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FDA Prioritizes UA Tests for Possible Valley Fever Cure

Fast tracking Nikkomycin Z will speedy clinical trials, putting drug on market.

Health Care debate

AHCCCS Limiting Distribution of Hepatitis C Medication

State Medicaid program says new drug costs taxpayers between $80-$150K; restricting what patients can get it.

Pima County Attorney Launches Wrongful Convictions Unit

Regretful that innocent men, women are stripped of freedom for crimes they didn't commit, program head says.

Healthcare Reform Remains a Top Issue in CD1

Democratic incumbent Kirkpatrick says Obamacare has benefited rural areas; Republican Tobin says it's bankrupting state.

Manzo Elementary Teacher Collaborates with UA, Expands Agriculture Ed in TUSD

Motivated teacher is taking on additional roles at Tucson Unified, working with 3 University of Arizona colleges.

Native American Cancer Prevention Program Gets $13M Grant

UA, NAU is using money to continue research work, will expand it for another five years.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

Tucson Considers Bike Sharing Program

Would allow people to temporarily borrow publicly owned bicycles; cities seeks public comment today.

Next Governor Could Come Down to Votes for Third-Party Candidate

Support for Libertarian Hess may make a difference in close race between Republican Ducey, Democrat DuVal.

San Pedro River

Lab Results: No Mine Contamination in San Pedro River

Results from water samples taken by ADEQ were normal after scare of possible toxic spill last week.

No Decision on Whether Navajo Presidential Candidate OK to Run

A tribe hearing officer says process will continue Monday; Deschene testifying on his ability to speak language.

Randy Claxton, LCSW, behavioral health therapist at the Bridges Geropsychiatric Program at Carondelet St. Mary’s Hospital, discusses mental health challenges facing older adults, and a new program that offers struggling elders a helping hand.

Tucson Organization Launches Natl Campaign for Mental Health

Organizers want to spark conversation using text messages; specifically targeting young people.

AZ WEEK: 'Many Young Voters Disillusioned, Need Encouragement to Vote'

National political commentator is here with group to engage with UA students, reinforce importance of youth's involvement in politics.

Groups Make Last Push to Register Latino Voters

Mi Familia Vota will be out in full force this weekend making sure Hispanic community engages.

1/17/13 Nicolina Patin. People sitting on benches at festival enjoying the sunny day.

US Census Chooses Maricopa County for 2015 Test of Counting Tactics

Savannah, Ga. will also be site to prepare for 2010 national headcount; trying to study new approaches.

Today is Deadline to Register to Vote for November Elections

Pima County Recorder's Office holding special drive-up registration events for last-minute paperwork.

METRO WEEK: CD1's Kirkpatrick, Tobin Differ on Funding Priorities

Immigration, state, federal budget, party allegiance among differences in Northern Tucson-metro district.

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