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The Homeless Intervention and Prevention Program or HIP is part of the Primavera Foundation. The HIP center is there to provide counseling, resources and guidance to Tucson's homeless population and those who are at risk for becoming homeless.

Latino Spending at $7.3B in Pima County

'All businesses can benefit' as population gains economic influence

Space Shuttle Endeavour Buzzes Tucson

The shuttle passed over the UA and downtown on its way to California

Web Feature: Mental Health Specialty Offers Nurses New Path

College of Nursing specialty aims to fill shortage of mental health care providers

The "Read to a Dog" program at the Pima County public libraries uses therapy dogs as a way to promote literacy among children.

Children Learn to Read, With Dogs as Captive Audience

The “Read to a Dog” program helps kids lose the fear of reading out loud

UA Poetry Center's "Family Days" encourage families to enjoy poetry and language together.

Open House Welcomes Words for All Ages

UA Poetry Center's Family Days invite youth and their families to explore poetry, language arts together

Cochise County Officials Consider Dever’s Replacement

Larry Dever's sudden death leaves officials scrambling to find the next sheriff

Zhao Chen, PhD, a UA professor and director of the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, talks about the upcoming Chinese Culture Festival in Tucson from September 22-30.

Festival To Celebrate Chinese Culture, Language

Week-long Tucson event explores health, music and other aspects of Chinese life

Border Patrol and Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office vehicles blockade the entrance to a dirt road near Peck Canyon Drive and Circulo Jalapa where U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was shot, early Wednesday morning.  Terry, a BORTAC (Border Patrol Tactical Unit) agent, later died from his gunshot wounds.

'Fast, Furious' Report Slams Justice Dept.

14 facing discipline; Atty Gen Holder cleared of wrongdoing

ASU Phoenix Campus Sets Enrollment Mark

Nearly 10,000 in class, increase of 600 from fall 2011

Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever died in a vehicle accident Sept. 18, 2012.

Cochise County Sheriff Killed in Crash

Larry Dever, in office 4 terms, dies when pickup rolls over outside Williams

vitamin D has been called the sunshine vitamin

Local Program Turns Trees into Cash

Trees for Tucson supplies residents with trees that can slash their utility bills

Mary Atkinson is the director of Food and Nutrition Services at Tucson Medical Center and often works with young people on nutrition and fitness issues outside the hospital.

Lifestyle Changes Needed to Avoid Obesity, Dietitian Says

She recommends small, gradual steps in eating, exercise

A Pima county obesity prevention project spent more than $15 million dollars to help communities make healthier lifestyle choices.

Anti-Obesity Funding Ends But Work Continues

'This could be first generation with shorter life-expectancy than parents'

Arizona Illegal Immigration law sparks protests

SB 1070's 'Stop and Check' Goes into Force, Judge Rules

She lifts injunction requiring AZ police to check immigration status

Brewer's European Trade Trip Cost $32K

Half was privately funded, including first-class airfare

Better Reporting Leads to Abortion Rise, State Says

26% increase from 2010 to 2011; electronic filing system cited

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