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We talk to Lee Ryan, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor of Psychology, and Gene Alexander, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor of Psychology, about their work imaging the brain.

Communication Between Cells Weakens with Age, Scientist Says

Carol Barnes of the UA's Department of Psychology explains when getting older people may not retain information as long as before.

We talk to Lee Ryan, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor of Psychology, and Gene Alexander, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor of Psychology, about their work imaging the brain.

UA Researchers: Brain Images to Understand Dementia, Alzheimer's

Identifying factors that determine how well someone ages may help figure out ways to treat, or even prevent, age-related memory impairments.

Woman walking towards Outpatient Psychiatry office.

Stigma Keeps African Americans from Mental Care, Expert Says

The black community has traditionally turned to church and family for help, but therapists say attitudes are starting to change.

Convicted Ex-Congressman Allowed to Remain Free on Bail

Former Arizona Rep. Rick Renzi out of jail as he appeals convictions on public corruption, money laundering charges.

Cafe 54 employee and job coach Peggy Starr, sweeps the front of the cafe before they open their doors for the day.

YWCA Opening Café to Train At-Risk Women for Careers

In the model of Café 54, the Tucson organization hopes job skills translate into life success.

The sun sets in the Arizona desert wilderness.

Wilderness Act Celebrates 50, Its Effects on National Parks Since

Credited with protecting millions of acres of federal land across the U.S.; celebration taking place at Sabino Canyon in Nov.

Tucson Audubon Society makes nests like these to help house native species of birds in sections of Tucson's urban areas.

Local Group Looks Into Nest Boxes to Help Urban Birds

Tucson Audubon Society's pilot project explores whether such would be a good idea for some species, known to use cavities for nests.

Immigration Poll: Equal Number Prioritize Reform, Border Security

First time in years the numbers received equal support; figures come after House Republicans say issue unlikely to progress this year.

Pima County Seeks Input on Future Road Plans

The 2045 Regional Transportation Plan will help determine how county governments plan roadway work for the next 30 years.

Classic Blues Legend Joins BB King On stage Next Week

Tom Walbank is performing Feb. 18 at the Fox Tucson Theatre, B.B. King is headlining.

Expert: PHX Housing Slowdown Could Forecast Tucson Slowdown

ASU study shows sales and availability of housing decreased in late 2013; Phoenix real estate market slow past 2 months.

AZ Week: Sides Weigh in on Bighorn Sheep Controversy

Efforts to return species to Santa Catalinas has wide opposition after lions kill sheep, game agents kill lions.

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AZ Celebrates 102, Tucsonan Gets Award for Cultural Contribution

As Arizona celebrates its birthday, Margret F. Maxwell is honored with recognition for her cultural work in Arizona.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, February 14, 2014

Is it the end for immigration reform for now?; bills in the Arizona Legislature; Attorney General Tom Horne's legal troubles.

3/20/12

Tucson Working to Revive Miracle Mile, Property Owners See Value

In the decades since being the main highway to and through Tucson, street earned a reputation as a den of illicit activity, but things are changing.

The Arizona House of Representatives, in a 2013 floor session.

AZ House Passes Repeal of 2013 Sweeping Elections Law

Legislation aimed to trim the permanent early voting list, as well as make it a crime for voter-outreach groups to turn in ballots.

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