train

Arizona Dept. of Transportation wants public comment on possible routes; agency says still has a ways to go to make it a reality.

BIll Would Allow Livestock Owners to Shoot Fed Protected Wolves

Arizona Senate committee approved legislation that would grant ranchers permission to kill Mexican gray wolves if they prey on their animals.

Tucson Pursuing Two More Annexations

City attempting to fill in pockets of unincorporated areas and increase revenue; pursue adding 150 homes near I-10 and Valencia in next few weeks.

UA Professors Traces Origins of Flu

For years wild migratory birds have been considered a source of all flu viruses, but his research finds differently.

Arizona's Scenic Contribution to Movie, Television History

New book explores how Southern Arizona's landscapes became iconic representations of the American West.

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