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State Drops Foster Child Grant Program

$11.5M from federal government has too many requirements, officials say

Emergency CPS Fund Measure OK'd

$4.4M provided for quick hiring of 50 new caseworkers

Military Suicides Rise; Solutions Sought

Southern Arizona mental health experts work to stem tide

Sharp Rise in AZ Flu Infections Reported

State health department: 1,600 lab-confirmed cases in last week

Health Plan Glitch: Immigrants Over Citizens

Rejecting Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansion holds political peril

Tucson Adding 2 New Bike Boulevards

City will increase routes for cyclists by 12 miles

EPA: AZ 10th for Toxic Chemical Releases

Annual inventory shows most came from copper mines

AZ Week: Expanding Medicaid No Slam Dunk

Governor's plan will meet GOP legislative resistance

Most DUIs in AZ Decline; Drug DUIs Rise

Down 13% overall in 2012, while drug-related cases rose 12%

Doctor examines child

State Softens Foster Home Vaccination

Pediatrician warns it may put children with fragile immunity at risk

Mental Illness

AZ Week: Lifting Stigma of Mental Illness

Societal perceptions can lead to treatment delays

Holidays Can be Jolly - and Toxic

Professionals who deal with poison encourage awareness

Charles L. Raison discuses how emotional states like depression may actually have had a positive influence on the course of human development.

Positive Side of Depression?

New study explores hidden link between depression and immune system

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

Dan Ranieri, PhD, is president and CEO of La Frontera Arizona, a new community-based, grant-funded project called Rally Point which is hoping to help win what they are calling "the war at home" regarding suicide among American veterans.

Helping Veterans Win 'War at Home'

New campaign - Rally Point - focuses on crisis situations

Use of $6M in Drug Settlement Up for Review

Legislators will look at attorney general's plan, including mental health support

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