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Foreclosures Make Up 40% of AZ Home Sales

First-quarter figure down from 2011; average sale price $128,877

A UMC trauma surgeon is working to help patients in a hospital's intensive care unit have a better night's sleep.

AZ to Collect $36M in Insurance Refunds

Affordable Care Act to provide relief for consumers and businesses

Free Meals During Summer Months

Program offers free breakfast and lunch to all children under 18

A Guatemalan migrant is trying to get home to reunite with his family, after traveling north to work across the border in Southern Mexico.

Migrants At Mexico-Guatemala Border Face Health Issues

Similar issues for people migrating north to U.S.-Mexico border

Kate Kenski Ph.D., a professor in the UA Department of Communication, discusses the effectiveness and content of political ads pertaining to the special CD-8 Election.

Political Analyst Decodes CD8 Ads

Campaign ads are filling the mailbox and the airwaves, but how effective are they?

Republican Candidate Jesse Kelly is running to fill the vacancy in Congressional District 8.

Kelly Family Business Gained from Fed Stimulus

Company got $61M in contracts from program CD8 candidate criticized

Getting a Jump Start on Reading

Tucson pediatricians' program gives free books to youngsters

Gov. Brewer Encouraged by German Interest in AZ

Trade mission to show 'Arizona is open for business,' she says


AZ Road, Street Fixes a 'Challenge,' Advocate Says

State takeaways, soft economy leave transportation infrastructure to decay

Crown King Residents Back Home; Fire Slows

Other AZ blazes at or near full containment; danger remains high

Pot Farms Still A Problem On Public Lands

Numbers in AZ parks and forests declining, but remain dangerous issue


AZ Sues Over Mexico Waste Flowing Into U.S.

Untreated industrial wastewater coming through Nogales, say officials

View of Tucson, March 6, 2012

Heat Could Send More Coyotes to Tucson Backyards

Officials say predators may be drawn to water, food near homes

Filming in Bisbee Cemetery Upsets Officials

Council will look at amendment to city rights of way permits

Governor Jan Brewer's new budget relies on cuts to Medicaid, and that may hurt rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona.

Hospitals Spending More to Cover Uninsured Patients

Survey of hospitals shows increase in "charity care"

Rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona may be facing some new challenges. Governor Jan Brewers budget relies on obtaining an exemption from federal rules so she can reduce the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state's Medicaid alternative, and save the state $1.5 billion over the next two years.

AZ Medicaid Copays Challenged by Advocacy Groups

Groups say low-income and childless adults face higher bills

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