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Measles at Eloy Detention Center Close Immigration Court
40% of staff members won't get vaccinated or show proof of vaccination, health official says.
'The Fight of Her Life:' Young Mom Takes on Chemotherapy
Update on story of Douglas mother of four undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
The Owl & Panther Project Supports Tucson Refugees of Torture
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Arizona woman faces death on her own terms; Legal and emotional issues surrounding choosing to die.
Choosing Death Over Dying: One Arizona Family's Story
Family members call on state to legalize a patient's right to die on own terms.
Tucsonan Runs to Phoenix - Literally - for Cancer Research
He makes 125-mile trek in two nights, raises $2,000; next goal: Boston Marathon.
Health Officials: Zika Case in Pima County, But No Danger
Patient had traveled in Caribbean, has recovered; chances 'low' of contracting virus.
Crisis Line Available For Support in Shooting Aftermath
Mental health crisis can develop after Orlando shooting, like events; Cenpatico has resources.
On Pima County Streets: Is One Traffic Death Too Many?
Why do traffic crashes and the casualties from them remain a persistent problem?
Traffic Crashes, Deaths Rise on Arizona Roadways in 2015
Alcohol, speeding and failure to wear seat belts all contribute to rise in fatalities.
Pinal County Measles Cases Have Health Officials Watching
11 cases reported in recent weeks linked to Eloy immigrant center.
Ground Broken for New University Hospital Tower
Banner commits hundreds of millions for construction, research.
Woman Fights for Mental Health Care in Rural Arizona
Sheri George wages war against health care provider shortage in rural communities.
One Woman's Fight for Mental Health Care in Rural Arizona
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The vote on Prop 123; help for women entrepreneurs in Tucson; and a dream fulfilled after four decades of ambition.
Mosquito Season Brings Worry of West Nile More Than Zika
Health officials say West Nile Virus is a danger in Arizona; 7 deaths last year.
Pima County Uninsured Rate Dropped in 2014
Census Bureau reports percentage of uninsured working-age people lowest since 2006.
Douglas Mom Prepares for the 'Fight of Her Life'
Arizona Week follows the cancer diagnosis of Jaquelin Lamadrid
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