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ACLU Challenges Arizona's Latest Abortion Limit

Says doctors will be required to provide inaccurate information to patients if law enacted in July.

Betty Halvorson receiving one of her regular blood transfusions.

Blood Donations Decline with Summer, Need Remains

'100 Days of Summer, 100 Days of Hope' launched by Red Cross to increase supplies.

'Operation Chill Out' Starts for Tucson's Homeless

The Salvation Army of Tucson going to parks to hand out water, hats, sunscreen.

The sun sets in the Arizona desert wilderness.

Feeling Ill? 104-Degree High, Ongoing Heat May Be Reason

Pima County health officials warn of dangers of extreme temperatures with summer upon us.

Greg Cogoli donates platelets at the American Red Cross, Tucson.

Giving Blood

Learn about the importance of blood donations from both sides of the story.

Army veteran Erik Castillo holds a plastic model of his skull. Shrapnel from a bomb blast shattered approximately 40 percent of his skull.

A Veteran's Story

Told he would never recover from his traumatic brain injury, Erik Castillo set out to beat the odds

METRO WEEK: Local Health-Care Systems Changing

Many Tucson-area hospitals partnering with other health care organizations

Arizona Cancer Charities Accused of Scam

Four cancer charities charged in federal court with bilking donors.

UA Researcher Wins $792K Grant for Cancer Study

Pascale Charest seeks causes of breast cancer metastasis and treatment to stop it.

Arizona Spotlight for May 15th, 2015

Truckers compete in state driving championship; visit a class that teaches laughter yoga; Bob Boze Bell talks about Billy the Kid and tall tales from Arizona history; plus the music of Nive Neilsen.

Newly Approved Rattlesnake Anti-Venom Under UA Study

Drug is second OK'd by FDA for treatment; up to 200 Arizonans are bitten each year.

Sunset at Monument Valley, Arizona

Drug Cartels Target Indian Country and Vulnerable People

Addiction high among Native Americans, where unemployment can lead them to drug trade.

Health Officials Seek Higher Child Vaccination Rates

Number of optional exemptions still more than officials recommend for protection.

Homeless man reading near Santa Rita park.

Service Providers Work to End Homelessness in Tucson

Goal: End veterans' homelessness by end of this year, all homelessness by 2017.

Arizona's First "Fisher House" to be Built in Tucson

Home will benefit military service members, veterans and their families.

Community Program Aims to Slow Progression of Dementia

'Elder Care' helps people with memory loss stay physically and mentally active.

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