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Holidays Can be Jolly - and Toxic

Professionals who deal with poison encourage awareness

Gabriel's Angels provides pet therapy for at-risk children

Make a Child - and a Pet - Happy for Holidays

Pima Animal Care Center adoption specials now on offer

A sign for The Rogue Theatre company.

Local Theatrical Group Recognized

Rogue Theatre recipient of prestigious arts award

A parvovirus outbreak in Pima County

When the 'Bach' is Better than the Bite

Pima Animal Care Center plays classical music to soothe pets

Ross Zimmerman, father of Gabe Zimmerman, joins members of the January 8th Memorial Foundation to discuss plans for the second anniversary of the Jan. 8, 2011 shooting that killed his son.

Events Scheduled to Remember 2011 Shooting

Second anniversary prompts grant awards, long-term planning

New Calls For Gun Control Follow Shooting

Legal expert says new legislation unnecessary, enforcement more important

Keith Boesen, PharmD and medical director of the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center at UAs College of Pharmacy, speaks about some of the dangers during the holiday season, to include toys, medicines and plants.

Another Potential Holiday Hazard

Poison control experts recommend caution and awareness

Jennifer Fout , crisis clinician of Southern Arizona Mental Health Corporation, discusses how people here in Tucson can relate to the catastrophic actions of a heavily armed man last Friday in Connecticut.

Mental Health Officials on Alert in Old Pueblo

Tucson police increase school area patrols after Conn. shooting spree

Grijalva: 'Absolutists' Derail Gun Control

Congressman says time to talk has passed; action needed

State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona

Political Roundtable: Friday, Dec. 14, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads discussion of the week's political news

Tucson City Hall

Another Election Cycle To Start Soon

3 of 6 Tucson City Council seats up for grabs next year

Amber Norgaard, singer/songwriter, discusses how the work done by this non-profit organization has inspired her to dedicate a song in the Wildlife Center's honor.

Songwriter Sings Tucson Wildlife Center's Praises

Local artist celebrates center's mission to care for injured wildlife in song

Science Teacher Recognized with State Award

Southern Arizona teacher Lynn Mitts named New Science Teacher of the Year

Arizona to Offer Bar Exam to Third-Year Law Students

Preliminary offering is option for students who adjust third-year curriculum

Deitrich Dianne Benjamin a certified personal trainer and owner of Stand Firm Personal Training has won many awards in bodybuilding and fitness competitions and encourages others to get involved with a can do attitude.

Trim and Fit in the New Year

Award-winning trainer recommends one step at a time

Using 'Cloud' to Access Digital Medical Records

Local company joins growing list of providers storing information on Web

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